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After reading the article it seems to me that frame packing or frame sequential are the better techniques although it looks like the first being converted to the second within the projector. Where top and bottom is the easiest in converting existing material to 3D and the preferred way for HDMI 1.4 which does the decoding on the display end. The active shutter glasses are controlled via the projectors.
Link: http://www.best-3dtvs.com/what-is-full-hd-3d-fhd3d/ )
For the project I'm looking at the new Mac Pro since I need at least 4 FHD3D outputs and 4 BenQ W1080ST beamers. This requires sending 4 times an output of 1920x2205 at 24fps. I know playing back 4 full hd streams isn't a big problem, but this is twice as heavy. Do you think the new Mac Pro could pull this off?
Now only need to find out if the EIED of the Mac Pro would send the correct information...November 2013
Thanks for the article! Was already on my shortlist, will check it out.
Are there any plans to support this in a later stage?November 2013
Really like the Kinect mask feature! And digging the new mask setup as well. Clear overview.Couple of questions below.
Kinect:- Will this be all controlled from within Millumin only?- If so, will there be an option that Millumin also does the Skeleton tracking (maybe in a later stage)? - If thats planned, will it be possible that Millumin could send those points through osc out again? - And to control other parts of Millumin (I wrote my own Max app for it atm)? - If not, is it possible for another program to use the Kinect and run Millumin without the Kinect option off at the same time?- Is a T pose required?
Mask:- Is it possible to order the masks by drag and drop?- If you have multiple masks, is there an option to auto-select to turn on and off?- Will we be able to lock mask layers?
That was it for now. :)November 2012
How soon is soon? Sorry to be so blunt about it, but I have a show coming up on the 29th and this OSC message would greatly reduce the load on my computer. :)October 2012
I'm trying to do, sort of, the same thing as Benjamin. I use Max to trigger layers in Millumin when a certain audio level is reached, and this works perfectly. But I also want to trigger certain files in VDMX (which are kinect controlled by OSCeleton in their turn) when I play the next column in Millumin.
In the docs it says that I can control which column I want to stop or play, and I had thought that Millumin would send an OSC message when I would select a column. But Osculator isn't receiving that message. It receives a whole other bunch of messages, but not directly one that relates to that that specific column is being triggered. Should Millumin send this message and I'm I doing something wrong perhaps?October 2012