How to use the Leap Motion controller to manipulate an image in real time
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.
Hey I’m Travis with Team Vuo. In this tutorial we’re going to walk through how to get an image from the web and display it upon a window in Vuo.
To build this composition, let’s start by getting an image. We’ll go to the node library and type in "image." Now, all the nodes listed in the library are directly related to using an image in a composition. If we scroll down, here’s a node called "Get Image." If we hover the mouse over the node name, our tooltip pops up and says: "Retrieves the image from a specified URL." Excellent. We’ll drag and drop Get Image onto the canvas here.