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ich²

ich² is a dance performance combined with a 360° projected stage. the venue we use is a tiny planetarium in Kiel where we implemented vvvv to enable us to do cool realtime visuals and play pre-rendered videos.

the whole performance is slightly a media overkill. the dancers will be able to control elements of the virtual stage and sound with the help of motion sensing techniques (cameras + body sensors). but basically the whole 360° projection will blow your mind as it perfectly fools your brain

ich² pictures?

ich² website
english version added

lot's of planetaria are shifting towards the use of video projectors and computer-generated content. while being involved in a project using such venue, we started to make a vvvv patch for such projection surface. the challenge is to combine up to six projectors to one seamless picture and distort the content according to the dome shape. the point is, once the content is straight again, you can create perfect 360 degree illusions of almost any (virtual) space.

Video (Flash 8)
very first system test in march 2006

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Shoutbox

~2d ago

mrboni: Anyone know where I can get an Etherdream ILDA unit in the UK / West Europe delivery this week?https://ether-dream.com/

~3d ago

tobyk: @catweasel Re:KiNet yes, its pretty similar to artnet but with some different magic numbers. I can send you what I've used before.

~4d ago

microdee: @Hadasi: "read the field manual" I knew a slightly more explicit version of that abbreviation :D

~5d ago

Hadasi: Seemingly, many of the best approaches are right there in vvvv (click node, press F1)

~5d ago

maarja: anyone in Mexico City up for a beer?

~6d ago

andresc4: @motzi nice! , @catweasel at the moment Im using spot to ndi, but its quite cpu consuming

~6d ago

andresc4: If you have a old Futaba Radio you can use it in vvvv. I just uploaded a simple contribution

~6d ago

catweasel: Has anyone worked with KiNet (colour kinetics network protocol)?