François Zajéga

Here is a list of contents in which François Zajéga appear.

Activities

2017

Following up to our introduction to 3D modeling in February/March, we organise a more advanced workshop on Blender for 3D printing. During these two Saturday afternoons we will be exploring tools and techniques for parametric and generative design.

2017

Blender is a powerful, free and open source 3D modeling software, used for animation, video games, data visualisation or designing objects for digital fabrication. Join us during these two afternoons, and let's discover the basics and possibilities of Blender!

2016

Join us for an inspiring summer under the digital sun and discover programming, physical computing, digital fabrication, 3D-modeling and more!

2016

"I don’t know where this is going" is the second part of Iterations, a project investigating the future of collaborative artistic practices in a technologically networked context. The exhibition presents a collective installation by Pascale Barret (BE/FR), Miriam Raggam (AT), Claire Williams (BE/FR), François Zajega (BE), Julien Deswaef (USA/BE) and Annie Abrahams (NL/FR).

2016

Blender is a powerful, free and open source 3D modelling software, used for animation, video games, data visualisation or designing objects for digital fabrication. Join us during these two afternoons, and let's discover the basics and possibilities of Blender!

2016

For this 13th edition of the DorkbotBRU, we’ve invited Lionel Maes, Romain Marula + Ivan Murit and François Zajéga to share with us their ongoing projects and/or experiments.

2015 - 2016

"Tanukis" researches the possibility of an emotive relationship between a human and a virtual avatar. This project will be developed in 3 different forms: a performance, an installation and an art game. During his residency at iMAL from December 23 2015 until January 15 2016, François Zajega will work on the installation version.

News

iMAL is pleased to host the next Blender-Brussels workshop on 22 November! This masterclass will be dedicated to using Blender for the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.

The Blender-Brussels is a series of monthly free and open workshops dedicated to Python creative coding using Blender. Started by François Zajéga and Julien...