» VVVV + steam controller // showcase of my approach to making live visuals for music
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VVVV + steam controller // showcase of my approach to making live visuals for music

credits emeshe by Microdee, noodles by everyoneishappy

Showcase of my visuals for Sote, my interface that is made for Steam controllers, 8 main items, every item has 8 toggles/radio buttons, and under every item one value that can be assigned to 12 parameters like hi mid low / beat / lfo or controlled manually, one more thing that i will probably add is mapping these values to certain range, and i will probably use this interface for more visual cooperations to come. Done in vvvv with emeshe and a little bit of noodles !!! Sound is from Next // Advanced Music Festival performance from 2015

StiX, Wednesday, Dec 7th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
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~1d ago

elio: intermediate engineering (hamburg) is hiring: Programmer for Media Installations https://dasauge.de/jobs/stellenangebote/fest/e488192

~3d ago

joreg: one more release candidate for beta36: beta36-release-candidate please test and report #vvvv

~3d ago

stephan_grosse8: we are offering a permanent position for a vvvv programmer. Main focus is on interactive exhibits. mail: stephan@grosse8.de

~4d ago

joreg: @eglod: if not, we're doing something wrong... but did you check any of the other timeline options? animation

~4d ago

andresc4: Sometimes people finalize a project and can donate a good amount that month, but nobody knows what will happen on the next one :D

~4d ago

andresc4: @vux as @eno say, I think a 1 time payment of any given value its a good option also

~4d ago

ggml: where id the vl search algorythm implementation discussion?

~4d ago

eglod: @ catweasel, o.k. may be, I have to learn vl. Thank You catweasel! Is this possible with 84 years, what think You?

~4d ago

catweasel: I guess part of the issue, is payment is $ which means transaction fees on every payement will add up!