previously on vvvv: vvvvhat happened in May 2016
summer is icumen in and another month has past. many of you are apparently on holiday as we notice the usual sommerloch. but apparently on june 6th someone found it necessary to post vvvv on hackernews which resulted in the following website access peak (and for a while maxed out our server):
not yet a contribution, but u7angel keeps teasing us with his latest work which looks verymuch like a visual automata-patching tool:
i think it would only be fair if everyone interested in using this goes to u7's userpage and sends him an email bugging him to RERO.
quite some quality projects this time. here only my personal favorites:
rrrr doesn't speak about the tools he uses to create his mesmerizing works. but i happen to know that he still lovvvves. therefore i think it is save to guess that it also powers his latest: never comes tomorrow
badaboom are doing a summer residency at the Schaubude Berlin where they are researching into finding new ways of interaction between the art of puppeteering and the digital world. they are exemplarily documenting their steps in a blog.
die BTK - Hochschule für Gestaltung in Hamburg-Altona sucht einen möglichst lokalen vvvv lehrbeauftragten.
and we're always happy to see more additions to the vveekend vvorkshops hosted by microdee. this time we learn about:
as always, you can find them all conveniently listest at the vveekend vvorkshops youtube channel.
mostly the fact that we're late with the spring update which may see some even further delay. but then it will be there. suddenly.
that should be it. if you feel i missed something, please add it in the comments.
happy summer patching ahead!
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