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Know your Spreads!

Finally, about 13 years late, we hand to you an extensive documentation about one of vvvv's most unique strengths: Spreads. We completely reworked the documentation on the topic and enhanced it with a lot of grayful images like this one:

One of the many spread operations now visualized: the Zip

It may seem a lot to digest at first, but take your time and use it as a reference whenever you're looking for an answer regarding a spreading topic. Specifically the listing of the most important Spread Operations should come in handy for beginners to understand and give them an overview of what spreads are typically used for.


Spreads pages

You may note that for a start we have left out more complex spreading scenarios. Still, if one gets a good understanding of those basics all further dimensions should be much easier to grasp. Feedback welcome.

joreg, Wednesday, Mar 25th 2015 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 4 comments  
m9dfukc 26/03/2015 - 11:24

Superb!

StiX 26/03/2015 - 15:16

this is really usefull tool for learning and teaching, when you accompany this with a bit of patching on workshop i am pretty sure people can grasp it with ease, great job

by the way, a print version on one big poster could be nice :) I can make it if you want
http://www.giudansky.com/images/downloads/blender/blender3d-shortcuts-infographic.png
this blender help thing for shortcuts works ok for example

robotanton 26/03/2015 - 18:40

Source files (SVGs) are now available as a contribution.

Best,
Anton

Westbam 05/05/2015 - 23:08

Good job! Nice and clear.

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~8d ago

joreg: @LCA remember that we also provide custom support for commercial projects: https://visualprogramming.net/#Support

~9d ago

LCA: where to ask about hardware setups: VL application over 26 1080p displays. maybe also with FUSE

~16d ago

tonfilm: @tobyk there is also this, who wants to win: https://bottosson.github.io/posts/oklab/

~23d ago

tobyk: LCH is the best color space, all the other color spaces are now big losers. https://atmos.style/blog/lch-color-space

~25d ago

schlonzo: "HowTo Work with Children" somehow I expected something else :D

~1mth ago

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

~2mth ago

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

~2mth ago

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