Demonstration of a new beta feature that automates the process of inserting HTML tags into pages. By clicking a button and answering a few dialogs, you can more easily craft the content of each page.
Demonstration of the ThoughtConduit publishing process.
This is a demonstration of the ThoughtConduit playlist functionality. The video features a screencast and audio describing the steps to add playlist items to an archive.
This video demonstrates the use of Apple's Speech Recognition technology to navigate QuickTime Virtual Reality movies within ThoughtConduit, as well as control the transport controls for recording and playback.
This video demonstrates the use of Apple's Remote Control to navigate QuickTime Virtual Reality movies within ThoughtConduit, as well as control the transport controls for recording and playback.
ThoughtConduit can allow a user to navigate QuickTime Virtual Reality movies with remote input, including the P5 Virtual Reality Glove, Apple Remote and speech commands. This video demonstrates how to select the input which will control the navigations, as well as the applications transport itself.
A demonstration in the use of ThoughtConduit Media Tools Framework and ThoughtConduit Media Tools Utility to add metadata to a media file. In this particular case, we are adding metadata to the file from first demonstration archive.
This video demonstrates several aspects of the ThoughtConduit system. The video was created using ThoughtConduit's new Screen Capture functionality. During that screen capture, we demonstrate the use of ThoughtConduit to convert QuickTime Virtual Reality movies into linear video tracks. The metadata of the file (title and author tags) were added using the new ThoughtConduit Media Tools framework. Demonstration Video 002 is a screen capture of the tagging process itself.
Recorded at Sync06, Pan demonstrates the use of ThoughtConduit to navigate Quicktime VR Panoramas remotely with the P5 VR Glove. Audience members give the beta technology a shot with some humorous results.
Recorded at an interactive lecture/performance at the University of Michigan, Pan provides an overview of the ThoughtConduit tools utilized in the planning, design and implementation of the event. This includes a demonstration in the use of the P5 glove to control ThoughtConduit, generate music and control video playback. Developer Tim Kreger calls in from Australia to discuss the P5's use in music. The lecture concludes with an audience participation section where users explore these tools for themselves.