vvvvhat happened in November 2019December 5, 2019 posted by: joreg
as promised for some years now, we have shipped Executable Export with vvvv gamma 2019.2. Try it, it is just a click and you get a standalone program out of your patch, which you can run on any Windows 10 PC.
Wanna know how we do it? Read all about it in the article with the poetic title: New Roslyn based backend. And while we’re techical, if you’re so inclined you may also be interested in our talk at DotNextConf in which we presented vvvv to an audience of .NET developers who had never heard of us before.
To give them an easy way to explore vvvv we also created this preliminary new website with a focus on vvvv gamma: visualprogramming.net
But just before that we’ve also released the latest and greatest of the beta series: vvvv beta 39 which now comes with goodies like a WebSocket client node and PBR (physically based rendering) shaders and of course an up-to-date version of VL.
Aaaand if you’re interested in our progress with Xenko (3d rendering for vvvv gamma), make sure to watch the live-stream of our last berlin meetup where tonfilmuser and everyoneishappyuser demonstrate the status of VL.Xenko ShaderFX.
We’re closing 2019 with the following events:
- December 12 from 6pm: Free vvvv gamma workshop in Berlin
- December 12 from 8pm: Patching Circle - a vvvv support group
- December 13: Full day workshop: Visualprogramming for Coders
Two new things:
- OBJExport (DX11.Geometrybeta-contribution) by antokhiouser
- VL.Audio an initial version supporting audio playback and FFT analysis
GalleryThe vvvv Show-Off-Reel: A staff pick of projects realized by you
In addition there’ve been a few new projects reported:
- Latent Being by Refik Anadol, still on show in Berlin until January
- Luftschreiber by clmnsuser
- Interactive Tracking Table by clmnsuser
- Illuminarium 2019 by colorsounduser
That was it for November. Anything to add? Please do so in the comments!
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