Category: OSC

  • [Open Source Cinema] Hyper-Cinema: Are we closer than we think?

    [Open Source Cinema] Hyper-Cinema: Are we closer than we think?

    Assignment: Give us your big picture ideas about how emerging technologies and new forms of storytelling will change the media landscape. This course has challenged us with imagining the future of storytelling: if we image a future where assets like settings, characters, plots, and other story elements are created on a massive scale by individual […]

  • [Open Source Cinema] Embodied Cognition and Interaction

    [Open Source Cinema] Embodied Cognition and Interaction

    Assignment: Allow a user to move or arrange the elements with something besides mouse and keyboard.  Updated April 25, 2018: Lisa Jamhoury got the code to work! Check it out here.  This week I attempted to apply Lisa Jamhoury’s code for grabbing objects within a 3D environment using a Kinect to the sketch I had […]

  • [Open Source Cinema] Story Elements

    [Open Source Cinema] Story Elements

    Assignment: Capture people and props for stories. Create foreground objects to include in last week’s setting. Use a capture tool for those elements, find a 3D Model in a Repository or make your own 3D model. See Notes. These assignments are kind of brilliant challenges in bringing theory to practice… and it’s driving me nuts. There […]

  • [Open Source Cinema] Panorama with Google Street View API

    [Open Source Cinema] Panorama with Google Street View API

    Update from last week. Got the Google Street View to work! I figured out the correct panoID by using the latitude and longitude coordinates of the Street View location in the sketch, running the sketch in a local server, and using the Javascript console to get panorama.getPano().  Working code is here.

  • [Open Source Cinema] Panorama

    [Open Source Cinema] Panorama

    Assignment: Capture people and props for stories. Create foreground objects to include in last week’s setting. Use a capture tool for those elements, find a 3D Model in a Repository or make your own 3D model. See Notes. For my 3D setting, I wanted to create a scene in my favorite place on earth: the […]

  • [Open Source Cinema] The Future of Storytelling

    Open Source Cinema: A Web of Hyper-Cinema | Dan O’Sullivan | Spring 2018 | NYU ITP Assignment: Save a story as data on a server. See notes for details. Begin to think about the future of storytelling. The beginning of this course is timing out perfectly with the one-credit course I’m also taking this weekend, “Blockchain Fiction.” There […]