…It will be updated…
If you guys don’t mind I just put here some reminders and thoughts about these days of learning.
I’m on :
Windows 7 home premium
windows // I Need to check it later …
there is no serial port in the current version of supercollider for windows. to get around that problem you can run this small relay program in Processing together with this sc code. it is also possible to use puredata, python or maxmsp - basically any program that has both a serial port and opensoundcontrol objects.
if it’s true : use Processing and libraries like a bridge from sc to arduino … check it soon.
1) arduino and the sc serial port
General understanding of the serial port…
Retrieve an array of available devices represented as String: Strings. On macOS and Linux, this list is obtained using a number of regular expression rules on files in the
/dev/ directory. On Windows, this is obtained using a registry key. The matching rules are designed to be identical to that of the Arduino IDE.
For backward compatibility, if
SerialPort.devicePattern is not nil,
SerialPort.devicePattern.pathMatch is returned instead of the default behavior.
2) actuators (leds, solenoids, motors etc)
to send osc commands from supercollider to processing look at supercolliderToProcessing.pde and supercolliderToProcessing.scd