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Course: Mastering vvvv for teaching

When Mon, Jan 31st 2022 - 18:00 until Thu, Mar 24th 2022 - 21:00

Dear educators!

With the all-new vvvv gamma finally having all the necessary bits together for being a serious creative coding environment, we believe it is also a premium tool for education. In case you need to argue:

Reasons to use vvvv in education

  • It is free for educational use without any restrictions
  • It is quick and easy to install, with no copy protection or need for registration
  • It comes with extensive documentation, accessible right from an integrated Help Browser
  • It connects to most popular protocols and devices
  • It allows to teach programming concepts like object oriented programming and dataflow in a visual way
  • While being a visual language, it can easily be extended via C# and the use of .NET Nugets
  • Its libraries are open-source, thus can be inspected and learned from

Becoming a vvvv teacher

If you want to help us spread vvvv by teaching (with) it, we want to make sure you don't feel lost in its universe. "Mastering vvvv for teaching" is an intensive 8 week (16 sessions) live online course with the goal of making you a confident vvvv teacher.

If you're curious, please head over to The NODE Institute for a detailed description of the course a form to apply:

Full details and application: Mastering vvvv for teaching
Application deadline: January 16th, 2022
Course period: January 31st - March 24th
Any questions? Get in touch!

Hope to see you there!
P.S.: If you're interested in such a course but rather for commercial applications than for education, here is a little heads-up: If everything goes according to plan, we'll be running a similar course in summer 2022 with a broader focus.

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~3d ago

fleg: This Tuesday, Cologne: exhibition opening of "interwoven", textile disinformation patterns created with vvvv. https://fleg.de/news/exhibition-interwoven

~17d ago

manuelgonzalvez: Assimp nodes all broken afted Win Update w/exception "COM object that has been separated from its underlying RCW(...)"

~17d ago

manuelgonzalvez: @levi thanks would love to! anyway managed to get something similar working based on forum search and anthokio's patches.

~17d ago

levi: @ravasquez thanks. 31.2 x86 verrion worked. @manuelgonzalvez i have a dx11 projectTexture if u a want.

~19d ago

manuelgonzalvez: Anyone has a dx11 port of "projectedTexture" dx9 fx for projection mapping?

~19d ago

manuelgonzalvez: Anyone has a dx11 port of "projectedTexture" dx9 fx for projection mapping?

~19d ago

ravazquez: @levi not sure bout the ImagePack, but I believe VL.OpenCV should give you the same tools and should work with beta just fine

~19d ago

levi: anyone knows of a VVVVpacks.image that works for elliot's projector calibration patches?x64,dx11. always crashes v4 on solve.

~26d ago

Lorenz: VJing with GIFS: https://lorenzpotthast.de/gifjockey/ A fun little side project, that I first prototyped in v4 and now turned web-based ;)

~2mth ago

schlonzo: finally fixed in 4.8 nice1