Monday, April 02, 2007

The point at which all software meets

In 2006, Nintendo introduced a game console called the Wii that comes with a motion-sensitive wireless Bluetooth controller called the Wiimote. CamilleTroillard has added an extension to his Open Sound Control translation software, OSCulator, enabling Macintosh users to receive acceleration information transmitted from the Wiimote, translated to OSC messages, and sent to Kyma where they can be used as live parameter controllers.
OSCulator is able to be used with many hardware devices and software, thanks to the OSC protocol. And using OSCulator, the Lemur can talk directly to the Kyma sound design workstation using higher bandwidth and higher resolution than MIDI controls ... with great ease of use.

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