friends who made a cinema camera out of industrial cameras are getting excited about gig-e vision for live video work. as am i.

more on this will come. in the meantime, hospitality at brixton academy was round the corner, had a friend running visuals, and i’d just

i’ve been hacking on something with @ArtistEngineers’s @arronsmith… pretty excited #livecameraonawire pic.twitter.com/vi9rLsw7h8

— toby*spark (@tobyspark) September 27, 2013 %22%3ESeptember%2027,%202013%3C/a%3E%3C/blockquote%3E%0A%3Cscript%20async%20src=%22//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js%22%20charset=%22utf-8%22%3E%3C/script">got our plug-in running at 60fps.

  • soak test with d'n'b frequencies: check.
  • flexibility of just dropping in the tiny camera on it’s single cable: check.
  • image quality: check, the cheap-ass lens i used was surprisingly good, and i have a high-quality prime lined up.

while i’m here, justin has done a fine job with the hospitality staging - the massive ‘h’ fixture is proper class, and the visuals were perfectly designed for a judicious minimum of LED panels.