Oh, come on, Tobias.
Give us the rotating Space Shuttle, too, on the kitchen’s wall screen!
That would be awesome!
Hey Roger, you noticed;) And now that you did … sure: I’ve updated the
demo … it now shows the embedded video IFrame also in the embedded
IFrame 3D model on the HMI.
I don’t see it in one of the previous links? What I meant to suggest was the levels
Car dashboard -> kitchen -> space shuttle
within 1 movie.
Here is more IFrame madness:
This is nice, too, having it shown in parallel.
I’ve also though about a “full M.C. Escher” demo thingy … a 3D scene
with an embedded IFrame in the scene that points to the scene itself.
In the Netherlands this is also known as the ‘Droste effect’: a nurse carying a tray with a can of cocoa. On the tin, there is a picture of that nurse carrying a tray with that tin, etc.
I think I know how to break the infinite recursion, but a day only has
24h and there is so much else to do … it’s really more a little demo
for our real-time technology.
I figured that people are actually attracted by moving, colorful stuff
… me I get excited about numbers - I could talk a day and more about
the perversity called the real numbers and stuff … well;)
So I thought lets hack something flashy together … WebGL is pretty easy
and gets things done very fast. Really neat!
Since that “do sth flashy” approach seems to work better than my
“numbers”, we’ll do more in the future … spread, share, like;)
Apparently the attention of the human brain gets especially triggered when there’s ‘danger’ involved in such scenes. So your selling story has to compete with those kind of outside world signals.
That’s a principle used in the ‘Head first’ books. You might try to find some scene with a lion or tiger approaching fast. Or ‘functional nude’
On Saturday, November 16, 2013 4:26:30 PM UTC+1, Tobias Oberstein wrote:
Am 15.11.2013 20:32, schrieb Roger Erens: