AVVX – AudioVisual Vector eXchange (Win/Mac; beta)

AVVX (Audio Visual Vector eXchange) is a visual sequencer for VJing and audiovisual performances, based on the open image standard SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics). The SVGs and sound are indexed using a XML file. Project by Nuno N. Correia, inspired by work with André Carrilho at Video Jack Studios (www.videojackstudios.com), notably software created for project Idiot Prince and for their own VJing. The software is currently built with Adobe Flash, but other platforms will be adopted in the future. It is in early beta stage. AVVX is free, and also released as opensource.
More info: www.avvx.org

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[...] Proposed software is AVVX (http://www.nunocorreia.com/apps/avvx), [...]

  burcu wrote @ February 16th, 2013 at 1:34 pm

i liked the idea alot, thank you for this free programme! for linux wouldnt it be great? i couldnt get how to use the sound yet..see you!

  Nuno Correia wrote @ February 17th, 2013 at 4:47 pm

Hi! AVVX should run on Linux, if you download and run the SWF from the AVVX Google Code site: http://code.google.com/p/avvx/ In any case, a JavaScript version is being prepared and will be released in a couple of months. It should run in many devices.

[...] Nuno Correia (PT/FI) is a researcher, new media artist (mainly as Video Jack), and musician (also as Coden). Nuno is a researcher at the Sound and Physical Interaction research group at Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture (where he also teaches). He has been teaching new media art and design since 2000 in universities in Portugal, Finland and Estonia. His main interests are to create engaging multi-sensorial experiences and to enable audiovisual creativity. He has participated in several exhibitions, performances, conferences, publications and online projects in new media. His work has been showcased in more than 20 countries; in such festivals and venues as Electro-Mechanica (St. Petersburg), FILE (São Paulo), Le Cube (Paris), Mapping (Geneva), NAME (Lille), Optronica / British Film Institute (London), PixelAche / Kiasma (Helsinki), ISEA (Istanbul) and SXSW (Austin). http://www.nunocorreia.com/apps/avvx [...]

[…] in Ljubljana, Slovenia, June 2012. We discussed visual music; participants were introduced to the AVVX app; and prepared audio and visuals for the software. They played with the code, and explored other […]

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