RjDuino

Arduino Computers & Mobile Music


RjDuino allows you to control an Arduino with your iPhone running RjDj. I definitely want to try out this project, especially the pitch controlled LEDs.

Using a custom RjDj patch to control an Arduino. Made possible via the “netsend” and “netreceive” objects in PD, which are also usable in RjDj. The interface with the Arduino is made through the Firmata firmware in combination with the PDuino library.

In the Maker Shed:
Makershedsmall
Arduino Family
Make: Arduino

10 thoughts on “RjDuino

  1. Anon says:

    The gum chewing in that video makes me want to scream.

  2. RocketGuy says:

    No links to actual information or code.

    There’s gotta be a word for this, geektease?

    Can we make a link to the actual code a requirement for Ardu-postings? Just a thought, maybe I’m being too harsh there.

    Nah, code link or it didn’t happen.

    1. Marc de Vinck says:

      I know, I know, I thought the same thing, but this was really cool! I searched everywhere for this project, but couldn’t find any more info.

    2. Mike Dixon says:

      First, sorry about the gum chewing. I was raised by barbarians.

      Second, here are the PD files for download:
      http://mhdixon.googlepages.com/RjDuino.zip

      You’ll have to run the Firmata firmware on the Arduino (that’s included with the Arduino software) and you’ll have to use Rjserver or SSH to get the .rj onto your RjDj. Rjserver can be found in the RjDj Composer Pack here:
      http://trac.rjdj.me/wiki/ComposersPack

      1. Marc de Vinck says:

        Awesome Mike! Thanks. Love the project.

Comments are closed.

Tagged
Send this to a friend
FEEDBACK