The muio interface

The muio interface

Interesting project, any maker use it?-

The muio interface is a modular system for sensing and controlling the Real World, from programmes such as Pure Data, MAX/MSP, SuperCollider, Processing or something you have written yourself.

There are several interface controllers around now – some others are even OpenSource. They all have their pros and cons. However.

  • The muio needs NO PROGRAMMING.
  • The muio needs only 2 readily available chips to get started.

The muio interface is an I2C to USB hardware device, based on USBIO from Delcom Engineering. I2C is a standard protocol that is popular within robotics. There are several ready made chips and circuit boards that are i2C compliant. These can be ready connected to the muio and are controllable once you know the operation codes for that particular device.

The muio interface, thanks Steve! – Link.

2 thoughts on “The muio interface

  1. Shadyman says:

    Cool beans. I want one :)

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