GridFlow is a plugin for PureData, Ruby, and jMax. It provides the ability to process images and video as N-dimensional arrays ("Grids"). It consists of a framework for grid transmissions, elementary grid processing objects, picture-oriented processing objects, and input/output objects. It also allows one to write plugins for PureData and jMax using the Ruby language.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Editors Raster-Based Video Capture|
|Implementation||APL C Other Ruby|
Release Notes: Improved Mac OS X support, the addition of [range], [#mouse], [#pack], [#color], [bindpatcher], [#camera], [#fade_lin], and [#peephole], improvements to several examples, and rewritten installation instructions.
Release Notes: This release significantly improves on PureData support, including the translation of all of the 20 jMax examples using the newly added jmax2pd tool, and the addition of jMax emulation classes. Also of note is the wrapping of libusb so that plugins for USB devices may be written portably (Linux and OS X) in Ruby.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: Support for float32 computations was added. Support for bin, oct, hex, and 3D grids was added to @print. A converter from *.jmax to *.pd was added (and was used to convert 8 of the *.jmax examples). Conversion from/to yuv (unpacked) is supported. @rotate now supports selection of axis, and support for comma (initialization messages) was added in objectboxes.
Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed, PureData external now installs, PureData help files were added, the configurator was simplified, four examples, six classes (fork, jmax_udpsend, jmax_udpreceive, @rotate, @remap_image, and @type), and two operators (gcd and lcm) were added, QuickTime encoding and seeking was added, and many more small features were included.