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Has anyone run a Jitter patch on an ipod touch?
If so, I'd appreciate being pointed in the right direction toward creating an interactive video piece using the ipod's touch screen as an interface.
Have a look at fantastick which is a great app which reports touch data from the ipod and can send drawing commands. It's meant to be for creating your own user interfaces on the screen but I imagine you can use it for creating visuals too, especially as it supports OpenGL.
Yes, fantastick looks truly awesome. With a bit of OpenGL experimenting and some familiarity with Max you can make whatever interfaces you want. Looking forward to a Share community building up around this app!
For running Max on an iPhone... maybe look into "rjdj", I saw it awhile back and it supposedly was able to let some PD patches run, which could be a nice workaround.