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Posted by: Mónica Mendes in Austin Networking PhD research RTiVISS SXSW 10 years, 8 months ago
Zachary Lieberman and Todd Vanderlin were at SXSW to present the open source c++ library in a Design & Development panel: OpenFrameworks - A Powerful Creative Coding Library for Artists.
We could meet and talk about Porto's encounter during Olhares de Outono 2007 and Ars Electronica 2008, and about using OF for the RTiVISS real-time video to be processed in real-time with the ofxVideoStream addon that Pedro Ângelo is now working on. Zach is reminded of Pedro, especially for his active participation in the forum and contribution to the wiki, and is also looking forward to get to know about the addon developments.
To my PhD colleagues, I recommend a good look at this diagram, for it will be very useful as we get to this subject on Media Lab classes soon:
Posted by: Mónica Mendes in altLab AZ residency B-wind Interactive installations PhD research RTiVISS 10 years, 8 months ago
Posted by: Mónica Mendes in altLab AZ residency B-wind Interactive installations PhD research RTiVISS System architecture 10 years, 8 months ago
Here's the first version the sysrtem architecture for B-wind! created during the first half of the AZ residency, with the feedback of Pedro, Maurício, Sérgio and Jorge; dashed lines nodes will be developed next stage!
Posted by: Mónica Mendes in altLab AZ residency B-wind Digital Media Interactive installations RTiVISS 10 years, 8 months ago
With Maurício's electronic setup with a microcontroller, a DC motor and a servo to activate and rotate a fan, and Ricardo's codeTouch in Arduino, B-wind is ready to blow! Video tracking input later on – Pedro starring ;)
Posted by: Mónica Mendes in AZ residency B-wind Interactive installations Online platform PhD research Real-time video RTiVISS 10 years, 8 months ago
After some (un)stability tests with GISS, Darwin Streaming Server + QuickTime broasdaster seem to be a possible stable solution to work with real-time video considering a dedicated server – thanks, Sérgio :)