[PD] My project at IEM
marius.schebella at gmail.com
Thu Dec 20 02:59:30 CET 2007
I am in a similar situation, working on a thesis project for end of next
semester and was also thinking about doing some GEM related work. the
thing that scared me, is that I would have to fix some things beforehand
to get something like an ogre external to work. and, yes, unfortunately
this was already done for max at my school, so it would look more like a
copy (too easy to do this for Pd...) But actually, I think it is not
easy at all and it would be enough work for a trabajo fin de carrer.
so *my* current idea is to write some (earth) map viewer that can be
integrated into gem.
in any case, dig into openGL, especially hardware shaders. a good set of
shaders will attract a huge number of visual artists.
other ideas for GEM projects:
mobile device controllers for visuals, multiplayer gem mixers, make gem
work as a webbrowser plugin, gem recipe book, multi screen video
synchronisation (avoiding the use of quicktime), gem standalone
screensaver, realtime network distributed render engine for particle
systems and / or a fluid simulator or rigid body simulations
Javier Garcia wrote:
> in order to finish my Telecomunications Engineering, during the summer semester I will go to IEM (Graz, Austria) to develop my "Trabajo fin de carrera" (we can translate it as "Final work of career"), that is a little project that will take me 6 months working 8 hours per day, 6 days per week (including the wrote part, you know, a wad of papers :) )
> My intention was to create an object for GEM that would insert a 3D animation. But i have seen this email:
> So now, I would like to show to IEM people a new project.
> So do you have any proposal around GEM?
> If the ideas about GEM doesnt convince me, i will ask you about other things: pdp, pidip, other video tools, muslc, etc...
> I have to tell my knowledge about OpenGL is low-medium.
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