ThoughtConduit Client now allows control of Quicktime VR panoramic movies with Open Sound Control. When used in conjunction with Essential Reality's P5 Glove, users can navigate through the panoramas with hand gestures.
A bi-product of Sensory Research's "Sequential Progression" show is that ThoughtConduit now has built-in support for Open Sound Control. This means the both the client application and server can communicate with audio, video and multimedia applications (MAX/MSP, Common LISP, Csound) that support OSC. We demonstrated this feature with the P5 Virtual Reality glove. The glove was used to control video playback and generate audio in Thoughtconduit Client. On a more basic level, we've simplified the client application's graphical user interface. There are more menu options to do what you need to do faster. We've also improved our documentation and archiving navigation on the webserver. Many pages now feature links backwards through your web page hierarchy. Updated documentation will be posted over the next week. Stay tuned for even more great stuff!
ThoughtConduit provides many different services for archiving media, blogging, podcasting, Virtual Reality and Second Life. We've designed the system to work well for both novice and advanced users. To help get you started, here are some links to our most popular tutorials. Some of the tutorials are text, others are video.
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For nearly a decade, Sensory Research has provided the best in interactive multimedia creation, distribution and enjoyment. Now it's time to provide the fruits of that labor to the greater community and support further research. To that end, I'm happy to announce ThoughtConduitMediaTools v.1.0. We've distilled the core technology of our applications into a simple package so that it can be harnessed directly by other developers and end users.
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