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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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~3d ago

dawoof: Did u use the NVAPI to do the warping and other functions?

~3d ago

manuel: @dawoof I did. Just some tests. with the sync card you get no tearing thats great.

~4d ago

dawoof: has anyone used nvidia MOSAIC and VVVV? (without vioso or automated callibration)

~4d ago

joreg: mystery surprise guest at #vvvv meetup number 9 in #berlin coming tuesday: 9-berlin-vvvv-meetup

~6d ago

mediadog: @dawoof I use Screen Capture Recorder to put my desktop in VR, it provides a virtual webcam: https://sourceforge.net/projects/screencapturer/files

~6d ago

TremensS: Just one step further, reinstalling VC++2012 did the trick! This might help anyone having the same surprise...

~6d ago

TremensS: Hey! Since Win10 update last night, all my Assimp nodes are red in both beta36/38. Tried reinstalling VC++2013/2017. Any hints?