I am the Senior AV Broadcast Technology Analyst at Loyalist College where I primarily design, install and maintain campus AV, Digital Signage and Broadcast systems and equipment. I have also do some teaching for Camera, VFX and Audio/Video editing as well; I love my job. My background includes Broadcast Television, Video Production and Technical work. My passions include traditional and digital drawing, fictional creative writing, VFX, and cinematic video projects. I have also recently rekindled my interest in robotics and have tinkered with Arduino and Raspberry Pi and a few programable robots.
I find I most comfortably find myself in the chaotic limbo between the artistically and technically creative, believing one can indeed excel at both. Which is probably why I am loving VUO! :)
What if it were 2 nodes, one node would be for events only and the other could be a generic type?
It could look a little like the Select Event Output node, where there is an In port and 2 possible out Options. Along with the In port, there is also a Boolean Which port to choose which output (true or false) the node is passing through to. The only thing would be that it would have to block any events coming through the which port to not pass them on, only events coming through the In port would be passed on to whichever out Option it's currently toggled to.
It could act as a BlackHole when needed by not having anything connected to one of the out Options.
It might make sense to also add a "Changed" port so that it could be used to reset something in your composition whenever the out Option was toggled.
I saw the discussion on making a QRcode using Google's chart tools but thought it would be possible to make an AppleScript solution as well.
Step 1) Extract attached files to Desktop
Step 2) Install qrencode through Terminal: $ brew install qrencode
Step 3) Copy any URL into your clipboard
Step 4) Run composition and click inside window to display as QRcode