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LEDBRIDGE

LEDBridge ist unsere Softwarelösung um LED-Displays aller Art anzusteuern. Ursprünglich haben wir sie 2008 entwickelt um LedShowT9, welches von unserem LED-Teppich benötigt wird, zu ersetzen da LedShowT9 nur unter Windows läuft und zahlreiche andere Mängel hat. Seit damals ist die Software gewachsen und hat viele neue Features dazubekommen um Videosignale von allen möglichen Quellen entgegenzunehmen und viele Arten von LED-Displays anzusteuern.

Jahr: 
2008 bis heute

TOUBLO

Toublo Ist ein einfacher Bild- und Animationseditor der speziell für LED-Displays entwickelt wurde. Am Besten lässt sich Toublo mit LED-Displays niedriger Auflösung einsetzen, ein praktisches Größenlinit ist aber nicht vorhanden. Einzelbilder können Pixelweise oder mit einfachen 2D-Zeichenwerkzeugen gemalt werden und Frame für Frame zu einer Animation zusammengesetzt werden. Toublo unterstützt einige Protokolle über LEDBrdgde. Eigene Protokolle lassen sich in ToubloScript (basierend auf Javascript) implementieren.

AURINKO

Note that currently we are not continuing the development of Aurino any further since it has proven not to be very practical for most setups due to the following reasons:

TOUBLO

Toublo is an image and animation editor specially designed for LED-displays. Although it has no real display size restrictions it works best with low-resolution displays. Toublo features simple drawing and frame-by-frame animation editing. It can directly connect to Aurinko-based displays and drive other displays using ledbridge. You can also implement your own protocols using the embedded Rhino-based Javascript-Environment we call ToubloScript.

Bodyscapes_corpoPhonolux

Deutsch

“Bodyscapes_corpoPhonolux” is a multidimensional interactive installation connecting synaesthetically the visual and spatial sense with hearing.

The basic idea of this project is the translation of light into sound – to transform what we see simutaneously in an acoustic soundscape. The performer becomes “sensor” and interactive element at the same time. Along the dancer‘s body are 8 lightsensors installed, measuring steadily the various intensities and colours of light on selected points along the body surface (joints, head, etc…).

The dancer is passing through different light situations. Sensors are influenced by way and quality of movement in space, plasticity of the body and different lighting and projection ambiances by the surrounding structure. The symbiosis of movement and different lighting situations are the two equal „masters“ of the composition. As if someone is playing the piano, the dancer is playing the “space” with his body like an instrument – like an orgue of movement, with each sensor equally tuned. Finally the performance on stage becomes a 3dimensional improvisation between the lighting design and the dancer. Each gesture can be heard. One major factor is the spatial distribution of loudspeakers in a 360° area around the spectator. Each sensor is directly linked to one loudspeaker, so the acoustic output of each single sensor can be directly assigned within space for the spectator. Therefore the soundscape becomes a direct acoustic illustration of the body’s surface in space.

Idea/Choreography/Performance: Veronika Mayerböck Sound/Composition: Noid IT/Multimedia:Simon Laburda Photocredits: Konstanze Mayerböck, Monika Perner

Untertitel: 
Multidimensional interactive sensor installation.
2011
Technologie & Materialien: 
Jahr: 
2011

LEDBRIDGE

Ledbridge is our main software for controlling LED-Displays. It was initially developed in 2008 to replace the proprietary, windows-only software LedShowT9 and allow the LEDsMob to be controlled from Linux systems. Since then a lot of features have been added to it. It's modular design allows it to capture frames from all kinds of sources and drive various kinds of displays. Ledbridge is primary designed for Linux systems but, while lacking some Linux specific features, it has also been successfully tested on Mac OS X and FreeBSD. Windows is not supported at the moment.

AURINKO

Note that currently we are not continuing the development of Aurino any further since it has proven not to be very practical for most setups due to the following reasons: