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@alexmitchellmus posted a new Feature Request, “Python Node

Python Node

This feature request is for a node that is able to accept Python code.

Instead of accepting different input types, (such as lists etc) it may be really useful to simply allow this node to parse Json, as a way of controlling composition flow, etc.

Considering that Python would not be fast enough, (pure Python) for image / audio processing, using Python as a control language for Vuo could make more sense.

There are already many tools within Python to work with Json already, so this could be very useful as IIRC that Vuo already uses Json as the format to connect nodes together?

Also there are many external libraries (such as NumPy) that do allow fast processing of data, so possibly we could access different types of Vuo data simply from the Json string?

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@alexmitchellmus commented on @alexmitchellmus's Feature Request, “Expand Floating info Pallets

Didn't notice that request.

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@alexmitchellmus posted a new Feature Request, “Expand Floating info Pallets

Expand Floating info Pallets

Currently we are able to click on ports to get info pallets, (and once clicked again remain on-screen).

I would like to be able to expand the view of these pallets to see more data contents, (if available).

Alternatively contents could be shown in a scrolling window within the pallet.

Attached image using an example composition (simply as a quick example with arrows)

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@alexmitchellmus posted a new Feature Request, “AVDepthdata support

AVDepthdata support

Apple has recently announced a new protocol in AVFoundation called AVDepthdata.

This will allow iPhones to be able to save depth data, and could allow usage similar to Kinect etc.

It may be cool for Vuo to support this protocol, for use with iPhones, (and future products using this format).


Notes from Team Vuo

Vuo Pro: 

Yes — requires a Vuo Pro license


●●○○ — A few weeks of work


●○○ — Appeals to current community