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Stefan Duffner, the developer of Qfsm kindly added an export window with vvvv automata code. From now on you can easily design your very complex logical state machine with a graphical editor. The Automata code is even updated live, when editing the state machine:
Download Qfsm for windows here:http://sourceforge.net/projects/qfsm
A little tutorial can be found here:
Merry Chrismtas vvvvolks,
didn't posted lot of plugins lately, and they are now all posted in a row in this christmas pack :)
There's 43 new nodes for various things including:
This very simple effect is needed just too many times. I bet people have been repatching the behaviour of a slideshow many times. Even a Slideshow might be a cheesy way of presenting things, i believe you will need it from time to time. If you want to add features, patch it and start a vvvvorum thread. This is version 1.
During the last month there has been some research work at the meso labs.
Starting from the thesis Graphical Web Server Programming by David? and Björn we have written a research paper which precises the advantages of visual programming of web applications. The paper will be published and presented at the WSEAS Conference of Communications Athens, Greece, July 13-15, 2006.
As a vvvv user you can already download the paper here. Hope you like it.
for all timeline addicts out there... OSCGlue will connect VSTbased sequencers to the world of OSC. Now you can control your VVVV patches with Ableton Live.
Write a text file to specify which OSC parameters you need, open up in the sequencer, and you will have a VST plugin with all parameters as specified..
Main subject of our diploma thesis is to determine to which extent a dataflow graph is suitable for building complex web server applications in an intuitive way. It might sound a little diffuse, but for you, it’ll result into a straightforward bunch of new nodes. Finally there will be two new node categories: XML and HTTP Server. While the HTTP Server allows to serve (X)HTML strings to the WWW, the XML Nodes open a huge field of creating and respectively transforming those strings. The HTTP Server is split into two nodes: Server & Receiver. The receiver throws out HTTP Requests, now you can let server serve request-depending strings. You can already try the first set of new nodes with beta9.2.
We’ve created a diploma page with the current state of our work. Later we will provide example modules as well as tutorials for the XML Stuff on that site. diploma page?
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