[AG-TECH] VP & UChicago SVN repository
thibault.daoulas at canterbury.ac.nz
Tue May 5 18:22:20 CDT 2009
Sure I can place some information there. This version should be
cross-platform indeed, since the libraries used are all cross-platform
(OpenCV, GLFW, FTGL, DevIL). However I am not familiar at all with
configure scripts, and I have been working modifying manually the
Makefile (it is currently working on Ubuntu), though trying to
understand how to deal with configure scripts, so this must be sorted
Jason Bell wrote:
> To save others from re-inventing the wheel, would it be possible to place some information and current status up on the "Projects" webpage. See http://www.accessgrid.org/projects. I would suggest placing it under media tools.
> BTW, Is this OpenGL version cross platform? As I would be interested in having a look at it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thibault Daoulas [mailto:thibault.daoulas at canterbury.ac.nz]
> Sent: Wednesday, 6 May 2009 07:42 AM
> To: Andrew Ford; ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov
> Subject: Re: [AG-TECH] VP & UChicago SVN repository
> Hi Andrew,
> I asked the same question a few months ago, looked up into VP code,
> and eventually decided to develop an OpenGL interface to deal with the
> videos in a 3d space, with different modes with various views, automatic
> layout algorithms, manual managing of the videos, and various filtering
> options on the videos up to some visual perceptual features.
> The new architecture developed should allow easily to add new layout
> algorithms, new interaction devices, and implement new filters to add to
> the current filter pipeline I have also been working on.
> My work on this is now over, since it is the end of my internship
> now here at the HIT Lab NZ, but this OpenGL version for VIC should be
> available soon, and I would be pleased to answer any question with this
> regards, and show you screenshots of this work.
> Andrew Ford wrote:
>> Does anyone know if VP is still being actively developed? Here at RIT
>> we're looking to develop a better interface for dealing with lots of
>> videos, and it might be best for us to build on that instead of
>> reinventing the wheel.
>> Also, the SVN repository that, I think, holds the VP code as well as
>> AGVCRtoMPEG2 and some other projects seems to be down at the moment.
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