Computer Vision for Artists |
is the cross-platform, cross-language, open source, video capture and
computer vision plugin. One core C++ object gets cross-compiled as
a handful of high level language "wrapper" libraries.
The wrapper for Java and Processing is called JMyron. The wrapper for
Macromedia Director is called WebCamXtra. The aim of the project is
to keep computer vision free and easy for the new media education and
Version 0025 Released.
getForcedWidth() + getForcedHeight() added to help PC users with scrambled video signals. I hope this solution is temporary.
imageCopy() added to cut out high level memory allocation. Just pass your image object and Myron will fill it with pixels.
Version 0024 Released.
- PC Users, Say goodbye to Quicktime and WinVDig dependencies! Say hello to blazing fast frame rates.
- The limited dimensions bug should be fixed. Go wild with the larger resolutions and let us know.
Look what people are doing!
08/06 - Andrew Senior presents a workshop on "Computer Vision for Artists" at San Jose 01 / ISEA
06/05 - Shadow Monsters by Phil Worthington at the Royal College of Art
11/04 - Interactive Installation
and Physical Computing - School of Creative Media, City University of Hong
11/04 - Maurizio Piraccini creates Banabi,
VR for children.
08/04 - Stephen Boyd uses Myron with Processing
for installation at the Eastern Front Gallery in Toronto.
08/04 - (in)security camera by
benjamin chang, silvia ruzanka and dmitry strakovsky
05/04 - Mixed
Reality Platforms, by MediaLab Arts (University of Plymouth) and Dartington
College of Art students.
05/04 - Used in Froggies by
06/04 - Used by Jinsil
Seo and Eli Toyster in
their MFA thesis projects in School of Visual Arts (SVA)
03/04 - Used by Rich
Streitmatter-Tran in Body Frame/Video Frame, his first solo exhibition
at L'ESpace in Hanoi, Vietnam
03/04 - Interaxity,
a new project by Jan and Leiven of MnM in Gent, Belgium
05/03 - Jewish
Politics, art piece by G.O.M. and Vaaler in Brussels, Belgium
03/03 - Archaeology Technologies Lab at NDSU - diabetes
education game centered on Native American competitive powwow dancing
01/03 - Integrated into course material for UCLA
Design Advanced Interactive Media 157B, taught by Jennifer
11/02 - Used as the
official computer vision systems in student and researcher projects at the
UCLA Creative Media Lab
09/02 - Catherine
Herdlick - for 2003
Parsons MFADT thesis, Games
for the Projected Playground.
08/02 - installations by SetPixel
06/02 - Jason
Bader's MFA Thesis, Intersection (t) at UCLA Design | Media Arts
03/02 - UCLA Hypermedia
Studio's Interactive Multimedia course - premiered as motion tracking for
Nimoy's Garden of Lovers