Huseyin Kuru, creative director of Motus.Lumina, will be teaching an online workshop via one-on-one Zoom meetings. With 12 hours of instruction, the workshop will give each participant an in-depth look at audiovisual programming, starting from the basics. The workshop will introduce participants to node-based visual programming with Vuo and explain how to create audiovisual compositions using Vuo, VDMX, and Ableton Live.
experiment based on good ole noise and feedback- many different looks can come from slight changes to the many published parameters plus further dynamic changes and processing in VDMX , Resolume, Magic Music Visuals, etc. Tested with VDMX June 2021 version.
Note: adjusting FBxySlide. Parameter the comp can be made to continually slide vertically (like an escalator),horizontally or staying in the same position.
This is a typical stereoscope. The basic maths behind it is VERY simple. However I added a bunch of frills that may make it more useful for video artists. Remember that to use a stereoscope you need to have a stereo audio signal (too obvious?). So if your input is the laptop mic for example, it won't work. You'll have to have audio coming from a stereo line input (if you have one), or routed internally using something like soundflower.
Fires a stream of "special characters" (sometimes called alt-codes or unicode).
Vuo seems to support some special characters but not others, it took me a while to figure out what characters will work. The characters are in a text file and then get spat out via an enqeue node and make text layer.
I would have liked that it either starts writing from the top rather than the bottom, but I couldn't figure that out in the short term, there seems to be some limitations with the "window alignment" options. Any ideas let me know!