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April 6th, Stammtisch #48

William
Synthesizer called Cadmium, working on it from 2014. Most of it written in C and with shaders for the visuals. https://twitter.com/wrl

Stef
Collaboration in a AR project with Tartaruga Feliz for Pictoplasma festival in May. Shows his work in progress. An interactive story with a little green character.
About AR, currently it’s a challenge to run an AR installation where people can move around, because of power consumption issues. About devices, it seems like the minimum is an iOS device for about 400 eur. Some Android devices work, but they might not be much cheaper.
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Mentioned:
Constrained Local Models for face tracking
https://personalpages.manchester.ac.uk/staff/timothy.f.cootes/Models/clm.html

Stef
Looking for collaborators in different fields to put together a show to tour.
Find him as New Opera Hero in Instagram.
In the past: https://burst-tv.com/index.html#home
https://youtu.be/0cVk7eIDY6I
https://www.instagram.com/newoperahero/

Alex
Making a point: be technology agnostic
About coding the same sketch in different tools (Processing, p5js, OpenFrameworks)
Processing version: https://vimeo.com/160052814

Raph: maybe check out https://vdmx.vidvox.net/blog/hap

Gero
Mentions design of a temple he designs as architect for a client.
Shows generative designs made with Povray.
http://www.gerowortmann.com/

Lisa
Shows her work with an Axidraw - https://axidraw.com/
https://twitter.com/lisacrost/status/975728077404811264
Recommendation: Rotring Rapidograph

Rachel
Presents the coming programs in the http://schoolofma.org/ this year.
Asks our opinion about a possible concept for future school programs, related to speculative design. It involves talking to individuals and trying to figure out their stories, needs, fears, joys.