I've been doing a lot lately with the new implementation of OSC with the PocketVJ (www.PocketVJ.com). It even works great with the Raspberry Pi 3's built-in wifi so I can use my phone to control the pocketVJ when it's hung inconveniently high up with the projector. 🙂 That being said, before I knew about the … Continue reading miniMAD gets Wifi for TouchOSC
It’s been a while since I posted to this blog, but after a night out, I felt inspired by some awesome artists that live in the city I call home. In VJing is there is no “one way” or “right way” to do anything. It’s an openly expressive medium that offers up incredible opportunities for … Continue reading Three inspirational A/V sets
I thought it would be a good idea to document the process used for Cosmic Sound’s Altared event w/ Bary Center, J Butler, To Sleep At Night, Dilettante. It wasn’t my first time using a multiple projector/computer setup, but adding a PC and Live coding VJ into the mix needed a new workflow. There's a … Continue reading VJing Projection Mapping Mac & PC live coding VDMX Madmapper.
..::(Update May 2019 at bottom of page)::.. What's the best way to capture VJing live? I put this article together to share some of the best ways I've found over the years to capture an HDMI signal from a computer. Additionally, it also covers ways to share visuals from one computer to another so that … Continue reading Best way to capture and share VJ content?
Here's an article with a DIY method for creating automated projection mapping installations. Projection mapping installations are cool. Here's a DIY method for automating your own... #projectionmapping #installation #projectileobjects #minimad @Pro_Objects #automation #howto Source: DIY: Automated projection mapping installation. PMC
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It’s a common question, “What is the best way to projection map and sync multiple projectors?” If you have a large budget there are numerous ways;... #installation #minimad #projectileobjects Source: Mattress Factory Installations with MiniMAD - Projection Mapping Central
I’ve been contributing to projection-mapping.org more frequently than my own blog and it has been some time since I last posted an update. For me, it’s a good problem to have, I’ve been busy… Over the last 2 years I’ve been piling up a collection of unedited videos from a slew of projects that I’ve had … Continue reading Update and EspressoAMano open projection mapping project.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOsSOCJr9uU Its been a while since I've a moment to blog and even longer since the first OMG parties, including our infamous U-Haul Dance Party (<-Video / Blog Post <-). So we did it again, but this time we had a tunnel dance party. <- Why not?. The video was quickly put together as a recap and … Continue reading OMG 5 Tunnel Party Uploading to Youtube vs Facebook
Update: If the content is pre-mapped (meaning, made in After Effects, Photoshop, MS Paint, etc.) and rendered out at the projector's native resolution. The Pi Zero works great as a standalone seamless video looper by simply embedding this code into the rc.local file. (I stored a video file on a usb flash drive and entitled it … Continue reading Raspberry pi zero projection mapping
Here is a new review I created for the PocketVJ, read the complete story here.Remember our review of the MadMapper MiniMAD? .. #hardware #pocketvj #reviews Source: PocketVJ Open-source Raspberry Pi Projection Mapping tool and more! - Projection Mapping Central
Here is a link to the article I published for MadMapper's miniMAD little projection mapping tool. The MiniMAD is a powerful and compact projection mapping tool. With its ease of use and growing feature set, the MiniMAD may be desirable for your next project or... #hardware #madmapper #reviews Source: MadMapper MiniMAD Demo & Review - … Continue reading MadMapper MiniMAD Demo & Review
Another article released for a project that I was apart of this past June. 1st PMC, then Vice, and now the Guardian. Looking good. Artist Bill Shannon explores the gap between the artificial and what is real Source: The man in the digital mask | Technology | The Guardian
***Video at the bottom if you'd like to skip*** Its been a while since I've had the time to blog, my entire year has been non-stop and before I could post my latest works I was already off to do something new. All in all, it has been a trip that I am thankful to … Continue reading The OMG Experiments – UHaul Dance Party
In June I helped bring a wearable projection mask to life. This article details the project as a whole and Bill Shannon's logic behind the piece. >>>>Click Here>>>>>Portable Projection Mapping Mask.