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Nintendo Wii Remote Object 1.0B4

December 23, 2006 | 3:15 pm

Hi

I uploaded aka.wiiremote 1.0B4 for Nintendo Wii Remote.

http://www.iamas.ac.jp/~aka/max/#aka_wiiremote

It supports multiple Wii Remotes in this version.
But I think it is still unstable on PowerPC-Mac.

Thank you.

Masayuki Akamatsu


December 23, 2006 | 5:05 pm

Hello Masayuki and all,

This wii object is just great! I’m hoping some talented soul will translate the object to PC alos!!

Cheers!


December 24, 2006 | 7:43 am

Hi,

I notice that you have to setup your computer for Wii Remote using
"Bluetooth Setup Assistant" for the first time.

http://max.iamas.ac.jp:16080/modules/xeblog/?
action_xeblog_details=1&blog_id=67

In my experience with PowerBook G4, I have to configure my computer
every time before I use Wii Remote. My object (and also other
software, ex. DarwiinRemote) seems to work fine after the
configuration. It needs just only once on Intel-Mac (MacBook Pro.

Best,
Masayuki


December 28, 2006 | 7:49 pm

Hi Masayuki,

I have tested the b4 version on a PPC. It has the same problem as the
earlier version, I’m not able to get the leds lighting, vibrate or start
monitoruing of ir after it has loaded. Bluetooth is set up as described
in your blog post. Darwiin have the same behaviour. If it is working
fine and reliable on an Intel-Mac, I suppose that it is an issue with
PPC and either the wii framework or the bluetooth API. If anyone else
have it working properly on PPC, please let me know.

Thanks for the object anyway, I hope to be able to get myself a new
laptop sometimes next year

Best,
Trond

Masayuki Akamatsu wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I notice that you have to setup your computer for Wii Remote using
> "Bluetooth Setup Assistant" for the first time.
>
> http://max.iamas.ac.jp:16080/modules/xeblog/?action_xeblog_details=1&blog_id=67
>
>
> In my experience with PowerBook G4, I have to configure my computer
> every time before I use Wii Remote. My object (and also other
> software, ex. DarwiinRemote) seems to work fine after the
> configuration. It needs just only once on Intel-Mac (MacBook Pro.
>
> Best,
> Masayuki


December 29, 2006 | 12:50 am

I second that, same situation as before. Darwin has same behavior

Guess Ill have to get a macbookpro!


January 2, 2007 | 7:28 pm

Hi Masayuki, Hi every body,
first of all : Happy new year for all of you on this forum .

thanks Masayuki for that great patch, it was like a christmas gift ;-)

I have started working with it on my MacBook Pro and it works fine : I made a quick Makenote patch using the acceleration datas as velocity to control 3 midi instruments (one for each accelerometer axis) in Ableton Live : very cool ! The most abvious is the virtual maracas , but many more instruments are funny to control while dancing around ;-) .

I have in plan to use the Wii remote also in VJ stuff (in the OpenGL 3D space for example ), and please I have a question :
– do you process in your code the raw data from the accelerometer, I mean scaling or any other treatment , or i sit as-i from the device ?
– is it your choice to make the "acceleration" data behavior as it is , I mean if I understood well : 0 to 100 = negative acceleration, 100 to 155 = kind of angle report (X-axis and Y axis only) , 155 to 255 positive acceleration
– is it possible to make the stream of data from accelerometer more stable, I think U know what I mean, when Wii is in hand without any mouvement data should not change so quickly like if the hand is trembling …. I may do that treatment myself in the patch but I did’nt find any clue yet to do that … if any one have an idea it will be welcome, may be it should be done in the code (object) to be more efficient, I don’t know really .

I attach a piece of work-in-progress if someone is interested , it is not a grammy competitor but it can show (send wii_zooM and wii_zooB must be added and connected on an aka.wiiremote object at resp. "motion" and "button" outputs)

thanks again and best regards
zoomak


January 3, 2007 | 9:07 am

Hi,

On 2007/01/03, at 4:28, ravelomanantsoa marc wrote:

> – do you process in your code the raw data from the accelerometer,
> I mean scaling or any other treatment , or i sit as-i from the
> device ?

I do nothing special.

> – is it your choice to make the "acceleration" data behavior as it
> is , I mean if I understood well : 0 to 100 = negative
> acceleration, 100 to 155 = kind of angle report (X-axis and Y axis
> only) , 155 to 255 positive acceleration

It depends on a "calibration".

You can pseud-calibrate it. For example, put Wiiremote on the
horizontal table and remember the values on the front-side up, right-
side up and bottom-side up. They are the reference values of no
acceleration. (Of course, there is the acceleration of gravity if you
are on the earth.)

I might be able to calibrate the Wiiremote internally in the future.
But you should do it b yourself at this time.

> – is it possible to make the stream of data from accelerometer
> more stable, I think U know what I mean, when Wii is in hand
> without any mouvement data should not change so quickly like if the
> hand is trembling …. I may do that treatment myself in the patch
> but I did’nt find any clue yet to do that … if any one have an
> idea it will be welcome, may be it should be done in the code
> (object) to be more efficient, I don’t know really .

aka.wiiremote communicates Wiiremote automatically and outputs the
values when it receives a bang message. I’ll check the unstability
that you mentioned but it might be a Wiiremote’s internal behavior.

Thank you.

Masayuki Akamatsu


January 3, 2007 | 1:25 pm

> It depends on a "calibration".
>
> You can pseud-calibrate it. For example, put Wiiremote on the
> horizontal table and remember the values on the front-side up,
> right-side up and bottom-side up. They are the reference values of no
> acceleration. (Of course, there is the acceleration of gravity if you
> are on the earth.)
>
> I might be able to calibrate the Wiiremote internally in the future.
> But you should do it b yourself at this time.

I would prefer that nothing extra is done inside the external. It is not
difficult to find workarounds smoothing the data to your needs, and
there is a lot more flexibility in terms of how to do so if it is done
in a Max patch instead of inside the external.

>> – is it possible to make the stream of data from accelerometer more
>> stable, I think U know what I mean, when Wii is in hand without any
>> mouvement data should not change so quickly like if the hand is
>> trembling …. I may do that treatment myself in the patch but I
>> did’nt find any clue yet to do that … if any one have an idea it
>> will be welcome, may be it should be done in the code (object) to be
>> more efficient, I don’t know really .

If you want data to be more stable, you should low-pass filter it one
way or another. Some possibilities would be to use slide, or calculate
the average of the last nth values. The Litter object lp.stacey in
running mode is good for this.
> aka.wiiremote communicates Wiiremote automatically and outputs the
> values when it receives a bang message. I’ll check the unstability
> that you mentioned but it might be a Wiiremote’s internal behavior.

I think so.

Best,
Trond


January 3, 2007 | 4:09 pm

i can confirm you that with powerPC
your app makes max crash as soon as i click on "connect" message

:-(
will you fix it for macosx PowerpC users?

thanx
and best compliments also from this part.

tom


January 4, 2007 | 7:03 am

Hi tom,

On 2007/01/04, at 1:09, tommy wrote:

> your app makes max crash as soon as i click on "connect" message

In my experience with PowerBook G4, my object works.
Please check my FAQ.

http://max.iamas.ac.jp:16080/modules/xeblog/?
action_xeblog_details=1&blog_id=60

also

http://max.iamas.ac.jp:16080/modules/xeblog/?
action_xeblog_details=1&blog_id=67

I know some users reported the unstablities on PowerPC but I’ve not
pinpointed the cause yet.

Best,
Masayuki


January 4, 2007 | 9:15 am

Can you post a crashlog? might give more hints as to waht the problem is.

Trond

tommy wrote:
> i can confirm you that with powerPC
> your app makes max crash as soon as i click on "connect" message
>
>
> :-(
> will you fix it for macosx PowerpC users?
>
> thanx
> and best compliments also from this part.
>
> tom


January 4, 2007 | 11:05 am

Oh well i may say I’m sorry because it was just my fault.
I was not at home and trying to use your object without a blutooth system on my computer and without the wii.
The reason of the crash might be that as soon as i clicked the "connnect" button, without having set up bluetooth, it would crash the application.
By the way, here it is:

Date/Time: 2007-01-04 12:00:21.459 +0100
OS Version: 10.4.8 (Build 8L127)
Report Version: 4

Command: MaxMSP
Path: /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/MaxMSP.app/Contents/MacOS/MaxMSP
Parent: WindowServer [57]

Version: ??? (4.6.2)

PID: 527
Thread: 0

Exception: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (0×0001)
Codes: KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE (0×0002) at 0x0000000a

Thread 0 Crashed:
0 libobjc.A.dylib 0x90a3f100 objc_msgSend + 32
1 com.apple.Bluetooth 0x952e8938 IOBluetoothDeviceSearchCreate + 440
2 com.apple.Bluetooth 0x953271e4 -[IOBluetoothDeviceInquiry startSearch] + 124
3 com.apple.Bluetooth 0x95326dd8 -[IOBluetoothDeviceInquiry start] + 196
4 com.apple.Bluetooth 0x95327cf4 IOBluetoothDeviceInquiryStart + 140
5 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x00044be0 typedmess_fun + 3288 (message.c:694)
6 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x0014a8ac outlet_anything + 536 (inletoutlet.c:960)
7 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0×00044874 typedmess_fun + 2412 (message.c:631)
8 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x00044e2c typedmess + 104 (message.c:399)
9 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x00045ef4 aeval + 1804 (message.c:1061)
10 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x0000bbfc atombuf_eval + 216 (atombuf.c:234)
11 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0×00106258 vmessage_bang(_vmessage*) + 84 (vmessage.c:58)
12 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0×00108270 vmessage_click(_vmessage*) + 504 (vmessage.c:238)
13 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x0001574c box_click + 224 (box.c:123)
14 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x0004d37c patcher_boxclick + 652 (patcher.c:2175)
15 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x0004ff6c patcher_click + 1692 (patcher.c:2424)
16 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x00099b28 wind_click + 212 (window.c:1118)
17 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x000a0e40 wind_event + 644 (window.c:818)
18 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x00038f2c app_eventhandler(OpaqueEventHandlerCallRef*, OpaqueEventRef*, void*) + 1512 (main.c:1597)
19 com.apple.HIToolbox 0×93207554 DispatchEventToHandlers(EventTargetRec*, OpaqueEventRef*, HandlerCallRec*) + 692
20 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x93206cac SendEventToEventTargetInternal(OpaqueEventRef*, OpaqueEventTargetRef*, HandlerCallRec*) + 372
21 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x9320da60 SendEventToEventTarget + 40
22 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x93299d48 HandleMouseEventForWindow(OpaqueWindowPtr*, OpaqueEventRef*, unsigned short) + 236
23 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x932992c0 HandleMouseEvent(OpaqueEventRef*) + 368
24 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x9320ddcc ToolboxEventDispatcherHandler(OpaqueEventHandlerCallRef*, OpaqueEventRef*, void*) + 496
25 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x932077a4 DispatchEventToHandlers(EventTargetRec*, OpaqueEventRef*, HandlerCallRec*) + 1284
26 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x93206cac SendEventToEventTargetInternal(OpaqueEventRef*, OpaqueEventTargetRef*, HandlerCallRec*) + 372
27 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x9320da60 SendEventToEventTarget + 40
28 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x9324e7a0 ToolboxEventDispatcher + 92
29 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x9324e72c HLTBEventDispatcher + 16
30 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x9324cce4 RunApplicationEventLoop + 148
31 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x0003859c app_run + 96 (main.c:1458)
32 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0×00038870 main + 704 (main.c:415)
33 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x00001f5c _start + 340 (crt.c:272)
34 com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 0x00001e04 start + 60

Thread 1:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x90054ae8 semaphore_timedwait_signal_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0×90071168 pthread_cond_timedwait_relative_np + 556
2 …ple.CoreServices.CarbonCore 0x90bf5500 TSWaitOnSemaphoreCommon + 176
3 …ple.CoreServices.CarbonCore 0x90bfd49c TimerThread + 60
4 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 2:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000ab48 mach_msg_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000aa9c mach_msg + 60
2 com.apple.audio.midi.CoreMIDI 0x970c7ac8 XServerMachPort::ReceiveMessage(int&, void*, int&) + 84
3 com.apple.audio.midi.CoreMIDI 0x970bac80 MIDIInPortThread::Run() + 64
4 com.apple.audio.midi.CoreMIDI 0x970bef44 XThread::RunHelper(void*) + 28
5 com.apple.audio.midi.CoreMIDI 0x970c887c CAPThread::Entry(CAPThread*) + 96
6 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 3:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000ab48 mach_msg_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000aa9c mach_msg + 60
2 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x907dcb78 __CFRunLoopRun + 832
3 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x907dc47c CFRunLoopRunSpecific + 268
4 com.apple.audio.CoreAudio 0x9145563c HALRunLoop::OwnThread(void*) + 264
5 com.apple.audio.CoreAudio 0x914553dc CAPThread::Entry(CAPThread*) + 96
6 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 4:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000ab48 mach_msg_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000aa9c mach_msg + 60
2 libjvm.dylib 0x9653ed2c operator new(unsigned long) + 7580
3 libjvm.dylib 0x9653ecc0 operator new(unsigned long) + 7472
4 libjvm.dylib 0x9653ec44 operator new(unsigned long) + 7348
5 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 5:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000ab48 mach_msg_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000aa9c mach_msg + 60
2 libjvm.dylib 0x9658f578 jio_snprintf + 290832
3 libjvm.dylib 0x9658fb7c jio_snprintf + 292372
4 libjvm.dylib 0x9658f7d0 jio_snprintf + 291432
5 libjvm.dylib 0x9658f324 jio_snprintf + 290236
6 libjvm.dylib 0x9653ec44 operator new(unsigned long) + 7348
7 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 6:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000ab48 mach_msg_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000aa9c mach_msg + 60
2 libjvm.dylib 0x9658f4bc jio_snprintf + 290644
3 libjvm.dylib 0x9659bf50 JVM_MonitorWait + 1984
4 libjvm.dylib 0x9659ba64 JVM_MonitorWait + 724
5 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b898 JVM_MonitorWait + 264
6 < <00000000>> 0x07f38580 0 + 133399936
7 < <00000000>> 0x07f31fb0 0 + 133373872
8 < <00000000>> 0x07f31fb0 0 + 133373872
9 < <00000000>> 0x07f2f16c 0 + 133362028
10 libjvm.dylib 0x965906fc jio_snprintf + 295316
11 libjvm.dylib 0x965905a4 jio_snprintf + 294972
12 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b5d8 JVM_StartThread + 2564
13 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b4bc JVM_StartThread + 2280
14 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b444 JVM_StartThread + 2160
15 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b2d8 JVM_StartThread + 1796
16 libjvm.dylib 0x9653ec44 operator new(unsigned long) + 7348
17 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 7:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000ab48 mach_msg_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000aa9c mach_msg + 60
2 libjvm.dylib 0x9658f4bc jio_snprintf + 290644
3 libjvm.dylib 0x9659bf50 JVM_MonitorWait + 1984
4 libjvm.dylib 0x9659ba64 JVM_MonitorWait + 724
5 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b898 JVM_MonitorWait + 264
6 < <00000000>> 0x07f38580 0 + 133399936
7 < <00000000>> 0x07f31fb0 0 + 133373872
8 < <00000000>> 0x07f31ec0 0 + 133373632
9 < <00000000>> 0x07f31ec0 0 + 133373632
10 < <00000000>> 0x07f2f16c 0 + 133362028
11 libjvm.dylib 0x965906fc jio_snprintf + 295316
12 libjvm.dylib 0x965905a4 jio_snprintf + 294972
13 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b5d8 JVM_StartThread + 2564
14 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b4bc JVM_StartThread + 2280
15 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b444 JVM_StartThread + 2160
16 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b2d8 JVM_StartThread + 1796
17 libjvm.dylib 0x9653ec44 operator new(unsigned long) + 7348
18 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 8:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000ab48 mach_msg_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000aa9c mach_msg + 60
2 libjvm.dylib 0x9658f578 jio_snprintf + 290832
3 libjvm.dylib 0x965b0ba4 JVM_InternString + 3516
4 libjvm.dylib 0x965b0940 JVM_InternString + 2904
5 libjvm.dylib 0x9653ec44 operator new(unsigned long) + 7348
6 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 9:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002bcb8 semaphore_wait_trap + 8
1 libjvm.dylib 0x965b12bc JVM_InternString + 5332
2 libjvm.dylib 0x965b1070 JVM_InternString + 4744
3 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b2d8 JVM_StartThread + 1796
4 libjvm.dylib 0x9653ec44 operator new(unsigned long) + 7348
5 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 10:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000ab48 mach_msg_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000aa9c mach_msg + 60
2 libjvm.dylib 0x9658f4bc jio_snprintf + 290644
3 libjvm.dylib 0x9658fbdc jio_snprintf + 292468
4 libjvm.dylib 0x965b23fc JVM_InternString + 9748
5 libjvm.dylib 0x965b2164 JVM_InternString + 9084
6 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b2d8 JVM_StartThread + 1796
7 libjvm.dylib 0x9653ec44 operator new(unsigned long) + 7348
8 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 11:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000ab48 mach_msg_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9000aa9c mach_msg + 60
2 libjvm.dylib 0x9658f4bc jio_snprintf + 290644
3 libjvm.dylib 0x9659bf50 JVM_MonitorWait + 1984
4 libjvm.dylib 0x9659ba64 JVM_MonitorWait + 724
5 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b898 JVM_MonitorWait + 264
6 < <00000000>> 0x07fc9924 0 + 133994788
7 < <00000000>> 0x07fca18c 0 + 133996940
8 < <00000000>> 0x07fa6680 0 + 133850752
9 < <00000000>> 0x07f32310 0 + 133374736
10 < <00000000>> 0x07f2f16c 0 + 133362028
11 libjvm.dylib 0x965906fc jio_snprintf + 295316
12 libjvm.dylib 0x965905a4 jio_snprintf + 294972
13 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b5d8 JVM_StartThread + 2564
14 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b4bc JVM_StartThread + 2280
15 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b444 JVM_StartThread + 2160
16 libjvm.dylib 0x9659b2d8 JVM_StartThread + 1796
17 libjvm.dylib 0x9653ec44 operator new(unsigned long) + 7348
18 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 12:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002e88c kevent + 12
1 com.apple.DesktopServices 0x92874eb0 TFSNotificationTask::FSNotificationTaskProc(void*) + 56
2 …ple.CoreServices.CarbonCore 0x90bc28b0 PrivateMPEntryPoint + 76
3 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 13:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002bbc8 semaphore_wait_signal_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x900306ac pthread_cond_wait + 480
2 …ple.CoreServices.CarbonCore 0x90bc2aa0 MPWaitOnQueue + 224
3 com.apple.DesktopServices 0x9287552c TNodeSyncTask::SyncTaskProc(void*) + 116
4 …ple.CoreServices.CarbonCore 0x90bc28b0 PrivateMPEntryPoint + 76
5 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 14:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x90054ae8 semaphore_timedwait_signal_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0×90071168 pthread_cond_timedwait_relative_np + 556
2 …ple.CoreServices.CarbonCore 0x90bc2aa0 MPWaitOnQueue + 224
3 com.apple.DesktopServices 0x9289fb8c TPropertyTask::PropertyTaskProc(void*) + 72
4 …ple.CoreServices.CarbonCore 0x90bc28b0 PrivateMPEntryPoint + 76
5 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 15:
0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x90054ae8 semaphore_timedwait_signal_trap + 8
1 libSystem.B.dylib 0×90071168 pthread_cond_timedwait_relative_np + 556
2 …ple.CoreServices.CarbonCore 0x90bc2aa0 MPWaitOnQueue + 224
3 com.apple.DesktopServices 0x9289fb8c TPropertyTask::PropertyTaskProc(void*) + 72
4 …ple.CoreServices.CarbonCore 0x90bc28b0 PrivateMPEntryPoint + 76
5 libSystem.B.dylib 0x9002b508 _pthread_body + 96

Thread 0 crashed with PPC Thread State 64:
srr0: 0x0000000090a3f100 srr1: 0x000000000200f030 vrsave: 0×0000000000000000
cr: 0×44022288 xer: 0×0000000020000002 lr: 0x00000000952e8938 ctr: 0x0000000090a3f0e0
r0: 0x00000000952e8938 r1: 0x00000000bfffd380 r2: 0x000000000000000a r3: 0x00000000bffff680
r4: 0x0000000090aa8904 r5: 0x00000000000000a0 r6: 0×0000000000000030 r7: 0x0000000000000e03
r8: 0×0000000000000000 r9: 0×0000000000000000 r10: 0x00000000907bcaf4 r11: 0x000000006f548904
r12: 0x0000000000c22af0 r13: 0×0000000000000002 r14: 0×0000000000000000 r15: 0x00000000a32072b8
r16: 0x0000000000c14d10 r17: 0x00000000bffff680 r18: 0x000000006d6f7573 r19: 0×0000000000000001
r20: 0x0000000000c24300 r21: 0×0000000000000000 r22: 0x0000000005c00d50 r23: 0×0000000000000000
r24: 0×0000000095327880 r25: 0x00000000bffff680 r26: 0x0000000005c00d54 r27: 0x0000000005cfe440
r28: 0x0000000005cba340 r29: 0x0000000005c00d50 r30: 0x00000000e00002c2 r31: 0x00000000952e8794

Binary Images Description:
0×1000 – 0x2c9fff com.cycling74.MaxMSP46 ??? (4.6.2) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/MaxMSP.app/Contents/MacOS/MaxMSP
0xcadc90 – 0xcadd42 CFMPriv_CoreFoundation PEF binary: CFMPriv_CoreFoundation
0xcadf30 – 0xcadfe5 CFMPriv_DVComponentGlue PEF binary: CFMPriv_DVComponentGlue
0xcae200 – 0xcae2a3 CFMPriv_QuickTime PEF binary: CFMPriv_QuickTime
0xcae310 – 0xcae387 CFMPriv_System PEF binary: CFMPriv_System
0xcae630 – 0xcae700 CFMPriv_CarbonSound PEF binary: CFMPriv_CarbonSound
0xcae780 – 0xcae853 CFMPriv_CommonPanels PEF binary: CFMPriv_CommonPanels
0xcae930 – 0xcae9eb CFMPriv_Help PEF binary: CFMPriv_Help
0xcae9f0 – 0xcaeaba CFMPriv_HIToolbox PEF binary: CFMPriv_HIToolbox
0xcaeb40 – 0xcaec16 CFMPriv_HTMLRendering PEF binary: CFMPriv_HTMLRendering
0xcaec90 – 0xcaed63 CFMPriv_ImageCapture PEF binary: CFMPriv_ImageCapture
0xcaedf0 – 0xcaeed5 CFMPriv_NavigationServices PEF binary: CFMPriv_NavigationServices
0xcaef50 – 0xcaf026 CFMPriv_OpenScripting?MacBLib PEF binary: CFMPriv_OpenScripting?MacBLib
0xcaf100 – 0xcaf1be CFMPriv_Print PEF binary: CFMPriv_Print
0xcaf1e0 – 0xcaf2ad CFMPriv_SecurityHI PEF binary: CFMPriv_SecurityHI
0xcaf330 – 0xcaf412 CFMPriv_SpeechRecognition PEF binary: CFMPriv_SpeechRecognition
0xcaf490 – 0xcaf563 CFMPriv_CarbonCore PEF binary: CFMPriv_CarbonCore
0xcaf5e0 – 0xcaf6b3 CFMPriv_OSServices PEF binary: CFMPriv_OSServices
0xcaf790 – 0xcaf852 CFMPriv_AE PEF binary: CFMPriv_AE
0xcaf860 – 0xcaf925 CFMPriv_ATS PEF binary: CFMPriv_ATS
0xcaf9a0 – 0xcafa77 CFMPriv_ColorSync PEF binary: CFMPriv_ColorSync
0xcafb00 – 0xcafbe3 CFMPriv_FindByContent PEF binary: CFMPriv_FindByContent
0xcafc60 – 0xcafd3a CFMPriv_HIServices PEF binary: CFMPriv_HIServices
0xcafdb0 – 0xcafe90 CFMPriv_LangAnalysis PEF binary: CFMPriv_LangAnalysis
0xcaff20 – 0xcb0006 CFMPriv_LaunchServices PEF binary: CFMPriv_LaunchServices
0xcb00e0 – 0xcb01b7 CFMPriv_PrintCore PEF binary: CFMPriv_PrintCore
0xcb01c0 – 0xcb0282 CFMPriv_QD PEF binary: CFMPriv_QD
0xcb0380 – 0xcb0469 CFMPriv_SpeechSynthesis PEF binary: CFMPriv_SpeechSynthesis
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0x199e000 – 0x199ffff com.cycling74.midi_adrewire ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/mididrivers/midi_adrewire.mxo/Contents/MacOS/midi_adrewire
0x1bd3000 – 0x1bd4fff com.cycling74.emovie ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/emovie.mxo/Contents/MacOS/emovie
0x1da5000 – 0x1db0fff com.cycling74.MaxAudioAPI ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/MaxMSP.app/Contents/Frameworks/MaxAudioAPI.framework/Versions/A/MaxAudioAPI
0×2091000 – 0×2093007 ezadc~ PEF binary: ezadc~
0x20a3400 – 0x20a5380 ezdac~ PEF binary: ezdac~
0x4aca000 – 0x4acafff com.cycling74.loadmess ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/externals/loadmess.mxo/Contents/MacOS/loadmess
0x4acd000 – 0x4acefff com.cycling74.pak ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/externals/pak.mxo/Contents/MacOS/pak
0x4ad9000 – 0x4adafff org.akamatsu.aka.wiiremote ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/patches/aka.wiiremote/aka.wiiremote.mxo/Contents/MacOS/aka.wiiremote
0x4e03000 – 0x4e0e67a ambimonitor PEF binary: ambimonitor
0x4e0f000 – 0x4e70f19 MaxPPC3.1 PEF binary: MaxPPC3.1
0x4e71000 – 0x4ec03c7 CarbonLibpwpc PEF binary: CarbonLibpwpc
0x4ec03d0 – 0x4ed86bd Apple;Carbon;Multimedia PEF binary: Apple;Carbon;Multimedia
0x4ee6000 – 0x4ee9fff com.cycling74.dial ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/dial.mxo/Contents/MacOS/dial
0x4eed000 – 0x4eeffff com.cycling74.dropfile ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/dropfile.mxo/Contents/MacOS/dropfile
0x4ef3000 – 0x4ef5fff com.cycling74.edetonate ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/edetonate.mxo/Contents/MacOS/edetonate
0x4ef9000 – 0x4efcfff com.cycling74.efunc ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/efunc.mxo/Contents/MacOS/efunc
0x4f00000 – 0x4f05fff com.cycling74.envi ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/envi.mxo/Contents/MacOS/envi
0x4f12000 – 0x4f14fff com.cycling74.etable ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/etable.mxo/Contents/MacOS/etable
0x4f18000 – 0x4f22839 MaxAudioLib PEF binary: MaxAudioLib
0x4f23000 – 0x4f23fff com.cycling74.times~ ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/externals/times~.mxo/Contents/MacOS/times~
0x4f26000 – 0x4f2dfff com.cycling74.ad_coreaudio ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/ad/ad_coreaudio.mxo/Contents/MacOS/ad_coreaudio
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0x537b000 – 0x537dfff com.cycling74.ad_nonreal ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/ad/ad_nonreal.mxo/Contents/MacOS/ad_nonreal
0×5380000 – 0x538afff com.cycling74.ad_rewire ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/ad/ad_rewire.mxo/Contents/MacOS/ad_rewire
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0x53b9000 – 0x53bdfff com.cycling74.fpic ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/fpic.mxo/Contents/MacOS/fpic
0x53c1000 – 0x53c6fff com.cycling74.function ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/function.mxo/Contents/MacOS/function
0x53ca000 – 0x53cbfff com.cycling74.gswitch ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/gswitch.mxo/Contents/MacOS/gswitch
0x53cf000 – 0x53d30ed gain~ PEF binary: gain~
0×5415000 – 0x5416fff com.cycling74.gswitch2 ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/gswitch2.mxo/Contents/MacOS/gswitch2
0×5419000 – 0x541bfff com.cycling74.hint ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/hint.mxo/Contents/MacOS/hint
0x541f000 – 0x5422fff com.cycling74.hslider ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/hslider.mxo/Contents/MacOS/hslider
0×5426000 – 0x542afff com.cycling74.imovie ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/imovie.mxo/Contents/MacOS/imovie
0x542e000 – 0x542ffff com.cycling74.incdec ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/incdec.mxo/Contents/MacOS/incdec
0×5432000 – 0x5446fff com.cycling74.jit.cellblock ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/jit.cellblock.mxo/Contents/MacOS/jit.cellblock
0x544e000 – 0x55a3fff com.cycling74.JitterAPI 1.6.2 /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/MaxMSP.app/Contents/Frameworks/JitterAPI.framework/JitterAPI
0x567b000 – 0x58f3fff com.nvidia.cg 1.4.0b3 (???) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/jitter-externals/Cg.framework/Cg
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0x59ff000 – 0x5a833b2 Component PEF binary: Component
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0x5bb6000 – 0x5bcdfff com.cycling74.mxj ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/externals/mxj.mxo/Contents/MacOS/mxj
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0x61b1000 – 0x61b6fff com.cycling74.jsjitter ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/jsextensions/jsjitter.mxo/Contents/MacOS/jsjitter
0x61bb000 – 0x61bcfff com.cycling74.jstrigger ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/jsextensions/jstrigger.mxo/Contents/MacOS/jstrigger
0x61de000 – 0x61e1fff com.cycling74.kslider ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/kslider.mxo/Contents/MacOS/kslider
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0xa5da000 – 0xa5e0fff com.cycling74.multislider ??? (1.0) /Applications/MaxMSP 4.6/Cycling ’74/max-startup/multislider.mxo/Contents/MacOS/multislider
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January 4, 2007 | 12:39 pm

hi,

I bought myself a remote yesterday, and it’s mostly working fine.
Much kudos to Masayuki for creating the object.

There’s a few things I wanted to check, that I couldn’t find on
Masayuki’s site…

(MacBookPro, latest max/msp/jitter)

I ran the Bluetooth setup app, and got as far as entering the passkey
(which of course I can’t do on the remote!). Despite quitting Setup
at this point, aka.wiiremote still connects to the remote and
receives data. Is that as it should be, or is there something I still
need to do with Bluetooth Setup?

I’m getting the accelerometer and switch data, but nothing from the
IR sensor (I tried putting a couple of candles up by my laptop), and
the LED light switches have no effect. Is there something I need to
do to get the remote to send IR data? And the vibration switch
doesn’t appear to be doing anything either (do I have to send some
other data to the remote to get it to vibrate?)

I’m not quite sure what’s happening with the power switch on the
remote. I’ve found that if I press & hold it for a few seconds then
the remote powers off. Powering back in seems to require pressing
buttons 1 & 2 (or the red sync button i suppose) so that sync starts
- once the blue lights stop flashing the remote is active again. Is
that the expected behaviour?

thanks

David


January 4, 2007 | 12:59 pm

In answer to some of my own questions, and in case it’s useful to
someone else …
>
>
> I ran the Bluetooth setup app, and got as far as entering the
> passkey (which of course I can’t do on the remote!). Despite
> quitting Setup at this point, aka.wiiremote still connects to the
> remote and receives data.

There’s an option button early on in the set up process that allows
you to connect to devices that don’t require a passkey. So that’s
that one sorted.

The leds and vibration are working now, and I also got the IR sensors
working with candles. It’s a bit flakey (goes off the scale and
loses the "connectin" easily) , and I can’t see that any venues will
be happy with candles on the laptop :-) so I’ll look into the IR
beam thing. Is the IR bar another Nintendo accessory?

>
> I’m not quite sure what’s happening with the power switch on the
> remote. I’ve found that if I press & hold it for a few seconds then
> the remote powers off. Powering back in seems to require pressing
> buttons 1 & 2 (or the red sync button i suppose) so that sync
> starts – once the blue lights stop flashing the remote is active
> again. Is that the expected behaviour?

Still not clear on this, but I usually seem to be able to get the
remote to connect, so no worries.

thanks

David


January 4, 2007 | 7:46 pm

hi,
i just bought a remote and everything (only ir not testet) working fine on a MacBook Pro (2.33) and max 4.6.2

thank you for this object.

pe


January 5, 2007 | 3:05 pm

>
> It supports multiple Wii Remotes in this version.

how many remotes would be possible ? lets say 20 for a installation ?

thanks

pe


January 6, 2007 | 6:40 am

Hi,

On 2007/01/04, at 21:59, David Stevens wrote:

> The leds and vibration are working now, and I also got the IR
> sensors working with candles. It’s a bit flakey (goes off the
> scale and loses the "connectin" easily) , and I can’t see that any
> venues will be happy with candles on the laptop :-) so I’ll look
> into the IR beam thing. Is the IR bar another Nintendo accessory?

I’ve not gotten the sensor bar yet.
It’s one of accessories of the Wii console.
I think Nintedo does not sell it separately.

The actual spacing of LEDs seems to be about 40 cm.
( Please someone who own it, let us know.)
And the user should stand 5 meters front from it.

> I’m not quite sure what’s happening with the power switch on the
> remote. I’ve found that if I press & hold it for a few seconds then
> the remote powers off. Powering back in seems to require pressing
> buttons 1 & 2 (or the red sync button i suppose) so that sync
> starts – once the blue lights stop flashing the remote is active
> again. Is that the expected behaviour?

I think the power button turns the Wii console and remote off (or
lets them sleep).
Thus that would be normal.

Best,
Masayuki


January 6, 2007 | 6:45 am

Hi,

On 2007/01/06, at 0:05, pelang wrote:

>>
>> It supports multiple Wii Remotes in this version.
>
> how many remotes would be possible ? lets say 20 for a installation ?

I’ve used three remotes at a time with one computer.
http://max.iamas.ac.jp:16080/modules/xeblog/?
action_xeblog_details=1&blog_id=71

I don’t know the maximum number. Please anyone try the Guinness Book.

Best,
Masayuki


January 6, 2007 | 11:24 pm

Nintendo sells the sensor bar separtely, might be sold out
like all the other wii remotes (where are you guys getting
these things, ebay? i want one too!).

http://www.nintendo.com/accessorieswii

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January 7, 2007 | 12:00 am

On 6 Jan 2007, at 23:24, Chubb wrote:
> might be sold out
> like all the other wii remotes (where are you guys getting
> these things, ebay? i want one too!).

Believe it or not, I got mine in my local Tesco superstore!

David


January 7, 2007 | 2:46 am

On 2007/01/07, at 8:24, Chubb wrote:

> http://www.nintendo.com/accessorieswii

http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wii/accessories/index.html

I have to call guys in Kyoto…

Best,
Masayuki


January 7, 2007 | 1:57 pm

Masayuki,
In the states, or at least in new york, the wii remote is
sold out everywhere. looking on ebay, but its getting
expensive. Does your aka.wiiremote also get affected by
the nunchuck assecories to the wii remote (just checking to
see what i am getting myself into).
-chuck

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January 7, 2007 | 3:22 pm

Hi,

On 2007/01/06, at 15:40, Masayuki Akamatsu wrote:

> And the user should stand 5 meters front from it.

I made a little mistake.
5 meters is the maximum distance.
Nintendo recommends the user stand 1 – 3 meters front from the sensor
bar.

Masayuki


January 7, 2007 | 3:22 pm

Hi Chuck,

On 2007/01/07, at 22:57, Chubb wrote:

> Does your aka.wiiremote also get affected by
> the nunchuck assecories to the wii remote

No affection at this version.

Best,
Masayuki


January 7, 2007 | 10:00 pm

when i try to set it up is asks that i enter a code on the device ie the wii remote, how the hell do i do this?


January 7, 2007 | 10:17 pm

Open Bluetooth Setup Assistant
Select "Any device" in Select Device Type
Click Continue – you’ll see "Passkey Options" at the bottom of the
screen, click this and select
"Do not use a passkey with this device"
then click ok, and complete the process.

David

On 7 Jan 2007, at 22:00, boatyfox wrote:

>
> when i try to set it up is asks that i enter a code on the device
> ie the wii remote, how the hell do i do this?
> –
> http://www.myspace.com/snootythefox


January 8, 2007 | 10:32 am

Chubb wrote:
> Nintendo sells the sensor bar separtely, might be sold out
> like all the other wii remotes (where are you guys getting
> these things, ebay? i want one too!).

I am sure Nintendo never in their weirdest dreams would expect to sell
more remotes than wii’s. But I know only people which would buy a remote
but never would even consider to buy a wii… -;)

We live in a nice litte strange world…

Stefan


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January 10, 2007 | 9:15 pm

Hi Masayuki & list,

I have another question regarding using more then one remote.
Would it be possible to implement the option to connect to a specific
device fe. the message "connect to" followed by the device address or
mac adress of the specific remote?

Thanks for your work!

Hendrik

On 05 Jan 2007, at 16:05, pelang wrote:

>
>
>>
>> It supports multiple Wii Remotes in this version.
>
> how many remotes would be possible ? lets say 20 for a installation ?
>
> thanks
>
> pe


January 11, 2007 | 12:10 am

Hi Hendrik,

On 2007/01/11, at 7:17, hendrik wrote:

> Would it be possible to implement the option to connect to a
> specific device fe. the message "connect to" followed by the device
> address or mac adress of the specific remote?

I think it’s possible. Every bluetooth device has a unique 48-bits
device address.
http://max.iamas.ac.jp:16080/modules/xeblog/index.php?
action_xeblog_details=1&blog_id=64

Thus the object would be able to ignore a device that is not specified.
The message would be like "connect 00-19-1D-3E-1B-0B".
And you have to push the sync button of each remotes.
It dose not seem to be so smart, isn’t it

Any other idea ?

Best,
Masayuki


January 11, 2007 | 1:08 am

Hello!

I can not compile the object for PC!

Can some one share the object for PC?

Thanks for your help!



f.e
January 11, 2007 | 8:30 am

could this thread move to the dev list ?

thanks

f.e

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> Hello!
>
> I can not compile the object for PC!
>
> Can some one share the object for PC?
>
> Thanks for your help!
> –
> Rui Fernando Caldas
>
>


January 15, 2007 | 8:04 pm

Just got my wii remote, i’m psyched to use it BUT i can’t
seem to get the aka.wiiremote.help patch to work. The
aka.wiiremote is still deemed, despite upgrading both
max/msp to 4.6.2. and upgrading OS to 10.4.8 i even
downloaded aka.wiiremote again just to put
aka.wiiremote.mxo in both the exteranals folder and the
help folder w/ aka.wiiremote.help , but it’s still dimmed!

i am frustrated, still new to this, so would someone mind
helping me out? i can’t seem to get my bluetooth to work,
it is hidden, can’t find bluetooth assistant version,
aargh! i just wanna play w/ my new toy!

Thank you for your time!
-chuck

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January 15, 2007 | 8:04 pm

Just got my wii remote, i’m psyched to use it BUT i can’t
seem to get the aka.wiiremote.help patch to work. The
aka.wiiremote is still deemed, despite upgrading both
max/msp to 4.6.2. and upgrading OS to 10.4.8 i even
downloaded aka.wiiremote again just to put
aka.wiiremote.mxo in both the exteranals folder and the
help folder w/ aka.wiiremote.help , but it’s still dimmed!

i am frustrated, still new to this, so would someone mind
helping me out? i can’t seem to get my bluetooth to work,
it is hidden, can’t find bluetooth assistant version,
aargh! i just wanna play w/ my new toy!

Thank you for your time!
-chuck

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January 15, 2007 | 9:09 pm

Here’s the procedure I go through …

Open Bluetooth Assistant. If it’s not showing up, that usually means
that your bluetooth device isn’t connected or isn’t working. I seem
to remember that if that’s the case, you won’t even see the Bluetooth
control panel in System Preferences.

Anyway – assuming it’s working and you have the setup assistant open…

on the 2nd page select the Any Device radio button; click continue …

On the next page, whilst it’s searching, click on Passkey Options and
select "Do not use a passkey with this device"
Click OK and then quickly click on the red sync button in the battery
compartment of the Wii.

Wait.

That should do it.

Then open a blank max patch, add aka.wiiremote and option click to
open the help file.

Click on connect (you may also need to simultaneously press buttons 1
& 2 on the front of the remote to sync – though oddly I’ve sometimes
found that it’s already "sunc" up.)

I generally find that that does it, except for the vibration and led
functions. I seem to have to go through a red button synchronise
whilst the patch is open to get them to work – I haven’t quite
figured out what the right sequence is there.

> aka.wiiremote.mxo in both the exteranals folder and the
> help folder w/ aka.wiiremote.help , but it’s still dimmed!

Not sure what you mean by this – what is dimmed and where are you
looking at ‘it’?

HTH

David



jbm
January 29, 2007 | 11:00 am

Hello Masayuki,

Just wondering if there’s any way to get data from the Nanchuck attachment?

J.


January 29, 2007 | 11:53 am

Hi J,

On 2007/01/29, at 11:00, jbmaxwell wrote:

> Just wondering if there’s any way to get data from the Nanchuck
> attachment?

No way at this time ( until you or I add new codes to support it ).

I think it’s possible but one of the problem is the outlet usage.
If you don’t want to see 7 or more outlets, I have to change the
usage of outlets.
I might make one outlet and the outlet outputs various kind of messages.
For example,
remote motion 0. 0. 0. 0
remote ir 0. 0. 0. 0
remote buttons 0
nunchuk motion 0. 0. 0. 0
nunchuk stick 0. 0.
nunchuk buttons 0
…. and so on….

Any other ideas?

Thank you.
Masayuki



jbm
January 29, 2007 | 12:12 pm

>
> No way at this time ( until you or I add new codes to support it ).
>

I would try, but I don’t know C++ — just some java, at this point.

> I think it’s possible but one of the problem is the outlet usage.
> If you don’t want to see 7 or more outlets, I have to change the
> usage of outlets.
> I might make one outlet and the outlet outputs various kind of messages.
> For example,
> remote motion 0. 0. 0. 0
> remote ir 0. 0. 0. 0
> remote buttons 0
> nunchuk motion 0. 0. 0. 0
> nunchuk stick 0. 0.
> nunchuk buttons 0
> …. and so on….
>
> Any other ideas?
>
> Thank you.
> Masayuki
>
>

That seems sensible to me, since we could just use [route] to parse the data. It would be a great addition since, as I understand it, the nanchuck has the same accelerometer setup, and also offers a couple of buttons and a thumb-controlled joystick. This would make it possible to achieve many degrees of contrast, and complex relationships, which is not really possible with a single controller (beyond creating inverse mappings, or "modifier-key" like behaviors using the buttons).

Not a big deal, but it would be cool to have the optional control. Thanks for the quick reply!

cheers,

J.


January 29, 2007 | 6:30 pm

I’ve been messing around with the object on a PPC Max 4.6.2 for a little while now, using the wiimote accelerometer data to control delays and pitch…etc. I wanted to use the IR data however, but I haven’t been able to get any data out of it. I actually built custom sensors and have tested them working with my Wii and the latest version of Darwiin Remote. Perhaps there is something in the latest Darwiin Remote which fixes this bug? Any and all suggestions are welcome and getting the IR data– but for now, it appears that it doesn’t get anything from the remote :(

Hope there is an answer or that this helps fix a bug that might have been overlooked. Thanks again for the object, its great!!!

Best,
Jordan


January 29, 2007 | 7:29 pm

I briefly tried the IR sensor with a couple of candles, and it works
ok. Setting it up was a little tricky, and the response was _very
sensitive.

I put 2 candles about 4 feet apart, and stood about 6 feet away.
Moving the remote from side to side, the "sensor spot" suddenly
appeared (on the display in the help file) and tracked from side to
side with not a lot of movement on my part. It would also lose the
"connection" before the sensor spot got to the edge of the screen).
It may be that I needed to be further away, and perhaps the candles
were too intense. I have some IR emitters to try out, but don’t have
time to do anything with them right now.
So it may be that it’s working for you, but you’re outside the range.
Is there a kind of large grey blob appearing in the IR display when
you turn the detector on? If there is then the remote is detecting
_something.

Remember that you have to turn on the IR sensor part of the aka.
object (it defaults off, unlike the acceleration detector which
appears to default on).

The other thing I’ve noticed, which may (or may not) have something
to do with it not working for you, is that I need to do the sync
operation twice. After the first sync, I’m getting accel data, but
the vibration & led returns are not working. If I disconnect and
resync (using the red button on the remote) then I get everything
working.

David

On 29 Jan 2007, at 18:30, Jordan Hochenbaum wrote:

>
> I’ve been messing around with the object on a PPC Max 4.6.2 for a
> little while now, using the wiimote accelerometer data to control
> delays and pitch…etc. I wanted to use the IR data however, but I
> haven’t been able to get any data out of it. I actually built
> custom sensors and have tested them working with my Wii and the
> latest version of Darwiin Remote. Perhaps there is something in
> the latest Darwiin Remote which fixes this bug? Any and all
> suggestions are welcome and getting the IR data– but for now, it
> appears that it doesn’t get anything from the remote :(


January 30, 2007 | 5:24 am

Your method did seem to get it to work with the help file at first…however, after playing around with every syncing combination i could think of, although my wiimote would connect fine (as far as accelerometer data goes) after i paired it with my computer a while ago, in order to get the IR data, vibration, and LED’s working, i need to pair it EVERY time i use the external…then they seem to work fine. Is it like this on intel-mac? Maybe its some weird PPC (1.67 G4 Powerbook) error…hmmm


January 30, 2007 | 8:48 am

On 30 Jan 2007, at 5:24, Jordan Hochenbaum wrote:

> after i paired it with my computer a while ago, in order to
> get the IR data, vibration, and LED’s working, i need to pair it
> EVERY time i use the external…then they seem to work fine. Is it
> like this on intel-mac? Maybe its some weird PPC (1.67 G4
> Powerbook) error…hmmm

It’s the same on the IntelMac – I find I have to sync twice every
time I launch the patch to get the LEDs etc working. (And it has to
be a red button sync, pressing the 1/2 buttons together to get into
sync mode doesn’t seem to be enough)/
There’s also a tendency for Max to crash when I quit the patch if I
haven’t completely unconnected from the remote.

David


January 30, 2007 | 9:39 am

hmm… I also find that disconnecting and reconnecting doesnt really seem to work usually. When I press disconnect, I’m not sure it really disconnects– and when I click "Connect" again, in my Max window I see that it says Connect "-1" instead of "1" like it shows when I first connect and get in semi-working…

I think the old version of DarwiinRemote (which I understand this external is ported from) might have had a lot of bugs which has since been worked out in the latest version. Perhaps the creator of the external could compare the 2, and see if they found any bugs that might help make the max external a little more stable?

And if the creator of the external is around, thanks again :)


January 31, 2007 | 1:17 am

Question:::

I got the patch working in the help object. Now i want to take the xyz values out of patch and use it to contral midi data in LIVE. i opened the patch to edit it, do i just need to send midi out of the object that the xyz values are in (ie the box with the red, green blue lines)

any comments would be great. i was wanted to export this as a vst maybe so i can open it in live, but any other ways you can think to get the data into live would be much apriciated:)

L-


January 31, 2007 | 6:01 am

mate you are a genius.

"Q: Do I need the Wii Console ?
A: No. You need the Wii Remote (a.k.a. Wiimote) and the Macintosh computer with Bluetooth. You also need the Sensor Bar (power-supplied by yourself, 7.3 DCV) if you use IR-sensor. You can use two IR-transmitters or two candles instead of the Sensor Bar ."

im much impressed from your work.
I haven’t tried it but it looks great fun for interactive music.

great work and you are also sharing the source code.
respect.


January 31, 2007 | 8:31 am

i agree.

uh, any news for mac ppc users?

Il giorno 31/gen/07, alle ore 07:01, John ha scritto:

>
> mate you are a genius.
>
> "Q: Do I need the Wii Console ?
> A: No. You need the Wii Remote (a.k.a. Wiimote) and the Macintosh
> computer with Bluetooth. You also need the Sensor Bar (power-
> supplied by yourself, 7.3 DCV) if you use IR-sensor. You can use
> two IR-transmitters or two candles instead of the Sensor Bar ."
>
> im much impressed from your work.
> I haven’t tried it but it looks great fun for interactive music.
>
> great work and you are also sharing the source code.
> respect.
>


January 31, 2007 | 10:16 am

On 31 Jan 2007, at 1:18, Larry Ursini wrote:
>
> any comments would be great. i was wanted to export this as a vst
> maybe so i can open it in live, but any other ways you can think to
> get the data into live would be much apriciated:)
>

I’ve just posted my "patch-so-far" on my .mac home page (it’s too big
to post here).

Caveats – it’s not the most sophisticated use of the data, and it
uses some 3POs, but it may be of some use to you, and you could
modify the data output to send to Live rather than the granular
player and reverb/vst~ that it’s currently going to.
There’s a read me about the 3POs used and possible alternatives with
the patch. There’s (replaceable) stuff from Tap.Tools/Jamoma and
Litter, and you’ll also need [mulitsplit] (which is free). The main
patch is _wiiInterpret, the other stuff is (are?) abstractions. Let
me know if any abstractions appear to be missing.

You set up the wiiremote in the usual way.
Then you calibrate the movement – click on the calibrate switches in
the top left fo the patch and slowly …
1) point the remote forwards, and rotate it clockwise/counter-clockwise
2) rotate the remote pointing the front vertically up and vertically
down
3) rotate the remote in the same direction as #2, but take it through
360 degrees.
(Only 1 & 2 are used in the patch).

At the moment, twisting your wrist (1) moves a pointer in the
buffer~, and pointing up/down changes the pitch of the buffer~

Holding the remote horizontal, and moving it rapidly to the side,
switches the section of the buffer~ that is played – faster movement
will select the last sixth of the buffer~ , gentler movement will
select earlier sixths. This is tricky to control, and is probably
where practice will help (like a real instrument!)
Holding the remote horizontal and moving it rapidly upwards selects
different amounts of reverb and different presets in the vst~ .
Again, slightly tricky to use in a way that consistently selects a
particular preset.

Button A switches the envelope on the output of the granulator in/
out. If it’s in, the trigger (button B) triggers the envelope. The
+/- buttons do something too, but I’ve temporarily forgotten what it
is! If you’ve got the LEDs synced up, they will light to let you know
which modes you’re in.

You can download a zipped file, or the individual bits, here …

http://homepage.mac.com/davidestevens/FileSharing2.html

Any suggestions for improvement (basic or radical!) welcomed.

David


July 10, 2007 | 9:13 pm

hi –

is there any info you’ve written (or help files) on running multiple Wii’s using your max object?

am running OSX 10.4.9 on 12inch G4 laptop – and can get either one of the two Wii’s functioning with the object and Max. When i build a patch to run multiple Wii’s it will run fine iwth one but not both.

any hints? not sure it’s a non-intel/mac-book issue – maybe just a misuse of the object

thanks
somaya



yav
October 12, 2007 | 8:54 pm

Okay –

I’ve written an AS 2 class to be used with Flash and have gone as far as to build a version of duck hunt and everything is working just fine.

Two things I’d like to get working and am having an issue with.

1. Calling the vibration from flash.
currently in Flash I’m making a call like so:
wii.send(‘vibration /$1′) all that hapens is the string appears in the Status window like so:

FLASH: vibration 1

I’ve tried a number of combinations all with the same result. Does anyone have any ideas of what the call should look like?

2. Getting sound to play through the speaker on the wiiremote. I’m going to assume the audio needs to be midi. What would that call be from Flash?

Thanks
-yav



yav
October 22, 2007 | 3:18 pm

After some more time using this patch it looks to me like the IR data isn’t being sent to the FlashServer.

Motion and Button data is going to a prepend call then passing to a flashserver, but the ir doesn’t follow this path.

Both motion and buttons have a flashserver address: 31337 and 31338

Is anyone else having an issue getting the IR data out of this patch?


December 8, 2008 | 3:59 am

you need to select the IR toggle on the top of the patch for it to work.
then, since what’s in the wiimote is a infrared camera, you need to have something for it to track (some source of light).
i first tried a candle, then four candles, but since the light moved, so did my data.
i finally invested in a wireless wii sensor bar and it seems to be working well.
i’m still trying to get a broader range though, and in my search I saw your post.
hope this helps you…

also, the LED lights will turn on FROM the patch.
you have to program what will turn them on.
good luck



yav
December 8, 2008 | 4:46 am

Wow. I had everthing working except that, even purchased the sensorbar but moved onto something else because there wasn’t any support here. Thanks, I’m going to dig out all of my old stuff & try it all again.


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