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Magneson, do I understand correctly that, as the input moves from 0 to 1, you'd like the curve type to change smoothly and gradually from Linear to Exponential / Easing In to Easing Out?

For Linear to Exponential — The formulas being used now include Linear = x, Quadratic = x^2, and Cubic = x^3. So my first thought is to make the new formula x^n, where n is a function of the input value. At 0, it would be x^1 (Linear). At 1, it would be x^10 or something like that. Would that work for you?

For Easing In to Easing Out — Easing In makes your outputs bunched up near the start time, while Easing Out makes them bunched up near the end time. Would halfway between Easing In and Easing Out be no easing (outputs are evenly spaced and not bunched up anywhere)?

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Jaymie commented on Joe's Feature Request, “Kinect for Xbox One (model 1520) and NImate

Joe, I've converted your question to a feature request.

Related: Node set for skeletal tracking with Kinect.

We did a cursory test of NI mate 2.14's "Kinect for Windows 2" sensor. In "Basic" mode (with hands disabled), it outputs the attached 27 points. Not sure why it's excluding Chest and Pelvis and including some fingers, but that would be something we'd need to look at more closely when implementing this. Unless you happen to know.

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Jaymie posted a new Composition, “Phyllotaxis Test
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Jaymie commented on Steve's Composition, “360° image/movie viewer

innlight75, if you go to Tools > Open User Modules Folder, this is what you should see:

Does it look exactly the same on your computer?

If so, have you already restarted Vuo? You'll need to relaunch Vuo for the subcompositions to be available.

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When the Vuo 2.0 beta is released, I think you'll be able to download and install it just like a regular Vuo version. We'll make another mailing list / blog post when it's ready. I hope you'll try it since we'd especially like to hear from people like you who have not used similar apps before. During beta testing, we mainly just want folks to use Vuo like they normally would and see if they run into any problems or anything confusing.

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