December 1st, Stammtisch #45
Short introduction to vvvv, mentions coming http://vvvv.academy event in January. There’s a sponsorship from NSYNK. There’s a gallery of 100 interesting projects.
Solve the issue of how to quickly allow external control of parameters in a sketch. Via a web browser. https://github.com/rabbitControl/RCP The idea is to have the protocol work on any environment. #rabbitcontrol:matrix.org
Peter A. Kolski
Shows http://mauAR.de, an augmented reality app that shows the Berlin wall where it used to be, including old photos and descriptions overlaid.
shows his graduation project, Immersive Computing, in which he created his own computer to show how computers actually work. http://steftervelde.nl/immersive_computing
VR with a headset and the Virtual computer inside a physical metal frame you can touch.
Also a project at the news paper http://nrc.nl/nieuws about visualizing how the CIA works.
NOTE: We decide to make a road trip to see Konrad Zuse’s original computer
Presents 3 of his projects:
- Band promo video with visuals reacting to the sound, written in OpenFrameworks.
- In Alveo - installation about natural birth, collaboration with Joa, Nayeli and Sarah.
- Dríbergoble : Tue Greenfort - 7 meter helium filled LED Jelly Fish.
http://1001suns.com/avatar-the-avatar-of-avatar/ piece about energy consumption of the Internet.
http://1001suns.com Shows his latest video with the sugar cube map of the world
with a projection centered on the North pole, showing the history of nuclear explosions on this planet.