Creating Objects in IanniX from PureData

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  • #2212 Répondre
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    Hi all,
    Before I ask my question, just want to say that I’m totally thrilled with the new IanniX layout. Great job, and keep up the good work!

    I’ve seen some useful posts on here about controlling objects from Pure Data, but I can’t quite seem to get a grasp for how to (or if its even possible to) create objects in IanniX from Pure Data (as well as supplying them with the requisite coordinate information etc.). I can successfully create triggers, but is it possible to create curves with multiple coordinates?

    I’m pretty confident in Pure Data, but I’m new to IanniX script format.

    Is there an easy way to figure out the mapping for these OSC messages?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    #2680 Répondre
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    Inactif

    Hi!

    First, thanks for downloading and using IanniX!

    Yes you can create curves thanks to setPointAt command. I’ve attached an example to this post, please click on pd messages from left to right.

    Cheers,

    #2681 Répondre
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    Inactif

    Works perfectly! Thanks a lot. Another question:

    I’m trying replace the x,y,z arguments in the message boxes with variables so that I can have external data generate curves, but for some reason OSC is having trouble with this… it seems to be consistent within Pure Data, so is there something in IanniX (or OSC in general) that I’m missing/not understanding?

    For reference, my routing looks like this:

    [EXTERNAL DATA]
    | | |
    | | |
    [pack $1 $2 $3]
    |
    |
    [send /iannix/setPointAt current $1 $2 $3]

    #2682 Répondre
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    Inactif

    @hzhz wrote:

    [send /iannix/setPointAt current $1 $2 $3]

    I’m not sure this syntax works. I’ve attached an example that will help you!

    #2683 Répondre
    Anonyme
    Inactif

    Ah, ok– that seems to make sense. Thanks Guillaume! Looks like I’ll need to spend some time with the IanniX scripts to get a hang of the syntax. My data won’t be set inputs… they are coming from Arduino sensor hardware, so its a little more continuous, but I’m pretty sure I can make it work from here.

    Again, excellent work with the new version– its really a pleasure to use!

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