Add a "record interactions" option and a "play back interactions" option when running a composition from the Vuo Editor. "Record interactions" would listen for all data output by the relevant Receive * nodes and save the timestamped data to a file. "Play back interactions" would read the recorded data from the chosen file and cause it to fire through the Receive * nodes at the appropriate times.
Since there are numerous Receive * nodes whose data could be recorded (even restricting it to "low-bandwidth" data such as mouse, MIDI, OSC, etc.), I'd like to limit the scope of this feature request to just a couple to start with — let's say mouse and keyboard.
OS X is built on open source aspects. Darwin is free and downloadable. One could save a composition as a Darwin app- then boot a show PC from a USB stick with Darwin and the app installed. Simply then run the app from command line. This feature would allow easy running of compositions on dedicated show machines, without having to translate Vuo to Linux or MS. Also it would be much more stable as the machine would be running ONLY the Vuo app. OS X libraries obviously would have to be substituted with open libraries: ffmpeg vs avfoundation example. Vuo already uses many open libraries I believe.