Dan Paluska

ColorTracking in OpenFrameworks, Sharing, etc…
February 3, 2009, 9:52 am
Filed under: art, Uncategorized

I love open source projects and communities. I find the digital artworld to be very progressive in this sense.
Damian sends an email to the list, “i’m thinking about using cameras to do some object tracking, any recommendations?”
Zach replies with this video->

ColorTracking in OpenFrameworks on Vimeo on Vimeo
I love that these tools exist and these avenues for sharing and collaboration. It’s such a powerful concept that seems to be lost on many who are focused on copyrights, patents, and getting a “hit”.
These sharing communities are great ways to keep your ideas alive and progress faster as a community. Don’t patent, don’t hide, don’t project. Share immediately and fold back into the toolkit so everyone can use and improve. Its is most definitely the present for some and hopefully the future for many more.

via ColorTracking in OpenFrameworks on Vimeo.

We are all searching for durable mutations. Sharing can improve the durability.


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