Examples of work
@grzegorz holy cow, that's amazing. Fantastic work!
How did you track the dancers?
@crystalhorizon hello, thank you very much for your kind words.
I used cheap CCTV camera, IR lights and eye++, that's it :)
@grzegorz great. You had the tracking camera from above facing downwards? And the IR lights from the side?
@crystalhorizon hi,camera was above facing downwards and IR lights aswell. It may sounds funny, but the secret was a good cloth - knitwear, not fabric; non-reflective. I was trying a lot of types and only one gave me the effect I wanted to achieve. BTW, also cat's fur was great ;) and gaffa tape.
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All of the Troika Ranch pieces (created by yours truly and Dawn Stoppiello) are online at http://troikaranch.org In addition to the excerpts. you can also find full length videos of every piece.
Not all feature video, but 16 [R]evolutions and perhaps Future of Memory are worth showing to the students.
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Heya, if you're interested here's a couple of show's I've created.
I've been using QC and Isadora,
I'm still a student myself, so go easy on me!!!
Hi, a couple of Isadora centred projects documented on vimeo. One is of a gesture interface (at the time) in development. The other is a black box dance installation where audience and performer interact. Cheers Bonemap
@grimvisions I know that this was posted quite a while back but I really like your work specifications a shadow of grace. I’m wondering what your flow was in terms of cameras, actors etc. Hope you get this and hope you finished university! Your work is awesome
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Hi, Use it for mostly interactive games. All I'm doing live is pushing the space bar to fly in the next pair on pictures. I made this part a manual trigger so I can pause it if ellen wants to talk about something.
Most everything is automated in the software.
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Oops, thought this was a new topic.
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Here is an example of a work I did for the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, MN for a production of Sunday in the Park with George. It was an interactive installation for 3 projectors (90'x30'); 8-channel MIDI and Sound creations, and DMX lights all triggered by 4-video input cameras tracking location and motion. Everything written using Isadora:
This is a mapping project that we did a few years ago in Orlando. Permanent installation. 4 projectors in a 2x2 grid, shooting from a hotel room (beamers are built into a corner sofa ) and an office space. All the mapping is in izzy map so we can just feed it unwarped 4k content. Izzy sends MSC commands to a controller to trigger moving lights and colors in sync with video. Turns on and off on its own every night and randomly selects from 30 different pieces of content.