Introduction to creative coding with vvvv gamma

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Get started with creative coding using the new all-new visual programming environment vvvv gamma. In this webinar we’re starting from scratch!

You’ll learn the fundamentals of building little interactive programs. Afterwards you’ll be able to follow further workshops or take the next steps on your own, continuing with online learning resources.

You can find all infos on vvvv gamma on


Who is it for?

The ones afraid of coding, who want to try visual programming instead.
The lazy ones who want to get their things done more efficiently.
The curious, who are interested in adding a new tool to their toolbox.
Those familliar with vvvv beta who want to move to vvvv gamma.

In this webinar you will learn how to:

Find help using the Help Browser

Tweak parameters in existing demo patches

Build little interactive programs from scratch

Use loops as a fundamental building block for programs


Windows PC

3 button mouse

Download and install the latest release of vvvv gamma from

No prior knowledge of vvvv needed



< class="wk-card-title wk-margin-remove"> Anton Mezhiborskiy
Artist, Creative Coder, Designer, Developer, Media Designer, Researcher, Software Developer

Anton Mezhiborskiy likes when code drives images. He believes that even the most complicated things in the world can be explained easily when drawn and animated. After years of working as a designer for various agencies he has joined vvvv to develop documentation and tutorials.

The new vvvv equips you with visual object-oriented programming. Extend your node menu with any .NET library. Anything you need for your interactive installations.

General infos

For a successful webinar please prepare the following

Connect to the webinar with a Windows machine

Have a 3 button mouse connected

Please download and install the latest release of vvvv gamma from

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 to the Webinar before the event starts.

General Info:

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.