I’m currently making a project that includes real-time rgb-laser control via VVVV. I need to project quite simple generated geometry, generated in VVVV (SVG). I saw Lumax node there, and as far I understand, I can send my data through this node and have it converted to fit ILDA protocol requirements.
The problem is, that I don’t have ability to test it with laser and controller right now, and will be able to do this at the time which is very close to deadline, so I need to make a patch with a proper output and be (almost) sure, that when I connect it to controller it will work properly.
So, assuming I have a) vvvv-patch with Lumax node output, b) any ILDA-controller, and c) any ILDA-controlled laser projector will I get desired result or:
- I would need to have a specific controller for the Lumax node
- I would need to have a specific controller ADN a specific projector for the Lumax node
- I would have to deal with third-party software that comes with controller
- I would have to deal with any combinations of problems from 1–3