The UpStage development team has been joined by Vu Huynh, who is a front-end/VueJS developer. Vu joins us from Vietnam and will be working closely with Nguyen Hong Phat as we near our 1.0 release. Follow Vu on GitHub: https://github.com/vuhuynhsk8 That exciting release came ever […]
general news relating to UpStage
The latest beta release of UpStage secures streaming and introduces a distinction between “live” and “object” drawing.
Release R15-2021 of the beta UpStage v4 (codenamed 7-A39) introduces the ability to attach copyright and licensing details to individual media items.
Development of the new UpStage platform is continuing at a fast pace and we are now testing the audio-visual streaming tool. This article explains how to send a stream from your mobile phone to UpStage, using the Larix Broadcaster app. Larix is available for Android […]
What moves you? What stops you? These questions began and ended the first of two work-in-progress presentations of Mobliise/Demobilise, at the Bodies:On:Live festival at the end of June. We invited the audience to respond, which they did very enthusiastically, and used the live text and […]
Paul Rohrlach announces the release of version 0.4.0 of the UpStage software.
Two UpStage workshops were held recently at the Bodies:On:Live festival, offering a sneak preview of the new UpStage platform to those who registered in time – both workshops were fully booked several days in advance. The participants were mostly coming from physical theatre backgrounds, with […]
The public get their first sneak preview of the new UpStage platform in June: there will be work-in-progress presentations and two UpStage workshops at the Bodies:On:Live festival.
Helen Varley Jamieson gave e a presentation about cyberformance and UpStage at the Recto VRso International Digital Art Festival.
UpStage and the Mobilise/Demobilise project will be presented at this year’s Libre Graphics Meeting (LGM).