You can help pick the features that go into Vuo 1.3 by voting for your favorites. You can improve your Vuo skills with our new tutorials and a tip about the Process List node. And, have you seen the videos of Vuo being used to VJ in a planetarium?read more
Design and build live interactive media with Vuo — a visual programming environment. Drag, drop, and connect Vuo's building blocks to make your own graphics, animations, sounds, apps, UI prototypes, and more. With Vuo, artists and creative people can create audio, visual, and mixed multimedia effects with ease.
Vuo 0.9 comes with 79 new nodes, and over 30 new example compositions to help you learn how the new nodes work. We've added nodes for receiving live video input via QuickTime — including the built-in iSight camera on MacBooks and iMacs. We also have new nodes for filtering images, blending objects and layers, using lists, and controlling the logic flow in your composition.
We added several new features to the editor, like the ability to drag media files directly onto the canvas and have the corresponding node automatically pop up. You can now drag cables backwards and edit published ports with sliders (essential when creating compositions for VJ apps like CoGe), and search for nodes by port names, too.
We've significantly improved stability and live coding performance, and have many more improvements in the works for 1.0.read more
Hey, it's Travis from Team Vuo. Lots of cool things have been happening since our 0.8 release:
CoGe adds support for Vuo
CoGe has released a public beta with experimental support for Vuo compositions! CoGe allows mixing and compositing inputs from a variety of sources, including Quartz Composer, Syphon, and live cameras — and now adds Vuo to the mix.read more
Vuo 0.8 is our biggest release yet, with 44 new nodes! We included 2 user-submitted feature requests — a barcode reader, and the ability to make windows full-screen on startup and change other window parameters. This release also includes our first premium node sets — the ability to render stereoscopic 3D images, and image warping for projection onto planetariums and other surfaces.read more