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Who jannis
When Fri, Jan 4th 2008 - 01:00
Where Burg Giebichenstein, Halle, Germany

On the 4th of january I will give a vvvv workshop at the HFG Halle/ Burg Giebichenstein. Aim of this workshop is to support ongoing semester projects done in vvvv.

Everybody welcome...The level of this workshop is intermediate to more advanced.

jannis, Monday, Jan 7th 2008 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

well, it is that time of year again. happy birthday vvvv. you may not have counted, but she is 5 official years old today. horray. see the Change Log for what she's gone through lately and get her freshest bytes from the Downloads. may she loop on forever and we love you very much.

ah and oh, what is there on the horizon?
the vvvv group humbly presents: TimelinerSA - A Multipurpose Timeline
still very early in beta, it already sends its timed data via UDP\OSC to any software you may missuse. since timelining is a very general task not at all limited to use within vvvv we thought it makes sense to realize a timeline as a separate piece of software. TimelinerSA runs crossplatform and is soon be blessed with an opensource license, therefore being completely free for any kind of use. in a later version Timeliner will also be available as a native node for optimal usage within vvvv. still some debugging needed on this one though. and while the AlphaTesters already identified the most nasty bits (thanks you verymuch) still beware of the very freshness of the code.

lets dance!

merry whatever
and a veryveryveryvery new year,
wishes yours truly,
the vvvv group.

Download: 32bit vvvv_33beta14 | See Changelog | 419 Dls
joreg, Monday, Dec 24th 2007 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

Who Digital Slaves & Anti Vj
When Mon, Dec 17th 2007 - 19:30

400ft mapping and real time motion graphics.
Light Up Bristol event promises to be one of the biggest light events in the UK.

Come to see us from Monday 17th to Fryday 21th December from 18H30 until 22H00

DigitalSlaves, Tuesday, Dec 11th 2007 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

Club Transmediale.08­ - Unpredictable
Festival for Adventurous Music and Related Visual Arts

Generator.x 2.0: Beyond the Screen
24 Jan -­ 2 Feb 2008, Ballhaus Naunynstrasse / DAM Berlin
Workshop / Exhibition / Performance

Leander Herzog: thePhysicalVertexBuffer

<strong>Generator.x in collaboration with Club Transmediale and DAM Berlin presents Generator.x 2.0: Beyond the screen, a workshop and exhibition about digital fabrication and generative systems.</strong>

Digital fabrication (also known as “fabbing”) represents the next step in the digital revolution. After years of virtualization, with machines and atoms being replaced by bits and software, we are coming full circle. Digital technologies like rapid prototyping, laser cutting and CNC milling now produce atoms from bits, eliminating many of the limitations of industrial production processes. Once prohibitively expensive, such technologies are becoming increasingly accessible, pointing to a future where mass customization and manufacturing-on-demand may be real alternatives to mass production.

For artists and designers working with generative systems, digital fabrication opens the door to a range of new expressions beyond the limits of virtual space. Parametric models apply computational strategies to the analysis and synthesis of space, producing structures and surfaces of great complexity. Through fabbing these forms may be rendered tangible, even tactile.

Jared Tarbell:http://flickr.com/photos/generated/1165678242/in/set-72157601083923263/Spheroids and cubes</a>

<strong>Call for participants</strong>

We are looking for 15 artists, designers and architects who have an existing practice based on generative systems and custom software, and who are interested in investigating physical formats through digital fabrication. The workshop will be practical in nature, and will produce a selection of works that will be included in the exhibition atDAM. Participants will have access to an on-site laser cutter, and an introduction to this technology will be part of the workshop.

The workshop is free of charge, but we will not be able to provide support for travel or accomodation. Participants are expected to have experience with programming software that will allow them to produce work suitable for production, such as Processing, VVVV or any other system capable of producing vector output. Previous experience with laser cutting or digital fabrication technologies is a bonus, but not a requirement.

Applications must be in PDF format and should including a CV and a short statement of intent, describing why you want to participate in the workshop and how fabbing relates to your existing practice. You should include a maximum of 5 images of relevant work, with a total file size of 2 megabytes. Feel free to provide links to web sites containing documentation such as videos or downloadable software, but please don’t send such content by email.

<strong>Please submit applications by email to generatorx -at- clubtransmediale.de. The deadline for application is December 21, 2007, accepted participants will be notified at the beginning of January 2008.</strong>

amoeba, Sunday, Dec 2nd 2007 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

When Sat, Nov 24th 2007 - 21:00
Where Portikus, Alte Brücke, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

The architectural installation, entitled “The Thing”, is designed by Städelschule professor for architecture Ben van Berkel together with Prof. Johan Bettum and Luis Etchegorry. The Frankfurt-based design-groups MESO Web Scapes and MESO Digital Interiors have developed a projection work that elaborates on the installation by dynamically embellishing it with moving images and thereby activating its surfaces.

The projection work, “On Things Off Things On”, is a case study in augmented architecture. It is an attempt to create a reactive surface of extraordinary spatial complexity.

Exhibition opening: 24 November 2007, 8 p.m.
Duration: 25 November 2007– 13 January 2008

oschatz, Friday, Nov 23rd 2007 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

Go to node08.vvvv.org to get all available information about the upcoming Digital Arts Forum in Frankfurt and feel free to submit projects or participate in any other way. If you have questions or suggestions, don't hesitate to write us a Mail (node08@vvvv.org)

ampop, Monday, Nov 19th 2007 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

Who J.S.Bach, Andreas Eggertsberger, joreg
When Sat, Oct 27th 2007 - 21:00
Where OK Centrum, Linz, Austria

Clavier Ubung bestehend in einer Aria mit verschiedenen Veraenderungen. Denen Liebhabern zur Gemuth‘s Ergetzung verfertigt von Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach Werkeverzeichnis 988, better known as The Goldberg Variations.

Played on the piano by Andreas Eggertsberger accompanied by the attempt of a computergrapic realization of the musical structures inherent to the composition by joreg. A classic piano concert with visual support.

Saturday, October 27th, 7pm at the ok-centrum in Linz/Austria.

Also don't miss the rest of the fabulous Stop.Spot! festival.

joreg, Thursday, Oct 18th 2007 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

When Fri, Nov 23rd 2007 - 01:00


Hellenic Electroacoustic Music Composers Association

Electroacoustic Music Days 2007, Liksouri

The Electroacoustic Music Days is the foremost annual gathering of Greek electroacoustic music composers from around the world and features a number of concerts, talks, seminars, presentations and other activities.

The Electroacoustic Music Days 2007 are hosted by the Department of Sound Technology and Musical Instruments, TEI of Ionian Islands - in the island of Keffalonia and are taking place on 23, 24 and 25 of November 2005 in Liksouri.

For more information please visit the web address below:


ampop, Monday, Oct 8th 2007 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

Who Rolf Eusterschulte
Where School of Design, CAFA (Central Academy of Fine Arts) Beijing, Beijing, China

this will be a beginner level workshop. it is part of the iconic-language-project of the kunsthochschule kassel at the CAFA 24th - 28th of September 2007.
19th - 28th of September 2007

oyster, Wednesday, Sep 12th 2007 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

When Sat, Sep 8th 2007 - 02:00

Come to see us on 8, 14 and 15th of September for a urban mapping in Nantes ( Fr ).
A 45 meters picture using our favorite software VVVV.

People interested to work with us on this project are welcome.

A Digital Slaves project with perhaps the Desaxismundi's contribution.


guest, Saturday, Aug 25th 2007 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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~6d ago

domj: Midweek Patch Therapy later today at 17:30 ⌚ Come discuss sequencers, the VL language and your patches. https://discourse.vvvv.org/t/come-join-midweek-patch-therapy/18430/17?u=domj

~7d ago

joreg: Looking for support for your #AI project? Try this: https://www.link-niedersachsen.de/link-masters

~13d ago

blausand: Ill be in #Warszawa next weekend. Any #vvvv people around to meet?

~15d ago

sebescudie: Last call, c'est ce soir : webinaire en français pour débutants sur #vvvv gamma! https://thenodeinstitute.org/event/introduction-au-creative-coding-avec-vvvv-gamma-francais/

~16d ago

domj: Ultra high definition volumetric visualization using GPUDirect storage https://youtu.be/GAZP1NcdWMo

~18d ago

CeeYaa: thx for V4-Meetup - some days ago 40th_RetuneStudioVisit from old friends RefikAnadol and Quadrature https://vimeo.com/429510091

~21d ago

david: 4. worldwide vvvv meetup will be here...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0zd68tDUVE

~23d ago

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