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Saturday, December 03, 2011


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Glyph is going to perform something new with the kinect-SL interface he's programmed, so not the face representation again, but the next evolution of the groundbreaking work he is doing. Come on over to LEA4 and InterACT! with the newest in interactive virtual art, including seeing Glyph's performance live at 6pm.

Thanks for posting, Hamlet! Onward & forward with mixed & augmented reality!

Glyph Graves

Hi yes ... its was a bit different to the previous piece. This one creates a in world puppet made of prims that reproduces my physical world movements as a second stylized avatar.

It also turns my hands into musical instruments by mapping the x-y coordinates of my physical world hands to flute notes

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