Well, not aware of one node, but… we have the differential (Spreads) node, that can tell the difference between one slice in a spread, compared to the next one. So use that with a > node and you got your answer. (see if the difference is positive or negative)
The question is… what to do with the first slice… (or the last slice, depends on how you look at it).
I am still bit confuse cose before i have used PD and now still duno what is best way to solve some things in vvvv, if to look for spreads or just use bang theory )
friend want to do interactive installation with 6 IR sensors, the participant will cut theme from sensor 0 then 1, 2 … what will play short video loops, but any time can come back an cut previous sensor [2, 1, 0](2, 1, 0) and then there will be played different videos
i think this patch can be used for it
hi barbarerik and welcome
have a look at automata node, which is handy for such sort of logical issues. You can make very easily flow charts like you need.
Tonfilm has a description of a tool called qfsm which is really useful. Download it and open attached sample file.