Art of light and shadows by Xavier Boyaud


"J’utilise la lumière et l’image comme matières premières dans mon travail de recherche et de création." ("I use light and image as raw materials in my work of research and creation.") This is how Xavier Boyaud — a self-taught visual artist, lighting designer, scenographer, and videographer — describes his work. Vuo is one of the tools that Xavier uses to sculpt light and image.

Justin Beardsell lights up a legendary London nightclub


Justin Beardsell (@meno) is collaborating with Dolby to bring a new clubbing experience to Ministry of Sound in London — and he's using Vuo behind the scenes.

Ministry of Sound has introduced a Dolby Atmos sound system that creates 3D soundscapes. Unlike with typical stereo tracks, listeners hear the music moving through space, coming from different sides and overhead.

Animator Performer, Arlen Aguayo Stewart,  interacts with the Rallentando installation

A virtual forest installation from Gwenyth Dobie and William Mackwood


Rallentando is an interactive installation that uses Vuo to invoke a multi-sensory virtual forest. Using a combination of images, sounds, and interactive performance, "the audience experiences a gradual slackening of tempo, leaving behind the distractions of contemporary urban life."

Rallentando was created by Gwenyth Dobie, with William Mackwood (@wmackwood) leading the technical integration. Gwenyth and William, co-artistic directors of Out of the Box Productions, recently installed Rallentando at Hub14 in Toronto.

Video still of the actors and stage in "The Floor"

Gravity-defying theater by Teo Dumski


The play "The Floor: Shopping Rolls Camouflaged" is a foray into a surreal world of gravity-defying motion. By turns funny, poignant, and exuberant, the performance blends the human with the technological. Vuo plays a major role in this performance written and directed by Teo Dumski.

A photo of the exhibit's 12 screens, showing different views of a car

An exhibition for BMW by jens probst


You're an exhibitor at one of the world's biggest auto trade shows. There are almost a million visitors, and a thousand other exhibitors competing for their attention. How do you project the suave aesthetic of a luxury car brand in a way that catches visitors' eyes? jens probst (a.k.a. zwei-p) and Yellow Design took on the challenge by creating an elegant multi-screen display with Vuo.

Photo of Anthony's VJ setup for Sónar

VJing at Sónar: An interview with Anthony Gene Guterac


Imagine scratching the air like a turntable to make a particle system groove. Anthony Gene Guterac made it happen with his Vuo composition, 02_, controlled by Leap Motion and live audio input.

vjsatoshi's particle experiment

An interview with VJ Satoshi: rendering 50,000 particles with Vuo


Meet Satoshi. He's been VJing for 3 years, and one year ago he created the VJ group M.U.//Mikudarihan Uppercut. When performing live, Satoshi likes to begin with a minimal set of materials, then transform them over the course of the show in a way that tells a story. This style of performing has led Satoshi to seek out a creative platform that is, in his own words, "fast and light."

Swimming sphere and torus by George Toledo


George Toledo created this animated composition with built-in Vuo nodes.

Vuo and NiMate composition

Skeletal tracking with NiMate by Michele Cremaschi


Michele Cremaschi (@mic) uses NiMate with Vuo to animate his skeleton.

Check it out on Vimeo.