Join the meetup (on Friday at 19:30)
The 1st OPENRNDR meetup will be happening on Friday the 9th of October at 19h30 CEST time.
Come and talk with OPENRNDR developers and users. Ask questions, show your projects!
The presentations are meant to be relaxed, beginner friendly showcases of how you’re using OPENRNDR. We’ll aim for the presentations to last around 10mins.
Are you interested in presenting?
- I want to present something
- I’m only participating
@abe will be the moderator in this meetup.
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It was great to see and hear from you all!
We wrote this short summary. If I missed something let me know and I’ll update the comment, or add your thoughts, ideas or images below
Yann, Ricardo, Naoto, Kazik, Fred, Edwin, Boyd, aBe joining from Seattle, Paris, The Hague, Kölln and Berlin. We saw multiple projects between 19:30 and 22:30 by:
Boyd presented an overview of using OPENRNDR in video production workflow. How to deal with asset management and using orx-file-watcher to hot-load json files.
We mentioned the possibility of sharing Idea live-templates for OPENRNDR which convert short keywords into code blocks and help coding faster.
Ricardo Matias showed programs he wrote using his own panel system that allows loading remote images as textures, re-arranging panels, tweaking designs by moving and rotating elements. The system has a tool bar and the different tools allow drawing and modifying shapes in different ways. He plans to release it eventually after further testing and cleaning up the code. A short clip of his tools in action: https://twitter.com/ricardomatiaspt/status/1303762007091490816 // https://ricardomatias.net
Kazik showed how he has used OPENRNDR in his interactive, Kinect based installations in events in Berlin and Denmark. Some of the works can be seen at https://vimeo.com/kazikpogoda // https://xemantic.com // https://twitter.com/KazikPogoda
Edwin gave an overview of vector art tools, improved clipper api and changes to the CompositionDrawer. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vSfNYCVdqYbjYFvJh6iEc9ZlW6szCEbOtJ_Rt_iieDvTLAzLayo4foE6VCLiMcP973hTrfJXHmDTHdN/pub?start=false&slide=id.ga03caeeb6d_0_103
See you on the next one!