We've added three features that we hope you'll enjoy — support for playing videos, camera nodes, and the ability to export Vuo compositions as standalone Mac OS X applications. This release is also packed with editor improvements, more example compositions, and performance enhancements.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.
Back in February, the Vuo community voted on which devices and protocols were most important for Vuo to implement first. Syphon came in near the top of the list — and it's here! Vuo 0.5.2, available for subscribers to download now, includes Syphon support — let video integration begin!read more
Vuo's beta release will support the Leap Motion device — use hand and finger tracking to interact with your compositions!
Yesterday, Leap Motion announced our collaboration on their developer blog. Check it out.
(P.S. — Only 12 hours left to help kickstart Vuo and get your free T-shirt!)read more
Travis here from Team Vuo with a last call for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to become a Vuo Founder. We're launching our public beta on October 24th. (Once the beta is released, the Founder option will no longer be available.)
With more Vuo Founders, we can continue to develop Vuo as fast as we can, and keep on track with our roadmap.read more
Hey. Travis here, with some news on our progress with Vuo.
Whether you're learning how Vuo works, trying to piece together a new idea, or you have a live performance in 10 minutes and you just discovered you need to modify a composition — it's helpful to be able to see what your composition is doing, every step of the way.read more
We're delighted when we get to share Vuo with others, and a few days ago we got a chance to do just that.
Vuo developer Jaymie Strecker presented at the College of Wooster's Mathematics and Computer Science Colloquium, a series of talks given by invited speakers throughout the year. Jaymie spoke to students and faculty about Vuo from a developer's point of view. Jaymie explained how the Vuo compiler works, and how the evolving needs of multimedia artists have driven Vuo’s design.
Here's the video:read more