The video doesn’t really do this justice.
There’s a mouse-driven version – but you don’t really get the wow factor.
If you’ve got a webcam try the full demo for yourself here.
There’s the potential to do some really cool stuff with this.
Tone Matrix is a simple sinewave synthesizer triggered by an ordinary 16-step sequencer. Each triggered step causes a force on the underlaying wave-map, which makes it more cute.
Would be great to be see it support save and add more patterns so you can create bigger pieces, but it’s a lot of fun to play with.
It’s like a little brother to the Tenori-on. (see demos below)
DJmag reviewer Marc ’01’ demo of the Yamaha Tenori-On.
Little Boots – Ready For The Floor Hot Chip Tenorion Cover
IF you like it there’s more Flash / Audio experiments from Andre Michelle.
Augmented Reality is hot property at the moment. Using Motion Capture and modeling you can create amazing animations in a full 3D environment.
We just used some in a pitch and the client was blown away.
Until recently you needed to spend a good amount of money to get the most out of AR.
That’s just changed.
Using only a webcam and the latest version of Papervision / FLARToolkit library, Digital Pictures have taken their character from the desktop to the desk.
It’s offers a new and exciting way to interact with flash content. The possibilities are wide open.
Papervision – Augmented Reality (extended) from dpinteractive on Vimeo.
Having messed around with AR for the last 3 months I’ve gotta say that getting this working in Flash is a mightily impressive achievement.
Read their whole blog post and try a live demo here: