Kevin Kripper (Buenos Aires, 1991) is a generative artist whose work addresses a wide variety of topics, technologies and aesthetics. Some of these works have been exhibited and awarded at both art and science festivals. Since 2012 he has been developing digital tools that expand the creative possibilities of experimental artists from all over the world. His best-known development is Vsynth, a lab for modular video synthesis, image processing and video-tool design inspired by the culture of the late 60’s where artists, engineers and programmers worked together co-creating technologies to liberate the spirit.
Vector-synthesis add-on for the Vsynth Package.
Vsynth is a lab for modular video synthesis, image processing and video-tool design shared as a free expansion package for Max/MSP/Jitter. Designed and developed by Kevin Kripper, this tool has been used and supported by artists, educators and researchers around the globe. In this talk, Kevin will give a walkthrough of an unreleased set of high level modules that expand the universe of Vsynth into the vector-synthesis realm.