Generative art refers to artworks which have fully or partly been created with the use of an autonomous (non-human) system and which are determined by algorithms. They usually appear in conventional forms of art, such as poems or animated visuals, and can either operate autonomously or incorporate inputs from a user or the environment.
Motion Design sets images in motion through the use of animation or film techniques. The output is video content created with methods of 2D / 3D animation, motion graphics, stop motion and filming.
Real-time computer graphics are 2D or 3D images and videos produced in real time, using a GPU. Real-time output enables interactivity and allows to create generative content.
Set Design is the art of creating the ideal setup to enhance the stage performance. Complex setups and installations integrating different technologies like projection mapping, LED walls, multi-channel video-systems, lights and lasers expand the conventional area of stage design to a unique experience for the audience.
Visual Event Design refers to the process of creating an ambience for different events by using visuals and lighting. These visuals represent a brand, message or theme and usually combine modern event lighting with experimental lighting and projection technologies, such as projection mapping or LED setups.