: OpenSoundControl :
This is just simple app developed in C++ (using http://www.openframeworks.cc). It allows to display videos, images
and webcams in a window and control them via Open Sound Control. OSC messages can be sent from many
programming languages (python, perl, java, ruby, PureData, Supercollider ... just choose one). It includes a PureData set
of abstractions to control it. Detailed description here
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SimpleOSC module 0.3.2
This module just provides the simplest API to pyOSC library by V2 which can be found here. You MUST have pyOSC installed for simpleOSC to run.
SimpleOSC is designed to be used by students or newies who dont know much about OSC or programing but need to set a very basic OSC communication up. Advanced users
should go for pyOSC module. We also provide some examples of pyOSC here
> SimpleOSC module 0.3.2
Github repo with the latest code here https://github.com/enrike/simpleOSC
In our workshops we go into how to communicate between networked computers
and between different programming environments. The communication takes
place using the Open Sound Control (OSC). Here you have some example patches
in SuperCollider, Pure Data (PD), Max/MSP and a Processing program that
sends and receives OSC from the sound programming environments.
This example shows how to use simpleOSC library from ixi-software.net
to send and receive OSC from/to blender with a very simple to use API
by hidding the complex stuff.
Blender OSC example