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Thanks, it's comfy here.
I'm not one for Shakespeare. I love the stories and humor, but can't get over the writing and subtle phrasing. Any other recommendations for the more casual high school reader? Doesn't have to be too easy, just not Shakespearean. Sophie's World comes to mind, if you want me to put a pin on reading level.
As for speedreading, I guess I just want to rid myself of that internal voice as I read.
I've been wanting to produce edm, chillstep, and ambient. I'm collecting samples from friends in the jazz band, so that's going well. As for who I like, it really depends. I'm a big fan of Tycho, Savant, Blackmill, RL Grime, and Flume when it comes to electronic.
In other genres, Parov Stelar, Goldfish, Brandon Flowers, and Springsteen are welcome any day. I also like listening to albums of bands I've never heard of when I'm bored or at my computer.
I know I wouldn't be able to focus on the movie so well if wandering were implemented. Perhaps movies will be a combination of wandering scenes and fixed scenes. I feel I would be distracted as a viewer with that liberty, but who knows?
What I would like is to watch a movie completely through the eyes of one secondary character. Or maybe, the movie can be watched from differing viewpoints. That would be an incredible feeling, to tangibly see movies from the characters' perspectives.
Or, say you watch a VR movie with some friends, and each of you watch from different characters' perspectives. The discussion would be so enriched and full. The depth could finally be explored to the average viewer.
Aesthetics seem to be the biggest boundary, but the possibilities excite me as well.
Yea, I play trombone in high school wind ensemble/jazz band/symphony orchestra. Can't draw, although I know it's just practice and proportions for the most part. A friend gave me a copy of FL Studio Producer's edition, so I've been exploring that in my free time. I'll let you know when I create something, and I'd certainly welcome feedback.
One more question. Was the sound from the video live, or overlaid in After Effects?
Incredible! I just made the move here from reddit, and am so pleased by the OC! Very inspiring stuff. Which software did you use for the projection/audio? What degree have you been working for?