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1  Topics / Interactive Art / Re: audiocubes by percussa, smart cubes for creating sounds, music and visuals on: April 11, 2012, 11:07:30 am
sure: at the moment you can do this by connecting audiocubes to a laptop and then send OSC or MIDI from the laptop to the arduino.

Another way is to use the flext Max/MSP or PD external for audiocubes - you can hook up your arduino to max/msp as well as the cubes to max/msp and then just pass data around between the two.

Finally you could also create a USB host using arduino (?) and connect the cubes that way. If anyone wants to do that we're happy to help with the protocol details necessary.

Power wise: the cubes have an internal rechargeable battery which is happy to charge from 100 to 500mA from a USB port.
2  Topics / Interactive Art / audiocubes by percussa, smart cubes for creating sounds, music and visuals on: April 11, 2012, 09:00:58 am
Hi,

I'm the designer of audiocubes, smart cubes for creating sounds, music and visuals. I thought I'd stop by and say hello!
If you don't know what audiocubes are check out http://land.percussa.com/audiocubes-developers/



I'd love to connect with developers here and look forward to collaborating on devices and interfaces that connect with the audiocubes sensor and communication platform.

Thanks,
B
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