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Sunday, May 21 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Synthesis of Abstract Visuals Using Lasers FULL

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This workshop will focus on the use of laser projectors for generating abstract visuals using Maxwell, a Laser Synthesizer / Lissajous curve generator application developed by Johnny Turpin. The workshop will include discussions on the challenges and limitations of laser output, different approaches for abstract generation, and several hands-on workstations where participants will be able to twiddle some knobs and enjoy the immediate results of beautiful geometric images drawn by lasers.

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Johnny Turpin

Polymorphic Ranch
Johnny Turpin is a multidimensional engineer, tinkerer, musician and visual artist currently residing in his home state of North Carolina. After graduating from NCSU’s college of engineering, he decided to explore life in Silicon Valley, working as a hardware engineer at Apple Inc... Read More →

Sunday May 21, 2017 3:00pm - 4:30pm EDT
Art Institute Room 219