vvvvhat happened in August 2016September 2, 2016 posted by: joreg
let me do you a favour by wrapping up all the wonderfull things that happened this past month in our little univvvverse.
Our own stuff first: we released a new set of Arduino nodes, redesigned together with jens.a.euser and completely patched in VL, see Arduino Second Service.
Probably the most active month since we have records, fasten your seatbelts, here comes two major new contributions:
- tonfilmuser and sponsors give us the essential: VVVV.OpenVRbeta-contribution
- u7angeluser boosts our all productivity with his Automata UIbeta-contribution
Automata UI by u7angel
wow already, but there are some more shiny new things:
- ColorPickerbeta-contribution by lecloneuruser
- SpoutControlsbeta-contribution by digitalwannabeuser and leadedgeuser
- Vioso vwf Calibration Loaderbeta-contribution by manueluser
- 3D LUT Color Gradingbeta-contribution by enouser and uncuser
- ReactionDiffusion DX9 & DX11 TextureFXbeta-contribution by ravazquezuser
and there’ve been updates to the following:
- vpmbeta-contribution by microdeeuser
- TetGenbeta-contribution by digitalwannabeuser
- CookTorranceMultiTexFresnelbeta-contribution by kimikiuser
plus some teasers:
aaaand we are grateful to ravazquezuser who translated quite some wiki pages to spanish. Gracias amigo!
GalleryFolding Patterns by Ann-Katrin Krenz
If Mrs. Krenz thinks she gets away with this, without doing a related workshop at node17 she has cut herself (traditional austrian saying). More beauty on http://frau-krenz.de/folding-patterns
- blausanduser demoes his Oktoskop.
- featherfurluser has some quite fluid Light Trails going.
- Svdkuser did a vvvv on Supercollider livecoding session.
- kld4user documented two projects: Ezagutu Bilbao! and Dank.
- Students of the Interactive Architecture course at the Bartlett in London found some use for vvvv: A Portable Air Driven System for Kinetic Structures and Real-Time Object Tracking Systems.
- Kimchi and Chips talk about their project Light Barrier 3rd Edition.
- ggmluser is doing weird stuff: aa
- Quadrature are preparing for their exhibition at this years Ars Electronica Festival: Von absurden Landschaften und habitablen Exoplaneten
And lastbutnotleast you shall be informed that the jury has selected two artists for the coming edition of the TADAEX/NODE Exchange Program. Horray to the lucky Lilian Nejatpour and Simon Weckert.
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And thats already it again. If i missed anything please add it in the comments. Have a good patch!
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