It would be so nice to have the solution to Render a 2D-Szene into live LaserShow ILDA Analog Output. Features could be Scan-Rate, Savety-Zone (reduce Brightness for defined Public-Zone), Invert and Zoom X/Y. this would expand your customers Potential and turn VUO into a sound-reactive LaserShow Machine.

thanks zora

Component: 

Notes from Team Vuo

Vuo Pro: 

Yes — requires a Vuo Pro license

Complexity: 

●●○○ — A few weeks of work

Potential: 

●●○ — Could expand community

Comments

@marcozora, Ether Dream

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marcozora, Ether Dream sounds like a good choice. There's an open-source library for streaming point data to the interface via ethernet (https://github.com/j4cbo/j4cDAC/tree/master/driver/libetherdream), so we could use that.

Anebo, it looks like the protocol for Fiesta.NET (and its successor, Moncha.NET) is proprietary — meaning the company hasn't provided a way for developers to communicate with the device. If you know of an open protocol or SDK, please let us know.

etherdream is the right

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etherdream is the right choice.. because it work - but to complex for me with MAX/MSP :)) im a beginner and VUO is what i love to work with... with a node for ILDA rendering i could use it for sound reactive laser animations... please make this node <3

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