WE ARE NO LONGER USING SOURCEFORGE. Please visit http://www.upstage.org.nz for the most up-to-date code (v3 to be released january 2014, beta version available November 2013) and information.

UpStage is a web-based venue for cyberformance: artists compile digital media in real time to create live theatrical performance for online audiences.

Features

  • web-based platform for live online performance
  • real-time manipulation of media including graphics, audio, text2speech, live drawing and web cams
  • audience interaction via text chat
  • cross platform, cross browser
  • no download or installation required for audience or players

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  • i have been there since the beginning - so even though UpStage is entering its teens i cannot help but feel love for it

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Education, End Users/Desktop, Other Audience

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

ActionScript, Python

Registered

2003-12-17