More tint colors needed

I think it's quite easy to implement and it will greatly help coloring compositions – for me these 10 available colors is way too little. I know everyone has own convention of coloring (like, magenta for input nodes, green for output, etc.) but especially because of this fact we need more colors.

Often I need to distinguish green window nodes but I also NEED them to remain green-ish (e.g. for many output windows). If I had, let's say, five tones of green I'd color 5 output windows and distinguish them without changing convention (that green nodes are video outputs). Same with interface nodes – five tones of magenta will allows an user to color keyboard input a little bit differently from mouse input, HIDs and so on. Look at the attached picture – IMO, the lack of colors forces an user to change conventions in the same composition.

Of course, one can have completely different coloring convention – so I think we need about 20-30 colors (4 tones of 5 colors, 5 tones of 6 colors, or something similar). And cascade, two-level tint menu with colors on the first level, and tones of this color on the second level would be perfect!

What do you think, guys?

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Apple Touch Bar support in editor

Touch Bar support (as featured on the Apple Macbook Pro's) would be nice to have in the editor, for example run/stop buttons for compositions or have some sliders to manipulate published input ports.

Additionally it would be amazing if there was a Touch Bar node that would allow compositions to display stuff on the Touch Bar and use it as an input to control values inside compositions etc.

Kind regards,

Lech

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Notes from Team Vuo

Vuo Pro: 

Yes — requires a Vuo Pro license

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●●○○ — A few weeks of work

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How to make original, interactive dome visuals with Vuo

How to make original, interactive dome visuals with Vuo @ IMERSA 2019

An introduction to creating fulldome content

Transcript: 

Introduction to Vuo

Hello. I'm Jaymie. This is Steve. We're part of the team that develops Vuo, a software tool for doing creative work. We'll be showing you how you can use Vuo to make your own graphics, display them on a dome, and interact with them.

I find it easier to explain what Vuo can do through examples, so let's start with that.

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