Images, Layers, and 3D Objects

Images, Layers, and 3D Objects in Vuo

The differences between images, layers, and 3D objects in Vuo, and how to use layers

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Hi, I’m Jean Marie from Team Vuo. If you are new to graphics, you might feel a little confused or overwhelmed with Vuo’s ability to input, create, and mix images and 3D objects, and the special terms that are used when working with graphics. In this tutorial we’re going to lay some groundwork for you. Vuo has three main types of nodes for working with graphics: images, layers, and 3D objects. Images are pictures. They could be photographs or computer generated artwork. You can load external images into Vuo using Vuo’s "Get Image" node.

Using Syphon to send and receive video

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Using VDMX and Vuo together, with Syphon as the link.

How to send a video from another app to Vuo for effects processing, then send the video back to the other app, using Syphon as the link

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2015 October update: VDMX now natively supports playing and controlling Vuo compositions, so you don't need to use Syphon for VDMX!

1 Hey, I’m Travis with Team Vuo. In this tutorial we’re going to walk through how to build a Vuo composition that receives video from VDMX, processes the video, then sends it back into VDMX.

Image Flip horizontal/vertical node

Image filter/node for flipping image horizontally/vertically or both. Mostly for 2D.

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Notes from Team Vuo

Vuo Pro: 

No — available with both Vuo and Vuo Pro licenses

Complexity: 

●○○○ — Up to a few days of work

Potential: 

●○○ — Appeals to current community

Implemented in Vuo version: 

Vuo and Leap Motion — Part 1

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Vuo and Leap Motion — Part 1

How to use the Leap Motion controller to manipulate an image in real time

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1 
Hey I’m Travis with team Vuo. In the following tutorials we'll explore how Vuo and the Leap Motion controller can be used together as a powerful medium for creativity.

2 
Let’s begin by defining what we're working with. I’ll start with what I can hold — the Leap Motion Controller. It's a physical device that easily fits in my hand. It plugs into a computer via usb port and functions as a controller.

Vuo and Leap Motion — Part 2

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Vuo and Leap Motion — Part 2

How to use the Leap Motion controller to manipulate an image in real time

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1 Now let's delete the Twirl Image, Leap Motion example composition and build it together, step by step. To start off, I'm going to work on inserting our image into the composition. To do this, we need to generate an event in order to set the process in motion, so I'm going to go to the node library and type in “start.” And we'll drag Fire on Start onto the canvas. Now, when we start the composition, Fire on Start will send an event outward from its "started" port, which will tell the other nodes that it's linked to, that it's time to perform their function.

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