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Univvvversities and other Educational Institutions

helo teachers, tutors and students,

we'd like to assemble a list of your educational institutions that teach vvvv in order to:

  • give people interested in vvvv an overview of opportunities
  • be able to reach you with information about courses and workshops that could be interesting to students

for 7 years (i just checked my notes) we planned to build a system into the website (similar to the businesses) where you could manage your own little profile of your institution. apparently that didn't happen...so let's try it the oldschool way. there are two ways to add your institution:

  • go modify the wiki-page Educational Institutions yourself
  • or send us an email to edu at vvvv.org and we'll fiddle with the wiki for you

in case you send an email please include the following information:

  • name of institution
  • website
  • country, city
  • notes
  • contact (can simply be your username on vvvv.org or a link to a page at the institution with further information)

to give you an idea how the information will be presented, see this example:

Name of Institution Country, City Notes Contact
St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences Austria, St. Pölten vvvv is being used in the following two courses:
Bachelor Media Technology
Course: Realtime-Engines for Video and Motion Graphics (2x3 ECTS, teaches vvvv from scratch as a tool for realtime video processing, virtual studios, augmented reality,..., in german)
Master Digital Media Technologies
Course: Modular Media Programming (2 ECTS, General introduction into interactive media applications using vvvv, in german)


See Students showreel for examplary works
Matthias Husinsky motzi

whenever you have an update, simply modify the wiki-page or send us another email. we'll also periodically send out an email to ask you to confirm your information is still valid, to keep the list up-to-date.

so if you're a teacher, please send us your information, if you're a student please ask your teacher to do so. if you know someone who should be on the list, please let them know about this.

thanks for spreading the word!

joreg, Tuesday, May 15th 2018 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 2 comments  
sebescudie 11/05/2018 - 10:01

great idea, let's spread the vvvvord!

u7angel 16/05/2018 - 07:31

i‘m one of the ppl who ask for this a long time, therefore i‘m happy we have a page, finally.
But regarding the excel style presentation and awkward handling/editing there is room for improvement.

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~2d ago

guest: @Synth: Check this http://www.magewell.com/

~2d ago

synth: Multichannel Datapath cards with vvvv anyone? Looking for opinions if they work stable.

~2d ago

joreg: still unsure? call for #vvvv LINK Summer Camp extended: link-summer-camp-call-extended

~2d ago

tmp: @KT100_: please create a new topic in forum and provide a patch. should be easier to help there than spamming the shoutbox :)

~2d ago

KT100_: @sebescudie thx 4 reply, but the vertex count isn't right when I connect GeometryFile to it. Or should I use another node with it?

~3d ago

sebescudie: @KT100_ : check out GetVertexData from InstanceNoodle

~3d ago

KT100_: Hey guys. Any ideas how to emit particles from custom geometry? Working in DX11.I've tried GeometryFile and it's not working.

~3d ago

joreg: @Tamoeba odd if so. so you don't have an LFO or MonoFlop node