Managing different scenes and moving between them in an efficient manner can seem like a daunting task. You start to think about all the different tools and networks you need to make just to get this simple functionality in your project. Never fear!
We’ve all been there. Deep in a few scripts and barely hanging on to what we understand about Python as we try to wrangle a strange set of features together. And then BAM. Errors.
If we had a dollar for every time a client asked for interactive particle systems, we'd be rich! But it can a bit tricky for new and intermediate developers to navigate particle systems, metaballs, and forces.
If you’ve decided to be a freelance artist or developer, you might be wondering to yourself if it’s worth setting up an LLC or corporation. What are the pros? What are the cons? You’ve probably heard lots of people talking about but maybe it seems like a lot of work?
Kaleidoscopes are fantastic effects! Not only can they be created as their own unique pieces of art, they can also be a great for turning basic content pieces into more interesting pieces that can be used as ambient content in your projects.
Remote access is…..a pain to say the least. There are tons of options, everyone has an opinion, and all IT departments at venues/offices have tons of rules about what apps are able to be run on their networks. In short, there’s no easy answer.
Our industry thrives on user inputs, interactions, and data streams. While these are normally exciting things to work with they can also be areas in your project where errors could pop up.
Point clouds are becoming increasingly popular both in offline and real-time usages. One challenge that a lot of developers face is cleaning up and clipping their point clouds.
For some, MIDI is a thing of the past and a protocol you’ve likely not touched in years. For many developers, especially those working with artists, music equipment, or other sound-focused softwares, MIDI is still one of the go-to staple protocols to use.