Appreciate the suggestion. What is Leap's range? This was a performer (and audience) drawing on screen or interacting with the stars, etc. (thus physics) using tracked IR lights. IR tracking was the most robust option at the time, for various lighting situations, distance from camera, etc. I think the hack still would be worth comparing -- a piece of floppy disk over the lens of a camera with IR filter removed. Kinect v2 also looks promising.
So I can imagine the physics in Vuo, but it looks like openCV blob/point tracking hasn't been rolled out, right? Then I guess, what, openFrameworks or Jitter or some other tool to port tracked x/y coordinates to Vuo? Recommendations?
Hey, Kewl I remember following along online with that video + music project you made a couple years back, very cool!
If I am dealing with actual samples, wouldn't think sample rate would be an issue here? The 512 sample buffer is another story -- sending to Make Waveform Image seems to only process 512 samples. Using Convert Audio to Reals also only builds a 512 sample list. Is there a way to get a list of all samples in the audio file?
I would think this would be fairly straightforward in Vuo. I have a .wav file, a wavetable, 16 single cycle waveforms, each 2048 samples long (so audio file total length is 32768 samples, at 44.1k sample rate). How do I get the .wav file data into Vuo? I think once I have this sorted, I am good to go.
I want to display the 16 single cycle waveforms in 3D, like many wavetable synths do. For example, Serum's: