I decided to put together a little demo of how I would map a basic cube in Isadora using standard Isadora actors. No IsadoraCore upgrade or third party installers required. This should work on Mac and PC also.
I have to stress this is very basic but for some it could be very interesting and extremely useful. I decided to zip the files and media so you can open it and follow it as you go along.
You need the latest version of Isadora. (I actually used the latest beta but this will be fine)
[DOWNLOAD TUTORIAL & ZIP FILE HERE]
Don’t forget I always welcome a beer if you found this useful 😉
Any questions or comments then please add them below.
I have been keeping an eye on a few things lately that I do not normally blog about.
It all started about three weeks ago by randomly finding this video:
As I imagine it did for some of you, it blew me away. What an amazing project.
I then spoke to a friend called Gavin from the Digital Fun Fair who said he had developed something quite similar and we had a good talk about it.
Then I found this on kickstarter…
There are lots of demo’s on YouTube but this seems to be the best i’ve found:
Now this is seriously cool stuff. Plug and play functionality, affordable, multi platform, etc.
Then I found this….
This idea has been looming in my head for a while now after I had seen this from Sony;
All this stuff is amazing and right up my street. There are obviously huge technological costs for this kinda stuff, never mind logistics – who has space for projector behind the sofa? Not me.
I can imagine playing an xbox game with practically every wall being projected onto. Combine that with a xbox Kinect and the room would spin and rotate based on your head position… scary! A truly immersive, reactive and spacial aware experience could be created with this technology.
I think this stuff will happen in one way or another.
What are your thoughts?