Udpsend -> WIFI -> Arduino LOW COST
> the Question is can arduino be programmed for receiving data directly from the USB WIFI adaptor?
In theory yes, I guess. In practice only an advanced engineer could potentially pull it off. It’s definitely not a plug-and-play option.
RFduino could be also a solution.
its not wifi, but bleutooth 4
I have no experience with that.
I agree with dtr on the sense/stage miniBee setup.
much less hassle than bluetooth – disconnecting and re-connecting devices is no problem.
the miniBee basically is a version of the arduino, integrated with the xbee radio, and it’s specially designed for larger networks.
if it’s not too complicated data, an xbee-only network in API-mode (without arduino) might also be possible:
(but i have no personal experience with that)
Is this link any use?
That RFduino looks like a game changer!
Here is the lowcost WiFi module – ESP8266 serial WIFI (about 5$) you can find it on ebay. Here is the arduino library for it – https://github.com/534659123/OCOROBOT-WIFI-ESP8266-arduino-library. Happy construction!
Would it be able to do this with the wemos D1 mini.
It’s also an ESP8266 based board, I want to receive data in to max/msp from wemos (it’s arduino based ide).
do I use udpreceive?
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