Eyebeam held a large-scale, team-based digital storytelling event at its Chelsea, NY exhibition space from December 13th-Dec 16th. The project was organized in collaboration with The Creators Project, a global arts and technology from Intel and Vice, and award-winning visual effects company Framestore.
The event, dubbed "New Cinema", was the first event concentrating on team-based brainstorming, design, and systematic development of new hybrid digital storytelling methods which can shape the ways in which we think about possible futures of cinema. All projects were realized by unorthodox methods and takes on fresh creative coding approaches, commercial and open source software and hardware hacks, and "creative misuse" of the latest camera, sensor and computer technologies.
KinectToPin lets you record motion capture data with a Kinect camera and import it into After Effects. New 3D data import means your characters are no longer stuck facing the camera, audio playback during recording means multiple characters can stay in sync, and the the After Effects UI panel with automatic setup and rigging means you can be up and running in minutes. Created by Nick Fox-Gieg and Victoria Nece.