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Webinar: Procedural graphics with vvvv beta

Who takuma
When Fri, Aug 21st 2020 - 17:00 until Fri, Aug 21st 2020 - 20:00
Where online webinar, Germany

Learn from the creator of the vvvv beta video tutorial series takuma:

vvvv is well known for its realtime graphics powers. If you want to understand the proper workflow on how to achieve procedural realtime visuals you have to understand the packs and contributions and their most important nodes. This webinar takes you there.

We will be learning how to create a procedural graphic using vvvv beta. In combination with FieldTrip and some other interesting packs and nodes such as spline buffer Matcap and so on, we will develop an artistic good looking visual in a dense quality and color which can be used as a poster, wall paper or whatever.

This course is a good basis to dive deeper into the scene at this years online edition of NODE20 – Forum for Digital Arts. Prepare your neurons and get ready.

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joreg, Tuesday, Aug 18th 2020 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
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~9h ago

joreg: @jzzxh not sure what you mean. please consider rephrasing and asking in the forum.

~13h ago

jzzxh: hi, guys it's any node (offsetscreen) for skiaRenderer??

~5d ago

joreg: absolutely. if it is for a repo that is public, just submit a pullrequest. otherwise please start a forum thread.

~5d ago

benjawmino: @joreg I ended up figuring out BezierSegment yesterday, so nevermind! Tell me, could a user submit a help patch? :)

~5d ago

joreg: @benjawmino please elaborate on this question a bit in a new forum thread. otherwise it is hard to answer..

~7d ago

benjawmino: so are there no splines/curves in gamma yet??

~10d ago

skyliner: wanna do drone shows or applications? then check this super cool project of our man e1n

~14d ago

NoseBleedIndustries: Thanks Joreg! The few minutes I was able to see, very good workshops!