[PD] dmx and pd
pedro.lopes at ist.utl.pt
Fri Jun 18 20:36:52 CEST 2010
By the way, I was working on a recent project (remote controlling a am
radio) and stumbled across this:
Arduino becomes USB OpenDMX Controller
Hope it inspires/helps in some way, good luck with it.
On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 5:00 PM, Max <abonnements at revolwear.com> wrote:
> i've been using this one which worked as well:
> Am 18.06.2010 um 17:04 schrieb Jack:
> > If you can read french :
> > http://www.interface-z.com/produits/com09_mididmx.htm
> > It transforms MIDI protocol to DMX protocol.
> > It works on all platform (test here on MacOSX and Ubuntu Lucid).
> > ++
> > Jack
> > Le vendredi 18 juin 2010 à 16:30 +0200, Nick Burge a écrit :
> >> I would like to use pd to control some lights via a wii device. I am on
> >> linux 10.04.
> >> I have the wii up and running in pd, I have compiled dmx512 from the iem
> >> repository, and have the objects dmxin and dmx out in my pd/extra
> >> directory. Since these objects depend upon dmx4linux I tried to compile
> >> the dmx4linux programme which is supposed to create a dev/dmx
> >> directory...... but so far it does'nt do so. The latest version goes
> >> back to 2008, so it may not be viable with Lucid.??
> >> Typing dmesg i see my dmx usb pro interface is recognised as dev/ttyUSB0
> >> when i plug it in.
> >> But the pd objects will not create.
> >> Does anyone on the list have a viable dmx system (preferably using
> >> enttec dmx usb pro) set up on linux that they could inform me about?
> >> Thanks.
> >> Nick.
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contacto: jazz at radiozero.pt
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