As one of Vuo's developers, I work on Vuo's engine (the thing that makes compositions run), work on nodes, and write documentation. You'll see me on the forums answering people's questions about Vuo.
I enjoy using Vuo to make live music visuals. My hope for Vuo is that it will grow into a community of people of diverse backgrounds and identities making lots of different artistic, useful, unique, goofy, beautiful, crafty, wonderful compositions.
Estoy practicando para ser competente en español. Si publicas en el foro en español, trataré de responder en la misma manera.
The UVs for your quad look correct. For your rotating arrow or other objects, where are you stuck in the procedure that you linked to?
By the way, for correct lighting and correct behavior with some 3D object filter nodes, you'll need to fix the normals, tangents, and bitangents into the Parabox Make Mesh with Values node. Maybe you're already aware and just filled them in real quick for this experiment, but I just wanted to make sure you knew they should be different than positions.
Vuo doesn't have an option to append to a file, only create a new file or overwrite an existing file (Save Data node). Since you're nervous about overwriting, what you could do is save each table row to a separate file whose name is the timestamp, then after the event use cat on the command line to combine the files.
I said a monospaced font but actually testing it with a non-monospaced font (ex AvenirNext) it still looks pretty good IMO.
Yeah, because of how you produced and positioned the layers. Make Text Layer makes each letter's layer only as wide as the letter. Arrange Layers in Row tightly packs the layers (unlike Arrange Layers in Grid which evenly spaces them). So you get a linotype effect, no overlaps between letters, but depending on the font it might not look too out of place.
kingluma — Yes, I suppose you could implement some kind of basic copy protection along those lines.
Joe — As long as you're not worried about someone posting the plugin on some other website for free download.
I guess the next step is, after the Vuo 2.0 beta release, contact Team Vuo if you have plugins you want to sell. Once there are several plugins to sell, we can set up a store page. Nothing fancy, just a list of plugins with product descriptions and Buy buttons. We'd take a cut of the sales just to cover the payment processing fees. (To give you a sense of that: For a $5 international payment, PayPal takes 11%; for $10, PayPal takes 8%; for $20, PayPal takes 6%.) The remainder would go to the seller.