[chuck-users] Importing modules
mark.cerqueira at gmail.com
Fri May 29 10:23:53 EDT 2015
ChiP is ChucK compiled for the iPhone so it's not an app you download. It's
more like an SDK you'd import into your iOS project to build an app that
uses ChucK. There currently isn't an official" ChiP repo, but an
easy-to-integrate ChiP project is something that's on the TODO list.
Some iPad-good news:
1. You can compile the MiniAudicle project (
https://github.com/ccrma/miniAudicle) to run on iPad. This requires having
a Mac and having a developer account so you can provision the device for
installing developer builds on them.
2. Still in the works and stealing Spencer's thunder, but his PhD
dissertation is about making a more "appropriate and natural" interface for
using ChucK on the iPad. More info here:
3. As Ronan points you, there are plenty of OSC-enabled apps on the App
Store. You can download those and configure them to send messages to your
computer and have ChucK consume the data from those apps. Unsure if any of
those apps support ChucK talking back to the iPad though; I only ever did
iPhone ~> ChucK on a computer.
Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any more questions.
On Fri, May 29, 2015 at 11:45 AM, pat pagano <shreeswifty at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to know if it is possible to get Chuck for the IPad. I saw
> that it is called ChiP? Is this true? I find that all of these RT audio
> languages like Gibber, chuck and all the SC flavors all lack the ability to
> run on an iPad. Can someone point me in the right direction?
> *Patrick Pagano B.S, M.F.A*
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