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Web app that hosts creative projects made with WebGL, Three.js, d3 and Famo.us with UI components inspired by analog signal processing.
Web app that hosts creative projects made with WebGL, Three.js, d3 and Famo.us with UI components inspired by analog signal processing.
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      Liam Bray on May 4, 2016

      Hey Stephen, any updates?

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      AV on March 30, 2015

      Do you have a ETA on roll out?

    3. Stephen Belovarich 2-time creator on December 4, 2014

      Mark,

      In response to your first question. Those frameworks are scoped to be supported by Synth, but will not be essential to the development of the web app. For that purpose, Angular will be primarily used backed by MongoDB and services running on Node.js. As for the roadmap, I will publish a roadmap in the near future, probably in the beginning of January. It may not come in the form of Google Docs, but I will take into consideration backer requests and give beta testers a way to comment on tasks. Thanks for your interest in the project!

      Steve

    4. Mark Marijnissen on December 4, 2014

      Also, would you allow backers / beta-testers to influence the project? I think a great way would be to put up a living design document (i.e. a Google Doc). People can write and comment to get feedback and clarity about the direction and roadmap you're heading.

    5. Mark Marijnissen on December 4, 2014

      Have you decided on the tech. stack yet? You wrote MEAN in your e-mail, and you mention everything on Kickstart (D3, famo.us, three.js, etc).

    6. Stephen Belovarich 2-time creator on November 28, 2014

      Sam, I updated the project and linked out to the alpha build today! I will do some research and find out what is possible with OSC. What devices would you like to use that communicate over OSC? Would you like to use an existing app like Lemur or Touch OSC for instance?

    7. MyndGazer on November 27, 2014

      Hi, I'm one of your backers. This is a great project. I think you should link to the online alpha version from the Kickstarter page so that people can play with it and see how cool it is.
      Any plans to have OSC input in the beta. That would be very useful. I could use that immeadiately.
      -Sam