Delicode is a Helsinki, Finland based award winning boutique specializing in developing software and entertainment for depth sensors like the Microsoft Kinect. We also offer consultation on custom solutions for clients. We are:
Delicode Ltd: "Scars" music video, 2013 Berlin Independent Film Festival, Selected Screenings
Delicode Ltd: "Scars" music video, 2013, London Independent Film Festival, Selected Screenings
NI mate™ is our flagship product, a versatile software
that turns real-time motion capture data from a supported sensor device - such as a Microsoft Kinect or similar - into two industry standard protocols: OSC
(Open Sound Control) and MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface). The software is now available for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. For more information see the official NI mate webpages.
Z Vector™ is the world's first professional VJ and visualization tool designed for depth sensors such as the Microsoft Kinect or the PrimeSense Carmine. The software is now in an open beta phase and available for download. An early version of the software
was used to create the music video "Scars" for the
Finnish electronic duo Phantom. Find out more from official Z Vector webpages.
Kinetic Stories™ is a series of storybooks that mix traditional storytelling with the latest developments in motion tracking and speech recognition technology. You can find out more about this upcoming interactive book series by Delicode from the official Kinetic Stories webpages.
We take part in a large number of events related to technology, graphics and music every year. If you are visiting any of these events and would like to meet us, please don't hesitate to book a meeting through the contact form or by calling CEO Julius Tuomisto at +358 50 413 5412.
On friday evening this week Z Vector will be providing Kebu with visuals on the big screen of the Assembly Computer Festival - the biggest "demo scene" event of the year. On saturday Delicode CEO Tuomisto will be talking about the software at the ArtTech seminar held in conjunction with the event: http://www.assembly.org/summer13/seminars/sessions#zvector
This week we talked and showcased at Illusion: Games and Music, an event for the Finnish game industry held yearly at Joensuun Tiedepuisto. You can see a glimpse of Z Vector powered visuals on the Finnish TV channel MTV3's reportage about the event.