A very very quick screencast to show how to use Macros to save space when patching in Isadora.
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?