Circus Family, an audiovisual design studio in Amsterdam, used Vuo to create two projects that enchanted their audiences. These are two of several projects where Circus Family used Vuo. In The Rain Project, raindrops created a display of images, light, and sound in a natural forest, and in the Hema Sintersizer, children created songs with a giant music-making machine during the Dutch children's celebration, Sinterklaas. To learn more, about I interviewed Circus Family's Cas Dekker.
i'm attaching a .zip which contains source code, a procedure, and all the attendant files for a reproducible test case. more generally:
create a .vuo composition, save it to the node library
create another composition that instantiates and uses the first comp you made as a subcomposition
launch an application that uses a VuoCompiler to compile and link an executable. run the executable, and observe the output.
modify the subcomposition in a manner that would be visible
without quitting, compile/link the executable again. run the executable, and observe the output- i would expect the changes that were made to the subcomposition to be visible, but they are not: the compiled output reflects the state of the composition when it was compiled for the first time since the app was launched.
Have you found a workaround?:
yes, relaunching the application- which suggests that other workarounds of this type (compiling the .vuo comps in another process) would also probably be effective.
Yeah, your idea that maybe your barcode is being identified as the wrong kind of barcode sounds plausible. And adding the option to select the type of barcode (or to have it auto-detect, as it does now) sounds like a good fix, as well as a possible performance speedup.