So, you have a new forum and I can’t understand how it work. I’ll just act as if I’m new.
I’m from Chile but (if I’m not mistaken) I will be living in London for the next 9 months.
How is the openFrameworks and Cinder scene there? and who should I ask about getting a good beer?
I’ll also act as if I’ve never met either Roy or Kyle. So… London anyone?
Come on! Any openF group based in London where I can learn more complicated stuff? More complicated openGL and Shading? Better Interaction and openCV?
I can’t speak from experience but from what I understand there is quite a big scene in London, you should have no problem finding a group there.
It might be big but they seem to be lurking the forum? maybe?
Where can I find this groups? facebook?
I saw that the other day : http://www.meetup.com/london-creative-coding/
(I’m super far from london, just happened on this)
I think I’m gonna push this a bit.
Here is some of the stuff I did for a company a friend and I had for some time. They were done with openFrameworks and better understanding of GLSL.
Kinect interactive surface with GLSL acceleration and effects:
Port of Port of genius. Port of projectM which is a port of MilkDrop vis plugin for winamp, running in openFrameworks with nice GLSL.
4 way pong with AI (Incomplete). Designed for a contest we never won because they said “Games are not art”. Their loss:
Kaleidoscope with GLSL.
First tests of kinect interactive surfaces on a wall:
Incomplete Shooter with Google Earth background. I always wanted to make videogames. That is Chile in the background.
The company also left me a Point Grey Firefly MV 0.3 MP Mono Usb camera. I’ve not been able to sell it because nobody wanted it. Maybe someone in London wants it.
Here is something else I did just for the fun of it. An SNES Star Fox object decoder (Starwing in Europe).
It was done with openFrameworks so it is openGL. I added frame interpolation and stuff to the models.
The data for each model is read from the Star Fox snes rom (sure I have the cartridge).