Control your iPhone using an Arduino

Arduino Computers & Mobile Music

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When we last covered recotana’s Open Sound Controller (OSC) library for Arduino (ardOSC), he had an Arduino talking to an iPhone using the OSC protocol. The project worked quite well, however you had to manually connect the two together by specifying their IP address. Now, by adding an implementation of Bonjour, the Arduino can link up to the iPhone automagically, allowing one to easily get on with their mixing.

2 thoughts on “Control your iPhone using an Arduino

  1. Taivanbat Mongol says:

    Could anybody tell me an easier way?

  2. Thai Nguyen says:

    We (media and fans included) seem to be tỷ lệ cá cược bóng đá hôm nay obsessed with extremes. Of course, headlines such as ‘Rooney scores good penalty to impressively become England’s leading ty le cuoc ngoai hang anh goalscorer – something he should have done sooner given the opponents – despite not scoring many goals in tournament finals unlike Linker’ wouldn’t make a good headline. But its true.

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