[PD] Getting 32 bit floating point number from 4 sequential bytes
ardaeden at gmail.com
Fri Apr 5 19:04:49 CEST 2019
I found a method using "memcpy". Seems like it is working for now.
Arda Eden <ardaeden at gmail.com>, 5 Nis 2019 Cum, 16:00 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
> I am trying to write a Pure Data external for getting real time motion
> capture values from an Xsens system. According to the manual (
> the x, y and z coordinates of the skeleton segment positions are
> transferred over network (udp) as sequential 4 bytes (32 bit floating point
> - big endian).
> I am reading the udp data with [netreceive] succesfully and able to reach
> any value I need. Now trying to find a way to combine these (big endian)
> sequential 4 bytes in order to get the resulting 32 bit floating point
> number. A little advice would speed me up.
> By the way, I studied the [oscparse] source. It was very helpful in most
> ways but also a little complicated too.
> Thanks already.
> Arda EDEN
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Yıldız Teknik Üniversitesi
Sanat ve Tasarım Fakültesi
Müzik ve Sahne Sanatları Bölümü
Duysal (Ses) Sanatları Tasarımı Programı
Yildiz Technical University
Faculty of Art and Design
Department of Music and Performing Arts
Audio Design Program
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