By Joshua Minor
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OSCemote sends Open Sound Control (OSC) messages to another host on your WiFi network. You can use it to remotely control a variety of digital music software like Max/MSP, PureData, SuperCollider, Isadora, etc.
See our website for VIDEOS of OSCemote controlling Reason 4, Flash and even a remote controlled car via Max/MSP and Arduino: http://lux.vu/iphone/oscemote/
Once configured with the hostname or IP address and port of the application listening for OSC messages, each button, slider and toggle sends an OSC message to that host.
OSCemote can also send the iPhone's accelerometer xyz data via OSC.
The multi-touch panel within OSCemote sends up to 5 separate touches via the TUIO protocol (based on OSC). This is the same protocol used by reacTIVision.
A Note about Custom Panels:
To get back to the custom panel help page touch near the top of the screen to show the address bar and then touch the bookmark icon and choose Help.
What's New in Version 1.1
Fixed TUIO support.
Example custom panel for Future Audio Workshop's Circle.
Altered segmented control message.
Save custom tab ordering.
Alerts when WiFi is not available.
Worth every penny!
I came across this app online. Downloaded and with in 3 minutes had it working. 5 minutes later I had it controlling Flash. I especially love the auto setup when connecting to my wifi network. I only wish that it was easier to redesign the UI and hide the app's UI
this is a great tool for getting accelerometer data to max, processing, perl or whatever... and a simple way of creating a custom interface to those patches, sketches and scripts. this app opens a huge world of possibilities and is DEFINITELY worth the price. thanks!
This is a good app, and one of the few that sends TUIO data.
- Category: Music
- Updated: Sep 25, 2008
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 0.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Joshua Minor
- © 2008 Joshua Minor
Compatibility: Requires iOS 2.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.