[PD] generative patches on mobile phones?

Cypod cypod25 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 9 02:50:26 CET 2007

speaking of using www.processing.org to make java, is there anyway to load a
pd patch into processing?

On 3/8/07, Chris McCormick <chris at mccormick.cx> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 08, 2007 at 02:06:38AM -0800, yukio kuroiwa wrote:
> > hi, sorry for this stupid question... is a way of making generative pd
> > patches for mobile phones?
> > or is there any other alternative of creating generative music for
> > mobile phones that support java?
> Hi Yukio,
> Not a stupid question. I am sure it's possible to make generative
> patches for mobile phones, but it would take a lot of work.
> Firstly, you might like to check out PDa which is a stripped back
> fixed-point version of Pure Data which you can compile for many different
> embedded processors such as those used in mobile phones.  You'd then
> need to get a compiler for each phone that you wanted to do this on and
> make PDa compile for that phone.  <http://gige.xdv.org/pda/>
> As for Java, perhaps you could use some parts of the jMax project? Or
> you could roll your own solution, but in my experience there is a large
> variance in the capabilities of Java on mobile phones (so much for
> "machine independence").
> Best,
> Chris.
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