Credits: Proofreading Elliot Woods sugokuGENKI
This is very first and experimental offline version of vvvv guides.
It's made for persons who never use any programming languages to create motion design, generative art objects or user interaction installations.
By reading this guide you can understand main concepts, but not vvvv in details or advanced using. Please, follow links provided on most pages to find complete explanations.
Please note, this is not official guide.
vvvv group is not response for any point in it.
English version is here.
Please feel free to any feedback!
New users comments are strongly welcome!
Yay French version is here too!
waiting for the english version :)
like this approach much.
i mean THAT is what i feel is missing about
so much stuff (software or concepts you find on the internet).
Wow! +1 for the EN version :)
Ohhh!!! It's Cool!))) THX for this guide)
wow, this looks very sexy
Great work, Andrew!
Спасибо!!!! Отличная книга!!!!
thanks for many good words) english version delayed unfortunately.
@sunpeach - спасибо. стучись в скайп ко мне)
muhaha, like the slice - spread illustration!
Для начала то, что нужно (=
Hey, thanks for the english version ;)
thank u for the english version...good work
really nice guide!
Brilliant, thanks so much and great work making it in more than one language, users like yourself make such a difference. Big thanks to you and all the users who share their knowledge!!
sorry for delaying the english version...
things got a bit busy
from proofreading this guide, one can see there's a pretty significant step made from knowing nothing to knowing a lot across many different topics. It's really ambitious and hits the note correctly in a lot of areas. It takes a range of 'unknowing' starting points for users and walks them through lots of important things that they need to know.
The guide picks up on many points that I wouldn't have remembered to document, but are obviously indispensable to know during the learning process.
And i (personally) think it'd be fantastic if more people got involved with helping to develop content for this guide (perhaps for a second, third edition). This way we could expand on the amount of 'starting points' that people could come from, and help refine the guide.
What I specifically suggest is that those people who are teaching VVVV, try to use this guide as a reference for their course, and relay back feedback from students to improve the guide into the future.
Great comment Elliot!
I support every of your words. Please join us for future editions!
But either I would like to ask today's vvvv users to try the guide with their girlfriends/boyfriends or with their little brothers and sisters. And the best, if we try it with artistic persons, who was not involved in computer arts before.
And please give us most critic feedback you can. It's very pleased to read kind words, but they do not help to move forward.
Finally, I would like to ask vvvv group to join us for future editions.
Thank you very much
Thanks for the english version!!!
thanks so much !! ill try to make vvvv a useful tool !!
С ней я разобрался СПАСИБО!!!!
this is so cool!!!
Nice one bo!
Oh!) It is cool))) vvvv wait us)))
Gracias, es lo que andaba buscando para familiarizarme con el soft. Balalaikas thanks
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@chicco thanks)) but this is english speak webstite
Love the Russian one, thanks a lot
Great work! This makes it a lot easier to introduce vvvv to a broader audiance :) I only found one misspelled English word on the bottom of page 29 "handle all the locical states" which should be "handle all logical states".
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