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a-cam External 1st person 3d camera navigation
1st person 3d camera navigation
a-camera External quaternion based camera
quaternion based camera
av.jit.iidc External Get full access to any IIDC compliant camera (all firewire camera that are not a cam-corder). (beta version)
Get full access to any IIDC compliant camera (all firewire camera that are not a cam-corder).
That means that you have accurate control of all the parameters directly from Max (no need to open a settings window). It gives access to all Format especially to Format 7 what is not possible with Quicktime wrapper.
Cyclops External Analyzing and tracking live video
Cyclops is a Max object for analyzing and tracking live video. Through a simple interface, you can track performers and users with a video camera and analyze greyscale and color information from the live image. You can use the resulting Cyclops data to control MIDI, audio, video and anything else that you can do in Max.
EAMIR SDK External The eamir SDK allows users to easily create their own eamir-like applications by connecting preassembled interface modules to musical modules. The interfaces include cameras with color tracking, guitar hero controllers, wii remotes and devices, dance danc
The eamir SDK allows users to easily create their own eamir-like applications by connecting preassembled interface modules to musical modules. The interfaces include cameras with color tracking, guitar hero controllers, wii remotes and devices, dance dance revolution pads, and other gaming controllers as well as traditional MIDI instruments like keyboards.




created by V.J. Manzo
www.vjmanzo.com/cv | www.vincemanzo.com
gem.camera External
av.jit.iidc External Get full access to any IIDC compliant camera (all firewire camera that are not a cam-corder).
Get full access to any IIDC compliant camera (all firewire camera that are not a cam-corder). That means that you have accurate control of all the parameters directly from Max (no need to open a settings window). It gives access to all Format especially to Format 7 what is not possible with Quicktime wrapper.
jit.avc External FireWire VTR control
The jit.avc object communicates with FireWire VTR devices, such as digital cameras and DV decks, using the 1394 AV/C protocol. Use it to control the transport of these devices from Max.
jit.cyclops External Analyzing and tracking live video.
Cyclops is a Max object for analyzing and tracking live video. Through a simple interface, you can track performers and users with a video camera and analyze greyscale and color information from the live image. You can use the resulting Cyclops data to control MIDI, audio, video and anything else that you can do in Max.
jit.qt.videoout External Output video to QuickTime video output component
The jit.qt.videoout object takes a matrix as input, compresses the data and sends it directly to a video output component (VOC), such as that supported by DV cameras (via the FireWire VOC) or a special video card (such as the Matrox RT).
movie++ External A replacement for the standard movie object in Max. It does everything movie does, and: reports length and dimensions of the current movie or any movie file
A replacement for the standard movie object in Max. It does everything movie does, and: reports length and dimensions of the current movie or any movie file (without loading in a window); allows the window size/position and autofit & border status to be set with arguments or via messages to the object, and can remember them as new movies are loaded; plus other minor tweaks. (If anyone in the Pittsburgh area has a firewire camera they can lend me for a week, firewire output can happen.....or just buy jitter.....)
Skew_correction Javaclass (mxj) correct for camera perspective
"Skewcorrection.pat uses a least-squared error transformation to correct for skew in an image, typically caused by the camera's perspective. This is based on correcting a warped calibration rectangle in the image to a true rectangle."
Stitcher Javaclass (mxj) stitch together images from multiple cameras
"Stitcher.pat finds a least-squared error transformation to warp one image into the space of another. This transform, in addition to a blending algorithm, can stitch images together, and it works well for panoramic images and multi-camera setups."
v.presence External v.presence is used predominant to detect presence.
v.presence is used predominant to detect presence. It maintains a slowly adapting internal image that moves at a specified rate toward the pixel values in the input stream. The long exposure provides a reference image against which to compare the current frame. The difference usually represents a new presence in front of the camera. The rate at which the reference image adapts to the current incoming image is defined by a value between 0 and 1. At 0, the reference image is exactly the same as the live image. At 1, the reference image is frozen. Values between 0.99 and 0.9975 are most useful
v.track External v.track follows a specified small object across the video field with sub-pixel accuracy and no delay.
v.track follows a specified small object across the video field with sub-pixel accuracy and no delay. Objects are tracked best against a contrasting solid background, and will be lost if they travel faster than 8 pixels per frame. You can also tell v.track to track an unmoving part of the screen, and move the camera (instant steadicam) (Again, if the camera moves such that the image moves more than 8 pixel per frame, you will lose tracking.) If you supply a profile stream (i.e. from v.silhouette’s second outlet), v.track uses the silhouette to define a mask that will cause areas showing no silhouette presence to be ignored in the tracking process, which improves tracking across complicated backgrounds. v.track is best understood by looking at the v.track examples, because it works best when supplied with properly pre-processed streams.
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EAMIR - the Electro-acoustic Musically Interactive Room
V.j. Manzo The EAMIR project is an open-source effort to enable educators with technology for music education. Software is designed around a common configuration which can be easily implemented by music educators around the world by downloading source code and standalone applications through eamir.org.

Users who understand programming can edit the source code and post their new source and standalone applications back to the site for the EAMIR community to use.

Much of the EAMIR software is also designed to allow students with physical and mental disabilities to create meaningful music using interfaces that are accessible to their needs.


The EAMIR SDK allows users to easily create their own EAMIR-like applications by connecting preassembled interface modules to musical modules. The interfaces include cameras with color tracking, guitar hero controllers, wii remotes and devices, dance dance revolution pads, and other gaming controllers as well as traditional MIDI instruments like keyboards.

created by V.J. Manzo
www.vjmanzo.com/cv | www.vincemanzo.com

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