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In Topic: OSC Drivers

23 August 2011 - 02:51 PM


I did eventually get a PoC working with OSC control. The main problem that I encountered was that I needed a function from the BitConverter that uses unsafe code. It works, but I was hoping to find a better, supported solution. It's been more than 6 months since I've even looked at this, but I'll attach what I have. No guarantee that this is any good and certainly not elegant :) has all of the OSC code and Program.cs has a little test code that I was using to test it with TouchOSC for iOS and some notes about things that I still planned to do to it.

I'd like to get back to this some day, but I've had other things going on lately keeping me away from it.

Hope this helps,

Hi Guys, i'm really new to the netduino and wanted to control some things with my iphone / android tablet over OSC (or is there something better for this?)

I've got some experiences with the arduino, but no experience with ethernet and this little tiny bastards (arduino + ethernet shield, netduino plus)

I didn't find any references in the net, like a step-by-step guide to use OSC with arduino / netduino plus.
Is there any?

regards Martin

In Topic: Recommend a scope or PC card for working with Netduino?

19 March 2011 - 12:40 PM

Or how about a 40kHz 2-Ch DIP-Size Mixed Signal Scope for $49?

Or get the same thing directly from the designer for $35

It's actually a powerful little device with a 320kHz 2ch scope, arbitrary waveform generator, external triggering, and 8 channel logic analyzer. It will do SPI, I2C, and UART decoding with more to come. Of course, the biggest drawback is the display size and resolution. It also requires a PDI programmer to flash new firmware to it. I don't expect it to replace a dedicated scope or LA, but I'm looking forward to messing with it.

In Topic: Power through 5V pin?

22 February 2011 - 09:41 PM

This should be fine, and is similar to what's happening when you power via USB. If your shield is using the Vin pin though, it's not going to be getting power. You will also be bypassing the reverse polarity protection that the barrel power connector has and USB power might try charge something that's connected to +5V. Chris Walker might chime in with more thoughts. The schematic is here if you want to take a look at how the power is routed: http://www.netduino....s/schematic.pdf

In Topic: 2 serial ports + RS422

22 February 2011 - 01:24 AM

This is going to require 3 UARTs and the Netduino only has two. A device like this would give you another UART via SPI: Then you'll need to shift the TTL to proper levels for RS422 (and RS232 if needed for the others).

In Topic: Netduino Plus in stock at SparkFun

18 February 2011 - 07:29 PM

Just received an email that Maker Shed now has http://www.makershed...ductCode=MKND02

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