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Make Controller Kit

status: legacy/at different link (as of 19-Mar-21)

Status details: current site-unclear if using OSC

Project Type: Hardware

Project URL:

OSC Documentation URL:


The Make Controller Kit is a high-performance 32-bit sensor interface featuring Ethernet, USB, ADC, high-current outputs, JTAG, many kinds of motor control (DC, servo, stepper), CAN, RS232, and more by MakingThings. It is an open source project - all the firmware, software tools and schematics are freely available.

The board by default runs a program that allows it to connect to other devices via OSC over Ethernet and USB. It’s also easily reprogrammed via USB to run user-written programs standalone/embedded. It’s easy to connect to any of the normal desktop environments that support OSC - Max/MSP, Processing, Flash, SuperCollider, etc.

The board currently runs OSC over both USB and UDP - we’re hoping to get it up over TCP, and Zigbee as well, among others.

Implementation Details

Platform(s): Other

Features: Packet Parsing, Packet Construction, Bundle Support

Supported OSC types: i: int32, s: string

Bundle support: Reads Bundles, Creates Bundles

Transport support: UDP, Serial-SLIP

Submitted to by Legacy at 2/24/21 12:32

This page of OpenSoundControl website updated Tue Aug 16 13:15:18 PDT 2022 by matt (license: CC BY).