My St Enoch Square Motion Tracking pieces remain one of the biggest projects I’ve worked on, and I’m really pleased that an updated version has now been used in the video for Royal Wood’s The Glory, directed by Adam Makarenko.
You can see the effect in action around the 2:35 mark.
Adam contacted me a few months ago about using the program, and I made some updates to it, adding things like a functioning interface(!) and support for different image sizes(!!). I also refactored the Voronoi/Delaunay code to use ToxicLibs which made it much more stable, and updating it for Processing 2.0 made a big increase in speed. I’m hoping to have an opportunity to develop it further at some point- using shaders for some if the image processing should make it faster- and a proper file loader and preset system would make it much more useable.
It’s really great to see what someone with a bit more artistic vision can do with tools that you’ve made, so thanks to Adam for the opportunity and the great work.