Interactive Animation - Flower and Singer examples

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Interactive Animation - Flower and Singer examples

Postby GothiCello » Fri Feb 13, 2015 5:19 am

How were the examples done for the animation of the flower or the singer videos? Is there a specific Processing Sketch for those?
Flower: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOlIawT01uo
Singer: http://youtu.be/vOlIawT01uo?t=36s

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Re: Interactive Animation - Flower and Singer examples

Postby AUUG » Fri Feb 13, 2015 7:22 am

Both of those examples were software experiments created in a different developing environment to processing.

It is likely something we will get to eventually, but creating user interfaces for these software experiments and making them user friendly would take away a lot of time from improving other aspects of the product, and thus far these kind of visuals are low down on the list of priorities in AUUG community feedback surveys.

Of course, if a lot of members want something like this we would be happy to try and prioritise it!

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Re: Interactive Animation - Flower and Singer examples

Postby CrisClucas » Sun Apr 26, 2015 8:44 am

These examples are why I purchased an AUUG Motion Synth. Bummer.

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Re: Interactive Animation - Flower and Singer examples

Postby AUUG » Sun Apr 26, 2015 1:08 pm

@crisclucas: We appreciate your frustration but we need to focus our limited development and support resources on the things that the most AUUG members have voted as important to them (namely motion control of audio software/apps for laptops and idevices).

That being said, we have devoted some time to visual control development. Have you given the Processing example a try?:

http://auug.info/wiki/doku.php/public/p ... ng_example

One could argue that it is actually more detailed and expressive than the flower animation. Plus, by using Processing to create a visual control example and providing the source code (as well as a standalone), AUUG members can extend and adapt it without having to buy any additional software (thought a donation to Processing.org would not hurt :) ).


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