In this release we've added dozens of nodes to expand what you can do with Vuo. They include supporting Kinect depth + RGB input (sooner than we planned!), a new layer node set (great for compositing 2D images), advanced movie features (get frame at time, variable playback rates, mirror looping), scenegraph improvements (drawing points and lines, improved performance), and several nodes that make interaction easier (Toggle, Became True, Is Within Range, Measure Time) and more. Packaged with these developments are new, interesting sample compositions, such as FlipPhoto.vuo, BounceLineStrip.vuo, and SimulateFilmProjector.vuo. There are also significant improvements to the editor, including the ability to manually fire events from a trigger port, and the ability to select which type converter to insert when connecting a cable. It's amazing that so much has come together in the last few weeks.

Please read the release notes for the full details. Subscribers can download Vuo 0.5.4 (which includes the example compositions) by logging in to https://vuo.org/user, then clicking the Subscriber tab.

And we just posted a 2-part tutorial on working with the Leap Motion Controller in Vuo. Check out part 1 and part 2.

Also, we've been working behind the scenes on the Feature Request section of our website, and we hope to have it up by the end of the year. Stay tuned...

Thanks for your continued interest and support. We appreciate it!

— Jean Marie, Team Vuo

Introducing 0.5.4 video on Vimeo

New nodes in 0.5.4