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It was the purpose of my thesis to develop a method that allows vvvv to export the generated graphics without any restriction of the image size. When only resolution independent vector objects are used to generate images, there are no quality losses when enlarging. This fact is the key element needed to export very large images with vvvv. Due to hard- and software restrictions it is inevitable to split a file into multiple parts prior to exporting it. How this can be done and the resulting vvvv-patch are discussed in detail.
The used method produces a certain number of images that have to be combined to create one big single image. Another program had to be created to stitch the images together. Despite some extensive research, no suitable tool could be found for this task. A program had to be developed from scratch, it will also be discussed in this thesis. It is able to combine any number of images into one big image.

The updated diploma page

Direct Link to the pdf file (4MB)

ampop, Thursday, Nov 10th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
Open Visuals?

Open Visuals was an installation at the long night of the museums in cologne at the international school of design (K.I.S.D.).

the concept was to give the visitors the feeling of a vj. everybody had the possibility to change the parameters of a vj tool with a behringer midi interface. of course, developed in vvvv especially for this evening.

tonfilm, Monday, Nov 7th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

The Football Globe Germany, a project by 3deluxe and Andre Heller with all the software created in VVVV by meso and fellow user Kalle, has opened on its first location, Tokyo. Next stops will be Istanbul, Milan, Paris and Berlin.

Learn more about it at the FIFA Press Release, see the presskit and watch dancing japanese fans onhttp://www.footballglobegermany.com/.

the picture shows the interior of the light sculpture. the structure was developed by kalle? and made out of 510 cold cathode fluorescent lamps. All lamps are controlled via vvvv. more info :kalle-Football Globe Germany?

david, Sunday, Oct 30th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
chievvvv experimental operator sanch did some amazing patching with the complex function nodes recently implemented by tonfilm. also a good demonstration of the possibilities of dynamic mesh creation.

check images here and there and finally watch a video.

sanch, Sunday, Oct 30th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
The Museumsuferfest in Frankfurt, Germany is the city's largest annual festival. Taking place on the bank of the river Main every August in celebration of Goethe's birthday, the MUF attracts a rumored three million visitors over a weekend.

Highlight of the MUF 2005 was the KUNST/RAD, a thematic projection on a 40-meter ferris wheel. vvvv conducted 45000 ANSI Lumens and generated images for a rotating projection screen.

more

david, Thursday, Oct 27th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
imago is a piece for a solo vocalist about multimedial representation and reproduction. the singer is reduced to face and voice and stylized as a triptych: in the middle, the real head of the singer flanked left and right by three-dimensional representations of him.

extensive dokumentation an making of available on a dedicated imago website

joreg, Thursday, Oct 27th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

a custom hard- and software interface for generating visuals dubbed "trafo".

more images and a video are available from enos and joregs websites.

joreg, Thursday, Oct 27th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
Achim Wollscheid was finally able to realize his long-term idea of a grid of mirrors being able to move on two axes each.

sadly this great sculpture has been built as a "kunst am bau" project for kids-cure-center at a place not so many people will likely ever visit in their life. there is a video though on my little documentation page.

joreg, Thursday, Oct 27th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

TAKISOCPE (Kentaro Taki) tried to make a digi-photo slideshow of Cityscape Tokyo by using VVVV.

This experimental installation is a trial to grasp the system of our society, especially Tokyo, where is full of images, things, media, adds, people and information.

continue here.

takiscope, Thursday, Oct 27th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
video installation at the altitude, kunsthochschule für medien, köln.

projection of "mirror" in a frame, which was rotated according to the "weight" of the people in it. if there were to many people in the frame, the pciture fell down, and a video was played, in which i walked in, annoyed, and hung it back there.

watch the video.

fleg, Thursday, Oct 27th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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joreg: @beyon too bad. but from now on we have a fixed schedule: every 4th tuesday in the month! hope this helps to plan evvvveryones visits

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beyon: joreg: ah, bad timing, I would be happy to attend but I doesn't look like it will work out

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joreg: @beyon any chance you can add 2 days to stay? would be great to have you at the (not yet announced) #vvvv meetup on the 23rd!

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beyon: I'll be in Berlin July 13-22 - anything interesting going on in that time frame?

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joreg: moments later: admin fixed it. back to normal.

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joreg: indeed. site broken. hope to get this sorted soon. sorry for the inconvenience.