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Brainstorm Table Prototype (October)

David Nunez
David Nunez
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Here we go. This is the prototype of the Brainstorm Table interface I had written way back in October. It’s gone light years from this stage to now. (I’m going to post quite a bit of stuff re: Project progress in the upcoming weeks as part of the “release early, often” resolution. No more “Top Secret” if not absolutely necessary!)

I have no idea how slow this old version will run on your machine through your browser. I scaled this down quite a bit to fit in my blog space, as well. Unfortunately, this means you won’t see some of the detail going on at the edges. The latest version is optimized for a standalone machine and is at a much larger size (because it will be projected onto a surface). Furthermore, the application is running off of dummy data (ex. no microphones are driving the simulation).

See if you can figure out what’s going on. I’ll be posting the latest version along with a project description/package sometime soon.

(WARNING: FLASH REQUIRED)01.10.03 21:47 – Removed Flash Object… wasn’t rendering on many browsers.


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