Hexler has introduced TouchViz – a new app that turns an iPad 2 into a VJ system.
- Import up to 125 videos into your set via iTunes File Sharing or from the iPad’s library
- Playback and mix two channels of video with independent playback speed control
- Display the output on an external screen or projector using any iPad-compatible video-out adapter
- Use the iPad’s front and back-facing cameras as input to integrate live footage into your set
- Apply one of 17 effect filters to each channel and the master output
- Control effect parameters using the multi-touch enabled preview area
- Preview the output in full-screen on the iPad
- Save and load your set to recall, backup or transfer sets between iPads using iTunes File Sharing
- Configure the interface layout to your preference
- 10 demo clips by Hexler and Pixeldelay included
- CoreMIDI support allows full control of TouchViZ wirelessly using OS X CoreMIDI Network sessions, using iPad MIDI interfaces such as iRig MIDI, iConnectMIDI, MIDI Mobilizer II, Yamaha i-MX1, or by connecting a compatible USB MIDI-controller using the iPad Camera Connection Kit
- Open Sound Control support allows full control of TouchViZ over WiFi from any application that supports OSC such as Max/MSP, PureData, Max4Live, TouchOSC and others
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like there’s a video demo of this yet. Which seems pretty important for a VJ system.
TouchViz is $9.99 in the App Store.