OpenSoundControl.org:   /page-list   /toc   /spec/1.0   /spec/1.1   /implementations   /publications   /about
(contents of this file: links to each section)


OSCRemote

status: Defunct (as of 15-Mar-21)

Status details: App no longer available. No snapshot on Archive.org.

Project Type: Software Application

Project URL: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=302073387&mt=8

OSC Documentation URL: http://www.nr37.nl/OSCRemote

Description

OSCRemote is an intuitive controller (using OpenSoundControl) that turns the iPhone/iPod into a remote control for any other piece of software on another system within the WiFi network. Client software may e.g. be Max/MSP, Processing or Blender for which example code is provided on the OSCRemote’s website below. This makes the application suitable for controlling performances of all kind.

OSCRemote is an application by Leo van der Veen, an interactive media artist based in the Netherlands. Key features of OSCRemote : • easily create custom controllers with the buit-in editor • control client software using the OpenSoundControl protocol

Implementation Details

Platform(s): Any / Platform Independent

Features: Packet Construction, Bundle Support

Supported OSC types: i: int32, b: blob, s: string, f: float32

Bundle support: Creates Bundles

Transport support: UDP


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


This page of OpenSoundControl website updated Fri Aug 13 11:19:12 PDT 2021 by matt (license: CC BY).