When Tue, May 21st 2019 - 19:30 until Tue, May 21st 2019 - 23:00
Where Retune Studio, Glogauer Str. 21, 2nd Backyard, Berlin, Germany
vvvv berlin meetup #9 is ante portas: Again the fine people of Retune Studio will be hosting us.
This time we'll have a special surpise guest who came from very far and is here in berlin now to stay for a while... so evvvveryone please come plenty to give a warm welcome!
Still as always, feel free to bring your project/notebook/questions or whatever you want to share with the community. We have space and time for spontaneous discussions and presentations!
If you feel like, please rsvp on our Getogether page!
what about streaming it ?
I would love to come to this but it's a bit short notice for someone coming from outside of Germany. Streaming would be appreciated.
It's very short notice but I'll make it! If possible I'd like to reserve a slot for a little Schéma presentation and demo. Anyone is also welcome to try it out on the spot.
Unfortunately not the whole thing was recorded but you can piece somewhat piece it together:
1) Virgil (current main developer of Xenko) presented Xenko with demo of the editor and showing how Xenko gives you a lot of options when it comes to the pipeline. Also discussing the transfer to Open Source in the effort to make Xenko relevant in competition to Unreal & Unity and also about building the required community and how they plan to transfer Xenko under a non profit organization (correct me if I'm saying anything wrong here) to make ensure it stays open and doesn't fork into a paid updated and stale open version. The vvvv integration was discussed only briefly but in general it is viewed as a great contribution for Xenko as well as visual programming is a fairly requested feature. Most improtantly Virgil is now leaving Japan for Berlin, and therefore will spend much more time with vvvvgroup which should accelerate the whole VL.Xenko endeavour.
2) I talked about Schéma and made a recording. Here's the whole thing except for a few cuts of technical issues: https://youtu.be/_oqonrkE3xU
3) Dottore talked about his VL reference implementation of the Model-Runtime-Editor pattern. And since he already did the hard work of recording videos about each one of his examples, you will probably get all if not more information by watching those. Start here https://discourse.vvvv.org/t/model-runtime-editor-design-pattern-intro-0-6/17597
@domj , thank you very much for the summary. the xenko bit sounds awesome. and your project looks like a lot of work. thumbs up.
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