Think outside the box.
Connect all your devices, and use them to control your visuals in ways other VJs haven't even dreamt of.
Vuo has built-in support for:
- Leap Motion
- Arduino and other serial devices
- USB HID
- Xbox Kinect
- Live audio and video input
- Art-Net (Vuo Pro license)
…with more coming every release.
Use Vuo with your favorite mixing and mapping apps.
You can use Vuo by itself, or make content for the VJ apps you already know and love.
Open your Vuo compositions natively in CoGe, and mix them together with video clips. You can even use CoGe's interface to change parameters in your compositions.
Vuo supports Syphon, so you can send output in realtime to lots of other VJ apps, like:
- Resolume Avenue & Arena
- ArKaos GrandVJ
Or you can render your compositions to high-quality movies, and mix them in any other VJ app.
Here's what VJs are doing with Vuo.
Imagine scratching the air like a turntable to make a particle system groove.
Anthony Gene Guterac made it happen with his Vuo composition, controlled by Leap Motion and live audio input, for his VJ set at Sónar 2015 in Barcelona.
When performing live at clubs throughout Japan, Satoshi Kanata likes to begin with a minimal set of materials, then transform them over the course of the show in a way that tells a story.
This style of performing has led Satoshi to seek out a creative platform that is, in his own words, "fast and light."
Take it for a spin.
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