Isadora programmer needed, preferred UK open to remote
Hello, I'm working on a show next week with some audience phone interaction bits using Isadora.
We're looking for someone who has experience with this, or is a general Isadora expert to help us next week or early during the week after!
We have the prototype working using JSON data, we mainly need ways to make the visuals fun and exciting. Thinking along the lines of phone apps / TikTok / emoji etc. For example, we'd love to fill the screen with different emoji that audiences choose.
We're working in the east of England but open to someone working remotely. Fee can be negotiated. Thanks!
jhoepffner last edited by
Hello, I am not a able to help you with Isadora in east UK next week…
But I am working now on a project with text and image on audience phones. After many tries, the best solution, for me, was to use node-red on the central computer.
You can communicate with Isadora through OSC and you have many possibilities to format your page.
You need only a navigator on the client phone but we use kiosk pro plus to secure the phone.
Perhapsue its easier to finf a node-red specialist!
It sounds to me like you have the hard part worked out already (getting the data to Isadora as JSON).
If you have any trouble, don't hesitate to ask for help here on the forum :)
I'm located in Canada, so definitely remote. If you don't find anyone in your area feel free to send me a DM.
Thanks @jhoepffner and @dusx. As DusX mentioned, we've got the data into Isadora as JSON working nicely. It's more to do with content! We'll be looking over it in more detail later in the week but basically it's finding the best way to visualise data when working with up to 100 entries. We had ideas of piles of emoji but don't think Isadora is capable of generating the physics and object oriented programming to achieve this.
We had ideas of piles of emoji but don't think Isadora is capable of generating the physics and object oriented programming to achieve this.
I wouldn't be sure of that. A lot is possible. Explain a little more and I am sure I can outline a solution.
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Hi there! excuse my intrusion but I take advantage of this very interesting thread to ask if it is possible to show or share things that can be achieved with these types of procedures between: audience telephone numbers- Isadora (the possibility of sending images, text, video or what else ? and so...)
I think it would be a topic with a lot of potential for the educational field as well as the artistic one.
Thanks in advance
@dusx thanks, my Isadora skills are a little rusty so would love to have a solution. I just googled box2d Isadora and was led to your YouTube video so it seems like that could be achievable :).
Our example was basically this: There are 4 options to choose from. Each representing an emoji. As one is selected it falls down the screen and lands on the bottom, as more get selected they fall down bouncing with the other emoji gradually forming a pile. Currently our version is just a number showing the result, not too exciting!
The other example was closer to a boids flocking simulation with the answer that's selected randomly appearing in space, then being attracted to a specific point on screen.
I'm confident that @Dusx is correct in suggesting that you can align your vision with Isadora's pre-existing modules. Isadora's 3D Model Particles module is capable of effectively achieving the descriptions you have provided. The GF parameter in this system is designed to create a dynamic gravity field, allowing for attraction and repulsion properties to be applied to individual particle instances. I have attached a real-time demonstration showcasing the operation of (GF) parameters: demo-particles-03.zip
Update - We're continuing work on the project next month in Eastleigh and are looking for Isadora developers who are available during the week 4th September. If you're available and interested please get in touch!