vvvvhat happened in January 2023February 1, 2023
Dear patcher people!
Hope your new year is going as happy as ours. We’re currently in full swing polishing the upcoming vvvv gamma 2022.5 release. No ETA yet but we don’t have any big issues around anymore, mostly cleanup. One feature in particular that still needed a re-think for the new “precompiled by default” behavior was “Browsable Packages”, see this comment in the forum.
So please go ahead, read about what’s new and report if you find any issues with it.
Note how one big new thing is the ability to export Console apps for running them on Linux. If this is your thing, make sure to read Deploying to a Raspberry Pi to get you started.
And we had another juicy meetup just a few weeks ago. If you haven’t had a chance to join, treat yourself to this recording of the 20th worldwide vvvv meetup:
Many thanks to those of you who help complete vvvv with countless additions! For an overview of libraries available for vvvv start here.
We got some new ones:
We received updates to the following:
- VL.Kairos plus demo video
Plus a new entry in the forum’s work-in-progress section:
A quick reminder that we recently added a feature to share screenshots with the world, called Show & Tell. Big shout out to texone who’s regularly posting sneak peeks of the Fuse developments to the fediverse! Here two examples in case you missed them:
Please keep them coming. And everyone else: Be the next to join and share your doodles…
- Always keep an eye on the vvvv job board
- There are often some more on The Interactive & Immersive Job Board and dasauge.de
- If you need a vvvv specialist or are one yourself, check out this listing of vvvv specialists available for hire
That was it for January. Anything to add? Please do so in the comments!