Under the framework of MIRA 2018, IAAC is offering a workshop for the interested public on the days before this event (Tuesday 6th & Wednesday 7th November). This is a great opportunity to delve into this field with the expert Kyle McDonald, an artist working with code. He creates interactive and immersive audiovisual installations, performances, and new tools for creative exploration. He uses techniques from computer vision, machine learning, networking, and computing to create unusual experiences.
WORKSHOP AT IAAC WITH KYLE MCDONALD02/11/2018
“COMPUTER VISION AND MACHINE LEARNING FOR INTERACTIVE ART”
Computer vision (CV) refers to a broad collection of techniques that allow computers to make intelligent assertions about what’s going on in digital images and video. Interactive art has incorporated techniques from computer vision since the 1970s. In the last five years, machine learning (ML) has played a greater role in related problems like object recognition and image segmentation. This workshop will cover both topics.
Dates & Hours: 6th & 7th November from 10:00h – 18:00h
Workshop Language: English
Four free seats will be awarded to women on a first come basis.