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Creative Programming – #3 vvvv

Creative Programming - #3 vvvv
vvvv is a hybrid visual/textual programming toolkit for easy prototyping of interactive visual installations and generative art.

Creative Programming – #2 Isadora

Creative Programming - #2 Isadora
Isadora, is a commercial real-time media manipulation toolkit for live performance. It's a great example of bridging the gap between artists and programmers.

Creative Programming – #1 openFrameworks

Creative Programming – #1 openFrameworks
This review on openFrameworks is the first in a series about creative programming toolkits. During my last years as researcher and organiser of a media arts festival I stumbled upon a heap of software tools meant to ease the creation of rich media artworks. Written by artists for artists and mostly released as open-source those...

Finger-precise hand gesture tracking

Finger-precise hand gesture tracking
San Francisco based start-up 3Gear Systems has developed a gesture control system with an astonishing finger-precise tracking. The system uses two Microsoft Kinect sensors facing downwards from above a desk and a new software to track a user's hand gestures.

Toward Transparent Telepresence

Toward Transparent Telepresence
A keynote talk by Henry Fuchs recorded at the IEEE ICME 2012 conference gives some insights into current research and future direction of telepresence technology. Watch the entire talk at VideoLectures.net.

Creating 3D Models With a Simple Webcam

Creating 3D Models With a Simple Webcam
University of Cambridge researcher Qi Pan has developed a simple and affordable method for constructing virtual three-dimensional (3D) models. First presented at the 20th British Machine Vision Conference in London in 2009 the system may make 3D modeling more accessible in the future.

Volumetric 360° Display Prototype from Sony

Volumetric 360° Display Prototype from Sony
At Ceatec exhibition 2009 in Tokio Sony presented a prototype of a real volumetric 360° display. The display has a cylindrical form of 27 cm height and 13 cm diameter and can display stereoscopic images at 24bit color depth to multiple users simultaneously.

Interactive 360º Light Field Display

Interactive 360º Light Field Display
University of Southern California's Graphics Lab has presented a volumetric 360º Light Field Display at SigGraph 2007 which is suitable for multiple simultaneous viewers. The display is also used in a 3D Teleconference prototype.