A single-player Kinect-based matching game, created and installed in Denver in November, 2012.
CacheFlowe performing live with the latest iteration of HaxVisual (part of Haxademic) in November, 2012.
A video intro/outro bumper created for Mode Set, via Haxademic.
KacheOut Recap Video
Big thanks to everybody who played and hung out. Create Denver was wet but fun.
You can see the time-lapse recap here, also generated by Haxademic:
KacheOut @ Create Denver Week 2012
Create Denver Week 2012 is almost upon us. It’s a showcase of Denver’s creative community, promoting local artists and industries. With an incredibly successful first year, Westword recently awarded CDW the honor of Best New Festival.
On Friday, May 11th from 7-8pm and 9-10pm, KacheOut (a video game built with the Haxademic library) will be on display at 14th and Champa on the LED screen on the side of the Performing Arts Center. Anyone will be able to take turns playing, and we promise fun.
A working view of KacheOut:
And the corner/LED screen in question:
The first music video rendered with Haxademic, using 6 channels of audio, analyzed separately to control the columns of graphics.
Live Haxademic visuals on 3 screens in Boston. Music by CacheFlowe
The Haxademic visual system on stage for the first time in October 2009. Performance by CacheFlowe