LightAct 4.3.1 brings many early access features into the spotlight, along with some exciting new integrations and improvements. You can discover what they are below:
Receive the position, orientation, and velocity data for the desired Antilatency Tag, and then use this information in Layer Layouts.
Obtain an incoming stream from your ZED 2 depth camera directly in LightAct.
Analyze the movement of pixels from frame to frame.
Find all groups of connected pixels, or blobs, in an Image.
Distinguish foreground objects from the background.
Perform subtraction between two CV inputs.
Combine several cvMats into one choosing one of the suggested modes such as Max, Min, Sum, or simply None.
Convert CV image into another color format such as grayscale, RGB or RGBA.
Other Computer vision nodes include Threshold, Erode, and Dilate nodes.
Measure the distance between different Objects in your Viewport.
Visualize individual LEDs of a BlackTrax tracking system.
Have a 3D Object follow object tracking data from one of several object tracking protocols LightAct supports.
A new video layer template, designed to be easily controllable through DMX, OSCIn, or the Curve Editor.
Render your desired Texture to a newly created Canvas with the exact Texture Resolution.
Choose the best position for a new Marker or Layer by pressing M or L and dragging your mouse cursor along the Sequence window until you find the perfect spot.
Fly your camera up and down by holding a right-click and pressing the Q and E keys.