HowTo build user interfaces using VL.Elementa
We’ll explore the functionalities and widgets you can find in the VL.Elementa library, going even deeper and learning how to extend it for your needs. This is a practical webinar where you click and follow step by step.
Building blocks of an Elementa graph: Root, layout nodes, widgets, components
Elementa widget in details
Layout nodes overview: how to create nested reactive layouts
Components overview: how to extend the widget’s properties and functionalities
Patch your UI StyleSheet or load from css file
Patch your own widget drawer
Create and manage Overlay windows
Patch your own context menu
Data Binding approaches: controlling your application
3 button mouse
You should be familiar with the basics of patching in vvvv gamma.
Natan Sinigaglia is a sound and visual artist from Italy, currently based in Berlin, Germany. With a strong background in music, contemporary dance and realtime graphics, he creates canvases where languages loose their boundaries and share forms and meanings.
During his artistic research he collaborated with many musicians (Maxim Vengerov, Vanessa Wagner, Gloria Campaner, Hildur Guðnadóttir, Odile Auboin, Mira Calix, Novi_sad, Jamie xx, Four Tet …), composers (Nick Ryan, Dmitri Kourliandski), orchestras (Ensemble Intercontemporain, London Contemporary Orchestra, International Menuhin Music Academy Orchestra), dancers (Alexander Whitley), visual artists (Marshmallow Laser Feast, Quayola, Pedro Mari, Claudio Sinatti) worldwide.
For a successful webinar please prepare the following
Connect to the webinar with a Windows machine
Please download and install the latest release of vvvv gamma from http://visualprogramming.net
If you can: Connect a second screen. Put the presenters screen left and patch your vvvv patches on the right. Or vice versa.
Clean desktop from private stuff. You might be sharing your screen with the others.
You will receive a link with the ticket purchase.
The webinar runs from 18:00 am to 21:00 CET
We take a maximum of 15 participants.
The webinar will happen if we have 5 or more participants.
The webinar language is english.
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