David Fodel, Brian Kane
Experimental Television Center, Owego, NY, 2008
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Untitled Analog #30
David Fodel, Brian Kane
i3l on Make
Thanks to the folks at Make Magazine for posting the i3L MIDI bridge for the iPhone on their website. Todd Thille at synesthete.com sent me the info first.
I’m also looking forward to seeing the upcoming beta version of 3L “Thrill” VJ Software. Thrill is the real-time 3D visual tool you always wanted. I saw a version this summer that was quite impressive.
i3L MIDI BRIDGE for the iPhone
Istanbul based vj collective artificialeyes.tv announce the availability of i3L_v0.1, the first iphone to midi bridge for audio and video software as a free download.
i3L (pronounced “i thrill”) is Freeware developed using Max/MSP as a support application for the native iphone application aka.remote by Masayuki Akamatsu.
i3L receives pre-defined UDP messages from aka.remote.app running on the iPhone, scales the values to MIDI, and allows you to configure the sending MIDI channel and control change message number.
i3L was developed to work seamlessly with our Real-time 3D VJ software Thrill, however i3L can be used with any audio or video software which receives midi messages.
For full specifications, demonstration video, and the download link, please visit http://thrill.artificialeyes.tv/i3L
Please direct further inquiries to this email address. firstname.lastname@example.org
Early VuJak videos
Sweatin’ to the old school: here are some early VuJak videos which I recently found on Hi-8 tapes in my closet.
The first video is from the Digital Hollywood conference in Beverly Hills, 1994. Some friends at Interactive Light lent us an array of floor mounted infrared controllers, so we hooked them into VuJak and let people do what they wanted during the exhibit. Shown in this video is a dancer who got quicky hooked on it and spent a long time with it. Interactive Light, Inc. created the D Beam Controller, which is now integrated into Roland keyboards.
The next video is just us having fun in the studio one night in 1993. We had just gotten the system working well and there were people over for a party, so we turned on the camera. Fun stuff.
And here’s some raw footage straight out of the system from around the same time. Fun with randomness. Always liked this. Still kinda relevant. Bill was so much more fun than GW…
There’s another post about VuJak here