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Posted by: Mónica Mendes in AZ residency Interactive installations PhD research RTiVISS 9 years ago
AZ Labs @ O Espaço do Tempo
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Premiere at the AZ residency's result showcase and exhibition during the month of July 2010 at O Espaço do Tempo.
Concept and Coordination
Team work with
Pedro Ângelo (programming)
Maurício Martins (electronics)
Ricardo Webbens (sound)
Sérgio Ferreira (live broadcasting)
Members of the three Audiência Zero creative labs: LCD, altLab,
@ O Espaço do Tempo
@ O Espaço do Tempo
Professor Nuno Correia
Professor Sílvia Chicó
Posted by: Mónica Mendes in Digital Cinema Digital Media PhD research UT-Austin Portugal Program 9 years ago
+ link to UT Austin wks announcement
Posted by: Mónica Mendes in ACM Multimedia Conferences Interactive installations Networking PhD research Presentations RTiVISS 9 years ago
RTiVISS will travel to Florence in October: 'RTiVISS | Real-Time Video Interactive Systems for Sustainability' – has been accepted as a short paper for ACM Multimedia - Interactive Art Program :)
Already got the reviews, now really looking forward to get feedback to RTiVISS from the ACM MM community!
Posted by: Mónica Mendes in PhD research RTiVISS System architecture 9 years ago
This is the updated system architecture for B-Wind! developed together with team members Pedro and Maurício during the second half of the AZ residency, nodes marked with dashed lines represent features that we're planning to develop in the next stage.
Currently, the system involves four main components:
- Real-time video capture and streaming at a remote location using a wireless IP Camera. The video stream is processed in openFrameworks using a custom GStreamer pipeline.
- Real-time motion tracking of the user at the instalation implemented using OpenCV.
- A working prototype of an Arduino based fan controller that can turn on and rotate a 12v fan according to motion tracking.
- Particle effects generated from the user's performance at the local installation, where motion information is used to displace a fluid simulation grid which is overlayed in the streamed video of the remote location.
We still have to hurry, for there's some work to be done to customize the system to the available technical resources and to the characteristics of the exhibition space. Go B-wind team, go!
Posted by: Mónica Mendes in AZ residency B-wind PhD research 9 years, 1 month ago
Network camera lag tests
… have you ever seen yourself blinking and in real-time?