We talked about Open Sound Control (a standard for communication used in electronic devices).
This demonstration used Geo-me Tree to analyse MIDI to create animation tracks, which were then played back in sync with the actual music. It was modified to use OSC to control the tree’s shape.
The Geo-me Tree is available on Github and you can download the file to try it out. https://github.com/otri/VRC2-GeoTrees
As a special guest, Neel Nair, Virtual Production Director of re:Naissance Opera, gave a presentation on the team’s first virtual reality opera prototype, Orpheus VR.
The tools, processes, and behind-the-scenes design that made this production possible were presented.
Finally, a visual sound demonstration was given by a musician, connecting MIDI instruments and the MIDI Visualizer.
Click here to see the software used in this demonstration.
The new format will apply to VR Challenge #3.
The next VR Challenge #3 will take place from 1~4 July.
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