• Jess

    hey thanks all!

    I've now added the comport function and connected it to the arduino serial port, which as far as I can tell seems to be working ok.

    I'm not sure though how to retrieve the 6 co-ordinate data points. I found an old thread (https://forum.pdpatchrepo.info/topic/7356/arduino-to-pure-data-via-serial-how-to-unpack-data-from-acceleromete) that was suggesting using repack and then unpack to pull each of the co-ordinate data points out separately.

    Screenshot 2020-10-20 at 23.16.44.png

    I'm not seeing any numbers coming out of the unpack object though - perhaps I'm radically over-simplifying!, but might anyone know what I'm missing?

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  • Jess

    Great thanks both! I added zexy to the startup window and its recognising the repack object now

    Thanks for your help!

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  • Jess

    Hey,

    I've uploaded the Zexy external on the latest version of PD-Vanilla (Pd-0.51-1) on my Mac, (I'm on Catalina) but when I go to add a repack object it still isn't recognised and won't create the object. Any ideas why?

    http://puredata.info/Members/zmoelnigbot/software/zexy/2.3.1/zexy[v2.3.1](Darwin-amd64-32)(Linux-amd64-32)(Linux-arm64-32)(Linux-armv7-32)(Linux-i386-32)(Windows-amd64-32)(Windows-i386-32).dek

    Best
    Jess

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    @Jess btw I'm using a Mac

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  • Jess

    Hey! Could anyone help me get started importing data from Arduino into PD-Vanilla?

    I have a gyroscope / accelerometer project in Arduino which serial.prints 6 data points from each of the accelerometer and gyroscope axes. I would like to bring these 6 data points into PD-Vanilla and unpack them so that they can separately drive objects in PD.

    Does anyone know how to do this in PD-Vanilla?

    Best
    Jess

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  • Jess

    Ok great, thanks for the tips. I'll give that a go!

    Best
    Jess

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  • Jess

    Hi there, I'm trying out Pure Data because I'm looking for an audio (and visual) platform that can interface with arduino IDE. I'm using data collected from sensors in IDE and want to use that to manipulate sounds in Pure Data.

    However, having a quick look round at tutorials, they all seem to be using PD-extended, which I see is no longer supported. I don't mind using that on a temporary basis, but before I get in too deep with PD, I want to know that I'll be able to keep using it in future.

    Would appreciate your help if anyone can confirm;

    1. Is there a currently supported version of PD that allows for communication with Arduino IDE?
    2. Is there some other intermediary that can be used to translate between IDE and PD Vanilla?
    3. Are there alternative platforms to PD which people are using for this sort of project (ie having arduino communicate with an audio platform to drive changes in sound?)

    Best
    Jess

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