"Well being lazy and impatient:I would look at 'Magic' very cheap, very fun, somewhat deep VJ rig. It'll make stuff similar to what you're imagining - but in 16bit mid-nineties glory.
Perfect (enough) as 'seed'…"
"Ok, actually I've been using the PC with eyetracking to control my old mac with SA4 all along. If you have a gigabit switch and VNC you can hardly notice the lag. But the mac is acting... Not right... It's what - almost 20 years old, and…"
"Oh, that makes everything clearer thank you! Oh, i'll just exclude QT files from my spider and off we go! Asy know i'm all about movies... I'm going to make something really fun: brite grey - i'll be describing it and asking for…"
"Hi Tucker, good to hear from you.
The only real issue with windows and quicktime is if you downloaded and opened some deviant quicktime file from the web.
So don't instal a quicktime web browser plugin, and don't download quicktime files…"
Hi everybody/anybody.I just got the windows version of SA 5 a and I'm exploring possibilities in installation schemes. Since this is my communications PC - a mission critical box since I'm completely paralyzed except for one eye, the QuickTime 7 security holes concern me.I'm seeking advice about what smart people do. I could sandbox everything... A bit tedious but probably best, I could kill router contact, but I'm VNC'ing out to an ancient Mac.This serves as something of a reintroduction…See More
every which way - videos, painting, collage - try something new all the time. Gotta keep moving. I wish i could be more methodical, but it's not in my nature.
Well, I'm what some people would call severely dis-abled, with an utterly incurable terminal illness. I do everything using my eyes.
With a eyetracker that is - no hands anymore see? But i remember what it was like.
"My workstation for the Trieste concert: two MacBook Pros doing the concert work proper, and one more to record/capture my final output (worked great!), a preview monitor, 2 Wacom tablets (Intuos Pro and Intuos), several external drives, the Spark…"