So far my practice is as follows
MaxMsp ---- Syphon-----\
Processing--Syphon------VDMX ---- MAD MAPER
If Modul8 would have the options I need I would be overjoyed and my system would be much more stable
ilan wrote:@JaylikeBird MapMapMap is a module for Modul8 that was created by Anomes. It is essentially a greatly enhanced version of the perspective transform module. You are likely referring to MadMapper.
What you all need to do is to step back and look at the bigger picture:
- Resolume Ave 3 took 6 years to develop
- VDMX5 is still in beta
- Grand VJ was not a major leap in evolution from Arkaos and that too took years to develop and release
Despite these conditions these companies have continued to exist.
If you are not happy with what exists, there are plenty of other tools to choose from. If you want amazing flexibility and an effective open wide choice of building what you want you can jump into processing or Open Frameworks. This is where most people go when they want to take their visuals 'to the next level.'
From a personal perspective if you are just doing visuals, then I would try to spend more time exploring innovative approaches to building installations that you can project on, as the effectiveness of simple screen projection is quickly becoming the spectacle of the past. Hence the introduction of MadMapper.
At the current time Modul8 is making a lot of people very happy. People who are new to VJ'ing or just using it for artistic purposes or event production purposes who don't even know what VJ'ing. These people are making future development possible for us as well as maintaining very responsive technical support.
To answer this thread firmly and conclusively, we are definitely working Modul8.