Held by a veteran of the field Tim Pietrusky @NERDDISCO.
The full content of the workshop can be found on https://github.com/TimPietrusky/visual-and-light-workshop
A list of suggestions that will make your time at the workshop even more productive:
* Bring a computer
* Check if your computer runs the latest version of these applications:
### Nice to have
The following suggestions are totally optional, so please don't worry if you can't fulfill them:
* Coding experience
* We will help you if you have no idea at all
* MIDI controller that can be connected via USB to the computer
* We will have some spare MIDI controllers for you to use, but if you want to buy one we can recommend the [KORG nanoKONTROL 2](https://www.korg.com/us/products/computergear/nanokontrol2/) because it comes for a reasonable price, is portable & has a lot of buttons, faders and knobs
* [Arduino IDE](https://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/HomePage#install) if you want to put code onto the Arduino (if not then we will do this for you)
### Workshop: 10am to ~ 4pm
* Intro: What are visuals & lights?
* Visualize music with modV
* Control lights with luminave
* Connect modV & luminave with each other
* Outro: How to perform live!
### Party: 10pm to ~ 6am
In the evening after the workshop we will have a party in the same location (super awesome house with a garden in the center of the city) with several DJs playing electronic music. If you want to use the knowledge you gained from the workshop in a live setup, then we are happy to host you. If you just want to relax after a long day, you are also free to do so.
Please take a look at the *preperations* at https://github.com/TimPietrusky/visual-and-light-workshop
None of the above is strictly required but at least a computer with the installed software would make your experience significantly better.
As space is a bit tight make sure you RSVP if you want to make sure you're not left out.
English speaking event.