[PD] working with 3d-Data in pd

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Wed Oct 29 00:23:29 CET 2008

It is definitely possible with Pd.  First you need to start with the  
data format, how to get it to Pd, then what you want to do with it.   
Check out the 'mapping' library, there are lots of things for working  
with data like this.


On Oct 25, 2008, at 8:59 AM, Martin Hähnel wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> I'm currently working on a project called motion design
> in which we want to motion track a person walking
> trough a prepared room, than taking this data and
> generate a spline out of it.
> Our aim is that we can create a "virtual instrument" out of the  
> motiontracking data.
> Do you think this is possible with pd?
> Any Ideas how to do it?
> We have 6 Months to get this thing right, so we have plenty of time  
> to learn pd and other related stuff.
> Thanks in advance
> Martin
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