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node13 workshops VII

tonight at first two more workshops for the advanced volks:

Particle Madness
the work of dottore needs no introduction. together with vux he will show you how he is going about particles. consider: everything you know is wrong!

Camera-Projector Calibration
also the work of elliotwoods is known around here. in this full-day workshop he'll teach you everything he knows about the togetherworkings of cameras and projectors.

and here are two more of the workshops that allow you to apply your skills to specific tasks:

Motion Bank "Solo-Data Commissioning Project"
this workshop is led by researchers Florian Jenett and Scott deLahunta (of motionbank) with vvvv support by zepi. they will tell you about the database of dancers motion they are creating. the api to access this data is not yet public but in this workshop you'll be the first ones able to access it and learn how to use that data to make visualizations with it.

Art and Brainwaves with vvvv
lanvideosource and ceeyaa have both independently been exploring brainwave interfaces with vvvv for some time now. this workshop brings them together and they will let you know what they've found out so far about the noise thats supposed to make us tick and will let you work with the data yourselves.

if this is already getting too much for you to handle i am afraid, there is still a couple more to come..

joreg, Sunday, Dec 9th 2012 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
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~2min ago

sebescudie: It's just the "= (String)" node. But using Sift is actually faster than creating =/OR/Select :)

~18min ago

dvj_jenda: @ sebe : whats the EQ string? Now I am just solving the webserverinput, but EQ string sounds nice :) due to licence,still on 28.1

~2h ago

sebescudie: @dvj : check "Keyboard matching keys" patch in Girlpower's IO section. Use the same logic with EQ (String) :)

~2h ago

dvj_jenda: found it, after an hour..;) sift makes that!

~2h ago

dvj_jenda: can smbdy help me with find string in string spread? need to get slice index out..mine idea is silly ;( thanks for advice ;)

~10h ago

sebescudie: @metrowave : looks interesting, ty!

~1d ago

m4d: @mino: was just thinking the same. :) been using it for some time and have to say in unity context it's really nice.