sending binary data with max


    Sep 21 2006 | 8:46 am
    Hi every one This is my first post here
    I was wandering if anyone has experience with using max to control a kodak ektapro or similar slides projector. these projectors can recieve commands from a computer thru a RS232 Serial cable. the protocol (something obsolete called p-com) is some kind of simple binary type. I want to ask if there if its possible to create a patch(program) in max that could send out such raw binary data.
    any pointers or links would also be welkome.
    cheers

    • Sep 21 2006 | 9:07 am
      Chances are excellent that the "serial" object will do what you want. The data to be sent is a stream of numbers between 0 and 255. Do a search through the archives (keyword: serial) for plenty of examples of things people are doing.
      jb
      Am 21.09.2006 um 08:46 schrieb chaka:
      > > Hi every one > This is my first post here > > I was wandering if anyone has experience with using max to control > a kodak ektapro or similar slides projector. these projectors can > recieve commands from a computer thru a RS232 Serial cable. the > protocol (something obsolete called p-com) is some kind of simple > binary type. > I want to ask if there if its possible to create a patch(program) > in max that could send out such raw binary data. > > any pointers or links would also be welkome. > > cheers > > >
    • Sep 22 2006 | 4:53 pm
      Thanks Jeremy for a (very) quick reply!
      ulfur