In this second part of Vertkøykassen, we will look at several ways you can use face recognition. We will take one step further from the first part, where we learned to set up openFrameworks and the add-onxFaceTracker2 that does face recognition. It is recommended that you attended the first part or have experience with Xcode and programming.
openFrameworks is a creative tool consisting of C ++ libraries with open source code such as openGL (Graphic Language) and openCV (Computer Vision). openFrameworks is designed designed to assist the creative process by providing a simple and intuitive framework for experimentation. With the add-on ofxFaceTracker2 one can doe face recognition.
Xcode should be pre-installed on your computer and ready to use when the workshop starts.
Time: 8 April 11.00-15.00
Place: The workshop will take place digitally, and you will receive a Zoom link when registering.
Sign-up via this form. Places are limited and offered on a first come, first served basis.
Verktøykassen is a free event, open to all and will be held in Norwegian and/or English as appropriate.
Verktøykassen (the Toolbox) at BEK is a space to learn and try out technical tools, both hardware and software. Sessions are hands-on, highly interactive and open to people with different levels of experience. Verktøykassen takes place regularly, with a different theme each time. Participants are invited to share ideas or questions with the group, which is led by game developer and programmer Stian Remvik.
About Stian Remvik
Stian Remvik is an app, website, data animation and games designer and developer who has worked as an associate of BEK since 2013. He graduated with a BA in Visual Communication from the Bergen Academy of Arts and Design (2010) and has built his knowledge and experience of programming and implementing technical solutions in artistic projects through his involvement with BEK. Amongst other, Stian has designed and developed the composition app BITWaves for BIT20 Ensemble, the prototype for the game Sonarc in collaboration with Espen Sommer Eide, and the recent extension of BEK’s website BEK Archive.