A short video showing recent work done by the openFrameworks community.
Its by no means complete and we'll be doing new showreels over the coming months with much more of a comprehensive and reflective selection.
The clips were pulled algorithmically from vimeo videos tagged 'openFrameworks'
Thanks to everyone using OF, contributing code and inspiring the community with amazing work.
Keep it coming!!
Music: RL Grime - The Way U Do Remix - soundcloud.com/rlgrime/the-way-u-do-rl-grime-remix
Video Credits (in order of appearance).
Thanks to Roy for putting together the final Edit!
Chase no face
Zach Lieberman, Francisco Zamorano, Andy Wallace, and Michelle Calabro
Untitled Digital Art
Golan Levin, Chris Sugrue, and Kyle McDonald
SketchSynth – Drawable user interface
undef and Joshua Noble
Little Magic Stories
Starry night (interactive)
You fade to light
Client: Philips Lumiblade
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State of the Map
April 12 & 13, 2014
State of the Map is the annual United States conference for all OpenStreetMap users.
Whether you're a map enthusiast, using OpenStreetMap in your business or organization, or just curious to learn more about the free and editable map of the world, this is your event.# vimeo.com/91878018 Uploaded 715 Plays 4 Likes 0 Comments
This video demonstrate the use of our new EPANET plugin for QGIS.
Oslandia integrated EPANET into the processing framework of QGIS. This enables the user to run water distribution simulations on hydraulic networks.
Once the network elements are defined, you can setup their characteristics in QGIS, and run the simulation. New layers with the results are loaded, and can also be saved.
This plugin is fully integrated in QGIS. This means that it can use data from a PostGIS database, or whatever data format supported by QGIS. You can also build data processes including water simulations, with preprocessing or postprocessing of data. Then you can visualize the results and adapt the styles for a better understanding of your water network.
QGIS is an OpenSource project ( qgis.org )
EPANET is a water distribution simulation software created by the EPA ( see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EPANET )
This plugin has been developped by Oslandia ( oslandia.com ) and is released as opensource : github.com/Oslandia/qgis-epanet
Oslandia provides services around QGIS, PostGIS, this plugin and globally OpenSource GIS. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information : firstname.lastname@example.org# vimeo.com/87754967 Uploaded 3,878 Plays 1 Like 0 Comments