It is been a while, little time to post the right things !
Here a project I did last year for Radboud University from The Netherlands, visualising muon particles from outer space in real time in a 30 meter dome. I was fortunate to form a dream team with people from all over the world to help us out in visualising. We used 12 muon detectors in a ring on the ceiling and 12 on the ground. An FPGA worked as discriminator so we could localize direction. These signals were send to Isadora , from there on it controlled by OSC the Blender engine from Dalai Felinto, Martins Upitis and Mike Pan and the Proces machine from Memo Akten. The installation also controlled a surround dub installation. Dj's were playing over a 100 wireless headphones. The whole system was done in a tailor made Vioso setting with 6 Barco 20K projectors.
FULLDOME OnDemand has added a flat-screen option for customers to use when renting selected shows."Over the years at Loch Ness Productions, we've had inquiries about flat-screen versions of our shows, particularly for use in classroom settings," said Loch Ness Productions CEO Carolyn Collins Petersen. "Traditionally, we stayed focused on the dome experience; that's what we're good at, after all. Now with the worldwide…See More
Breaking into the music industry has always been a challenge for artists of all genres. Tens of thousands of artists are dying for meditation and gigs, and this is on top of the artistic challenge of finding inspiration for new songs, finding the right melody or beat, and tackling band member personalities. The entire process can be…See More