Just read that TB now acts as a TCP bridge between Macs. I remember seeing something Toby was working with to do with a Syphon Mac-2-Mac link last year. Any chance of seeing a TB2 mac-2-mac link in the future?
I (Tom, not Toby) played with networked Syphon a while back, but it isn’t fantastic over ethernet – I guess I ought to see what happens with thunderbolt – though cable length would be an issue for a lot of potential uses.
Thinking of chaining a couple of MBPs together one for rendering the other for streaming. Then again with the HDMI out and a inexpensive BMD MiniRecorder on TB port in it’s not so hard these days with the latest model I guess.
Yes more interns and time, that’s what Cesar probably wanted most too.
ZeroMQ looks really interesting. I came to know about it via VUO team last year. I’ve been wanting to do a live presentation via web thing that caches the slide images locally then advances thru them via web messages. Hardly needs ZeroMQ low-latency approach but I thought why not. Anyone interested in working on a proof of concept with me?
will have a look at sykick-sycatch when I get a 2nd modern Mac sounds neat. FW would be fine for me although I already bring two cameras in that way (but have 3 ports thanks to the 17″ MBP’s PCcard slot which hosts a two port FW800 card).