christopher.niven at mail.mcgill.ca
Sun May 16 18:31:02 CEST 2010
Sorry for the double post; I forgot to copy the mailing list.
On 2010-05-16, at 12:00 PM, "Christopher Niven" <christopher.niven at mail.mcgill.ca
> Development on iPd has been slow lately, I'm currently trying to
> finish up my undergrad and it's taking up most of my free time.
> I'm very glad that you e-mailed though; I've been noticing the
> Android threads that have been circulating recently, and I'm
> interested in
> checking out that project as soon as I can commit more time to
> Also, If there's audio code floating around, I would be very
> interested in seeing that as well; this is the one major milestone I
> have left with iPd.
> The next couple of weeks are going to be hectic because I'm
> finishing up a summer course, but I'm planning on getting more of
> iPd finished
> once I get more free time. If anyone's interested, I think I might
> be able to update the iPd wiki to outline everything that still
> needs to be
> done for that project in the meantime.
> Like most of you, I think Pd running on mobile devices would
> completely open up developers' possibilities for creating
> interesting and
> innovative projects that work well on the platform — I am very excit
> ed about this project!
> From: Hans-Christoph Steiner [hans at at.or.at]
> Sent: May 15, 2010 12:58 PM
> To: Christopher Niven
> Cc: pd-dev at iem.at
> Subject: Re: [PD-dev] iPd
> How's this coming along? We are working on a parallel project of
> getting Pd running on Android, and also integrating all of the mobile
> code into a branch in preparation to getting into trunk. There is
> also some iPhone audio code out there floating around that you could
> On Mar 15, 2010, at 7:37 PM, Christopher Niven wrote:
>> Hi Everyone!
>> First time poster here – I would like to introduce you all to my
>> project, iPd.
>> Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/iPdProject
>> iPd is an open source port of Pd for the iPhone OS specifically
>> designed for iPhone developers to utilize within their projects. The
>> goal is to be able to utilize the flexibility of Pd within iPhone
>> applications as a useful and interesting audio/control flow engine.
>> This project is part of my undergraduate degree requirements for
>> Music Technology at McGill University, and my supervisor suggested
>> that now would be the time to introduce it to you all. The project
>> is still in its very early stages (there is a lot missing!), but
>> here's what I've been able to do so far:
>> - loading and running Pd patches
>> - sending messages from the iPhone application to interact with Pd
>> - receiving output from Pd to trigger events in the iPhone
>> Again, there are a lot of features that are missing or don't work
>> (there's no audio – yet), and my code is extremely messy at best.
>> However, if you're interested, feel free to download the example
>> project in the google code page and try it out for yourself!
>> Thanks for your time,
>> Chris Niven
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>> Pd-dev at iem.at
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