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Hyperbook

credits Alessandra Giannotta, Caterina Lani, Stefano Mancini, Qin Qi.

Hyperbook is a low cost, interactive media station, inspired by the MIT “NeverEnding Drawing Machine”, that turns a book into a support for different types of content unrelated to its paper nature.

Hyperbook was realized with the multipurpose toolkit vvvv by the students of the “Creative Coding and Video Music Course” of the Academy of Fine Arts, Urbino Italy.

Students: Alessandra Giannotta, Caterina Lani, Stefano Mancini, Qin Qi. Professor: Davide Riboli.

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~7h ago

andresc4: gamma+stride+fuse+standaloneapp+soputoutput+oscinput = lovvvvvveeeeeee!!!!

~3d ago

joreg: @pechart thanks for the flowers!

~3d ago

pechart: Just a big shoutout to the whole vvvv devteam and the friendly community! It's fantastic to export patches to standalone apps. THX!

~12d ago

daviddenker: We are looking asap for 3x Azure Kinect to rent or buy. Any kind of help appreciated! :-)

~14d ago

mediadog: Hmmm md.ecosystem link on staff pics page is not found

~16d ago

schlonzo: physics constraints and forces plz?

~18d ago

karistouf: thank you @gml but im thinking about and old version of vvvvv. There was a redraw with HSL of each pixels

~19d ago

schlonzo: no more previews? is there a 4.0 stable?

~20d ago

sunep: Live now. I perform live AV with Thomas Li after kiloton who is performing now. https://youtu.be/IG5oC6JvMeM

~20d ago

ggml: @karistouf ColorAndDepth help file