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Pebble Watch controlling Arduino making magic with MadMapper

By on Aug 11, 2013 in Arduino, Maker, Tech | 0 comments

Arduino Art-Net Node with MadMapper pushing pixels

By on Jul 27, 2013 in Arduino, Maker | 14 comments

Leap Motion

By on May 21, 2012 in Tech | 0 comments

The future is bright for NUI (Natural User Interfaces)!  The footprint of the Leap and the specs look great for personal use but what I am excited about is public use.  The ability for the public to interact with say a projection mapping installation with high level of resolution and detail in their movements. “In the beginning was the command line. And vacuum tubes, punch cards, keyboards, and mice. After all these years, we still use the standard tools to control our computers. But what if there was something more? There is, and it is here: The Leap. A revolutionary piece of hardware no larger than your iPod that’s two hundred times more accurate than any product currently on the market. We believe that  with The Leap, tomorrow we will no longer be tethered to hardware. With The Leap, imaginations will run wild, and possibilities will be endless. Cheesy marketing speak, you...

Projection Mapped Paintings

By on Mar 21, 2012 in Projection Mapping, VJ | 0 comments

This was a fun and easy technique I tried at my last VJ gig.  Basically, I took a photo of the painting with my iPhone and download that to my computer.  Then I load that into VDMX and used Syphon to get the image to Madmapper.  Then I just projected the photo of the painting on the painting using Madmapper the make it fit perfectly.  Then added some simple audio based effects in VDMX.  Quick easy with great results. Share...

Projection Mapping a room that’s effected by the room.

By on Feb 12, 2012 in Projection Mapping, VJ | 0 comments

Here are three videos of projection mapping I did for a charity event where I mapped the room and had the videos effected by the audio in the room and the movement in the room through custom software and a Kinect.   Share...

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