» [Workshop] VVVV.js - Advanced Rendering for Web and Mobile
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[Workshop] VVVV.js - Advanced Rendering for Web and Mobile

Who David Gann, schnellebuntebilder
When Sat, Apr 28th 2018 - 12:00 until Sat, Apr 28th 2018 - 18:00
Where schnellebuntebilder, Rudolfstr. 11, Berlin, Germany

Introduction

''VVVV.js features many essential JavaScript and WebGL programming methods packed in a set of over 300 nodes. The browser-based patch editor enables you to get started right now on any platform and it is possible to quickly deploy your application to web and mobile.
Recently VVVV.js received a huge update which implements advanced rendering techniques like physical based rendering, instancing and depth-buffer based post effects.

To jump right into action follow this link:https://tekcor.github.io/vvvv.js-examples/
There is also a very detailed overview in written form here:http://000.graphics/tutorial/02_VVVV.js_Introduction.html
or watch the video:

Workshop Content

In detail we will look at the following topics:

• Physical Based Rendering
• glTF Import and three.js model loading
• Instancing Engine
• Deferred Effects
• Collision Detection
• Terrain Rendering
• Multi-Texturing
• Particles
• Derivative Maps (Tangent free Normal and Parallax Occlusion Mapping)
• Shader and Node Development for VVVV.js

Booking and Fees

Reserve your workshop seat now via mailto:vvvvorkshop@schnellebuntebilder.de

There will be a fee of 50,00 € per attendee (recerving room + support for lecturer).
If you consider yourself a professional or your company sends you here, we use T.R.U.S.T to encourage you to pay a professional fee, which is 200,00 €.

Become a Patreon

If you can`t make it to berlin but want to learn it,
consider joining my online course or receive direct mentoring by becomming a Patreon. Your support will accelerate the development of this amazing framework.
https://www.patreon.com/davidgann

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mrboni: Anyone know where I can get an Etherdream ILDA unit in the UK / West Europe delivery this week?https://ether-dream.com/

~2d ago

tobyk: @catweasel Re:KiNet yes, its pretty similar to artnet but with some different magic numbers. I can send you what I've used before.

~2d ago

microdee: @Hadasi: "read the field manual" I knew a slightly more explicit version of that abbreviation :D

~3d ago

Hadasi: Seemingly, many of the best approaches are right there in vvvv (click node, press F1)

~3d ago

maarja: anyone in Mexico City up for a beer?

~4d ago

andresc4: @motzi nice! , @catweasel at the moment Im using spot to ndi, but its quite cpu consuming

~4d ago

andresc4: If you have a old Futaba Radio you can use it in vvvv. I just uploaded a simple contribution

~4d ago

catweasel: Has anyone worked with KiNet (colour kinetics network protocol)?