If you are not on our list of participants yet (you should have received a confirmatory email from someone of the organization) but you do want to participate, make sure to send us an email or fill out the online form. Please let us know which gear you bring so we can connect you and put you on the list for free entrance!]]>
SHARE is an audiovisual jam session for media artists and technicians. Display your unfinished projects, meet other geeks and show off your audiovisual skills. We’re hosted by the Sugar Factory, well known in and outside Amsterdam for keeping up with the latest artistic and technological developments. This time, SHARE cooperates with 365Mag music magazine and the Miko club night. Prepare for installations, nice people, workshops, djs, vjs, talks, intriguing techniques and never-seen-before hardware and software.
For a more detailed program visit shareamsterdam.com.
Entrance fee: free for participants who register in advance, regular fee (€ 5,- ) otherwise. Please register before October 19th via info [ a t ] shareamsterdam.com or the online form describing which gear you’ll bring to make sure we can connect you. You’ll get a SHARE wristband that allows full access to the day and night program.
Finally, if there is something you would like to demonstrate or present during the workshops session, let us know! Please contact us at least a week in advance.
Location: Google Maps
More info: shareamsterdam.com, sugarfactory.nl, share.dj
Sorry, missed this one in the last series of posts. Share went on for hours after the official closing time, this is an impression of the ambiance.]]>
We weren’t able to collect most of the work made on the event. If you were there and you have some work to share, please let us know via email@example.com]]>
VJ-ing Max5 interface, wacom tablets controling video, 8bit style graphics, demo scene videos, live animation setups, insanely fast opengl programs complied live - it was quite fun!]]>
Atmosphere during the dinner where you can have a short glimpse of Cenk’s secret skills!]]>
An excerpt from the workshop by Nenad Popov(nesa) showing tricks for creating video feedback effects in OpenGL using Cycling’74 Jitter]]>