Award at Assembly computer festival

Postdoctoral researcher Kyrre Glette participated in (and won!) the 64kB intro competition at the Assembly computer festival in Helsinki. A 64kB intro is an executable program in 64kB which includes realtime generation of graphics and music.

The animation includes a dancing robot, where the motion is based on data recorded with our new Qualisys infrared motion capture system.

Graphics programming done by Kim Kalland, Thomas Kristensen and Kyrre Glette. Sound programming and music by Gergely Szelei-Kis.

Tags: animation, graphics, music, sound, robot, motion capture By Alexander Refsum Jensenius
Published July 23, 2012 3:29 PM - Last modified Aug. 28, 2020 9:20 PM