Archive for the 'User Interface' Category

v002 work in progress

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Talk is easy. A quick demo of some of the current live patching ideas being experimented on in v002.app during our Eyebeam residency. The goal of v002 is to lower user interface latency of live performance software, and create a playable software interface that feels at home in an improvisational environment. v002 is heavily influenced […]

Syphon

Monday, August 30th, 2010

v001 app preview

Saturday, March 22nd, 2008

Im going to be bringing out and battle testing my very early alpha of ‘v001′ as a Cocoa/QC/CoreVideo app at pulsewave. Here are some screenshots of some studies for the show in the (for now) very basic app. Screenshots:

VJ-U Interview

Tuesday, September 25th, 2007

v001

Friday, November 24th, 2006

Ive released a beta version of v001, a framework for building modular patches for Max/MSP and Jitter. Its focused for working with Jitter, but it can be useful for just about any type of Max work you could be doing. 001.vade.info Check it out.

HCI Research at Stanford..

Monday, January 30th, 2006

Has some nice stuff: Dtools is d.tools is a hardware and software system that enables designers to rapidly prototype the bits (the form) and the atoms (the interaction model) of physical user interfaces in concert. d.tools was built to support design thinking rather than implementation tinkering. With d.tools, designers place physical controllers (e.g., buttons, sliders), […]

Covert Software Development…

Monday, January 9th, 2006

…by small, excellent, detail oriented programmers are what make the Mac platform so great. So many gems floating around. Apparently Virtue (A desktop manger that allows multiple workspaces (linux people can yawn now) ) is still being developed but in “super-pursuit stealth mode”. A new version is out on Tony Arnold’s (the developers) blog. Another […]

Constellation

Sunday, January 8th, 2006

Constellation is a plugin for QuickSilver which is a new UI paradigm for accessing data quickly within QS. Really beautifully designed – It uses a ‘Radial Menu’ metaphor for browsing information in applications (menus, options etc), files, or anything QuickSilver can do with the normal keyboard interface. It can be used as an application switcher […]

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