Perhaps some in the VUO community would be interested in a recent exhibition driven by Vuo.
A couple of images attached, but basically a outside viewing dome, the projection is on the inside as part of a Mandurah (Western Australia) Performing Arts Centre event. Inside the dome are two bright projectors, two spherical mirrors, a laptop and a semi-random arrangement of tables, stacking blocks, cables, etc. The content is a series of fulldome (fisheye) video clips by a local artist David Carson and music by Justin Wiggan. The Vuo playback is quite simple, while there were variations it largely involves choosing a video clip, dicing it in half, warping it (calibration performed with another application) and sending to the two projectors (each a display on the laptop). Some other images attached showing projector arrangement, screens on laptop and Vuo screen dump.
Some comments during this process, but all in all Vuo served the purpose well.
Really liked (once I understood it, sorry for the posts earlier suggesting a problem) the way screens and windows are handled. So much better and more powerful than QuartzComposer where one needed Matrox boxes to do the same thing.
Life would have been much simpler if there was a event output from the movie player node when a movie comes to the end. I think this has been suggested by others.
I commented on this some years back. I do think Vuo is overloaded with redundant nodes, I found this slowed me down when looking for nodes I hadn't used before ... I would rather see less more powerful nodes than lots of variations. A simple example are all the maths nodes, there are so many of them, that are all unnecessary given the calculate node. There are lots of other examples of nodes that I feel could be combined or generalised more resulting in a simpler search and interface.
Discussions like this seem to only allow 4 file uploads. More I could share but can't. :-)