Christopher Baker wrote a piece of software last year using openFrameworks that can be usedÂ for some real-time, large-scale, architecturally-integrated, performance.Â It's designed to be used with three projectorsÂ and mixes in some Box2d physics and OpenCV for "automatic" obstacle detection. The software auto detects skewed projections and adjusts keystone thanks to the camera positioned to observe the projections. In addition it can detect building windows, openings, for real-time dynamics.Â It's a more sophisticated version of the Processing software that ran Urban Echo (vimeo.com/468417 ) See movie below for demo.
In late February 2016, a group of openFrameworks users and educators gathered in Denver Colorado to work on improving the ways people learn and use openFrameworks (OF). They worked intensely for 3.5 days, 12 hours per day, collectively committing more than 800 people-hours to creating and improving openFrameworks learning resources to help students around the world learn how to create with this powerful digital arts and design tool.