[chuck-users] Bluetooth and Wiimote: a long-term feature request

Peter Todd chuck at xinaesthetic.net
Fri Apr 18 05:05:27 EDT 2008

glovepie seems to be a popular choice for Windows; as long as you're not in
a military base or Isreal...  Using that to produce OSC is probably the most
straightforward method currently.

A friend of mine has related plans for using Wii to augment his Cello
playing.  Wii -> synth silliness from him:

On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 8:21 AM, Stefan Blixt <stefan.blixt at gmail.com>

> > Although it is possible to use OSC to get at a Bluetooth HID sensor,
> that sounds a bit over my head and would require a lot of effort and
> knowledge.  It would be simpler to build a custom USB accelerometer using
> the Ultimark A-PAC Version 2 USB interface and one or two ADXL330Z
> accelerometers, on breakout boards from SparkFun Electronics.
> Actually, I tried sending Midi from Osculator (osculator.net) once (using
> my wiimote to control the pitch of a Nord Modular), and that wasn't very
> hard at all. For me at least, it is several orders of magnitude easier than
> the hardware stuff you suggest :) And since the site says Osculator supports
> OSC forwarding (gotta try that out later), and receiving OSC messages in
> ChucK is a breeze, that should be worth checking out. That is, if you use a
> Mac :/
> /Stefan
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