Set up OpenFrameworks for your system, see: http://openframeworks.cc/download/ Put this folder in a subfolder under apps, such as YourOpenFrameworksFolder/apps/myapps/videowaves and compile it with your system-specific compiler.
- Requires a webcam.
- Shortcuts are outlined with paranthesis on each button. To hide/unhide the GUI, press h.
- The channels-parameter on the effects is a bitwise filter. It is mapped 1=red, 2=green, 4=blue. 7 means all channels, 5 means red and blue.
- Input modes are a mystery left to the user to discover. Hints:
- Initialization factor only works for input mode 6.
- Transmission factor and neighbourhood distance only works for input modes 5 and 6.
- Edge modes are in order: clamp, wrap, reflect.
- Your mouse-wheel can be used to tweak parameters accurately.
- It is possible to compile using msys2-gcc, but I failed to share the binaries with anyone else as even with the right DLLs it simply doesn't work. The binaries provided for Windows have thus been compiled with MSVC2015.
- Compiling using msys2-gcc fails without a fix to headers installed by pacman in msys2. See this post.
- I don't own a mac, so I haven't tried it. Let me know how it goes if you do set this up.
Cool things you can do
See this gallery.
- Point your webcamera at the screen and enable xor with value 255. Mess around with the channels for the XOR while doing this.
- Input mode 6 with neighbourhood distance 1 or 0, high transmission and init factors.
- Input mode 6, transmission at 0.7, initialization at 0.88, add a LIMIT-effect, set lower: -175 or lower (mess around with this), upper to 160 and enable modulate in range.
- Try to become Andy Warhol.