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19. vvvv worldwide meetup

November 7, 2022 posted by: david Guest Post
Location:NODE Institute
Where:Wipperstrasse 13, 12055 Berlin, Germany
From:11 Nov 2022 20:00
To:11 Nov 2022 23:00

We’re meeting on Friday November 11th 8pm CET! The meetup will take place live in Berlin. However, participants can also take part remotely from anywhere in the world.

It is a place to meet and exchange ideas and experiences with other users and the development team. The meetup is open to anyone who wants to join, no matter if you are a vvvv expert or beginner, a famous or breadless artists, a designhead or technologist, a piano player or techno musician.

We are especially open for newcomers and curious beginners and we try to make this meetup as diverse as possible but with a focus on vvvv and VL. The meetup follows the Berlin Code of Conduct.

Confirmed contributions so far:

  • Natan Sinigaglia (dottore) giving an update on Kairos
  • vvvv group giving updates on latest developments of vvvv

Want to share your work?

Please do! Anything more or less related to vvvv, yourself and your projects. Share some thoughts, share your funny fails. Or just join and vibe with us… Submissions are welcome, please drop us a line: meetup@vvvv.org

Do I need to know vvvv or VL to join this meetup?

No, absolutely not. The presentations will be about projects, patches, plugins, contributions, or simple add ons made with or for vvvv, but you do not need to know it to enjoy the meetup.

Attending in Berlin

To secure your spot in the NODE Institute in Berlin, please get a free ticket. Tickets are limited to 30 attendants.

Attending remotely

Join the Zoom Meeting
Please write your name + vvvv so we can let you in the call.

Watching only

Any questions? Get in touch via meetup@vvvv.org. See you there!


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