Magneson's List Tools

The node set consists for now of eleven nodes (5 unique, and 2 sets of convenience nodes).

Sort with index

This takes a real-list as an input, and gives out a sorted list from highest to lowest number. More importantly it also spits out an index list of where the highest number exists in the input list. It does this in a highly inefficient manner mind you (at least I think so∞), so connecting it straight to an audio-rate node will choke your composition. Please see example for how to do so under somewhat safe circumstances.

A microcosm of Mandurah on Paul Bourke’s Hydrodome

In the city of Mandurah on the west coast of Australia, with its beaches, estuaries, wetlands, and canals, you’re never far from the sights and sounds of water. Paul Bourke recently used Vuo to convey the familiar sights and sounds in an entirely new way: a fulldome installation called the Hydrodome that “focuses on our community’s connection to our waterways from Mandurah’s ancient Bindjareb heritage to 21st century recreation.”

Circus Family celebrates rainwater and Sinterklaas

Circus Family, an audiovisual design studio in Amsterdam, used Vuo to create two projects that enchanted their audiences. These are two of several projects where Circus Family used Vuo. In The Rain Project, raindrops created a display of images, light, and sound in a natural forest, and in the Hema Sintersizer, children created songs with a giant music-making machine during the Dutch children's celebration, Sinterklaas. To learn more, about I interviewed Circus Family's Cas Dekker.

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