New Resolume MIDI Controller with Video Buttons and Monitor
Which is the best Midi controller for Resolume? If we had a penny for every time we are asked that question, we would be
sipping caipirinhas developing Resolume on a sunny beach island resort.
But now we can finally answer it. This one!
This is a prototype of the upcoming custom Resolume controller that we have developed together with Akai.
It’s got full support for the Midi protocol, but the truly great thing is that it also has video feedback. The buttons are custom OLED buttons, that receive video data via OSC. So you can actually see what’s playing, and see a preview of your clips, with the active clip in full motion. Thumbnails are even updated in realtime when effects are applied.
All this OSC is actually controlled by the processor of an AR.Drone helicopter. After Bart ’accidentally’ broke ours (by landing it upside down from a first story building), we found out its internal motherboard actually runs Linux. We took this out and put it in the Midi controller with our own custom Linux distribution on it. This allows the controller to receive pixel data wirelessly with little to no delay.
We truly believe that this is the future of controllerism!
//EDIT April 2nd//
So to prevent people from sending emails asking about this controller two years from now, here's a little making of shot. Check out that duct tape action.
So yes, it was a hoax. Hope you all had a good laugh about it, and see you next year Posted by bart on Monday April 1, 2013 at 08:51
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