This was made for a Promise warehouse party in Toronto on Halloween a few years ago. Three projectors were around the venue, projecting on various fuzzy surfaces, with a common theme. Each projector/surface had a visual feed customized for it, with all three projections sharing common elements, combined differently.
One or two people at a time controlled the user interface with touch screen and MIDI device, with 10+ people through the night trying their hand at it as it was easy to learn all the tricks.
I didn't release this back when I recorded it because it was un-polished, but what the heck, it's a good example of an application built in TouchDesigner for one event/venue/purpose, and shows how I tend to put things together and build user interfaces.
Today now that TouchDesigner 088 is out, the scripting and math expressions would done in python, but the methods of design and interaction would be the same.
The TotemBuddy icons were created by Isabelle Rousset, and with whom the shadow videos were co-shot and the color pairs were sampled from sumo referees' kimonos. Video production was with Brian Moore.
Sorry about the audio drop from 51:00 to 1:00:00, and for some of the re-takes that were not edited out!