Here's a Vizzie generator module based on André Sier's marvellous Chaos library Navier-Stokes object.
Max To Twitter & Live To Twitter let you post tweets directly from Max/MSP and Ableton Live.
Pedant is a tool for comparing the efficiency of different methods.
A Max object written in java (using mxj) to communicate back and forth over a single persistent TCP/IP socket with a TCP/IP server, something the net.tcp objects that ship with Max can't do.
A simple Arduino sketch and Max patches for using an Arduino as a sensor interface.
Authors: Daniele Ghisi and Andrea Agostini bach: automated composer's helper is a cross-platform set of patches and externals for Max, aimed to bring the richness of computer-aided composition into the real-time world. bach provides you with two new data types: rational numbers and lllls (an acronym for Lisp-like linked lists), the latter being a list capable to contain other lllls in itself, a bit like a Lisp list.
Fileout finally available in max.
Enter your Xively API and a feed number and you will able to download the JSON data via the dict feature in Max 6.
The UBC Toolbox is a collection of 50+ modules that can be used to quickly construct Max patches.
Version mid-2010; created early 2010, ported to intel Mac mid-2010; for Max 5.
The MRautoScalerBP is a bpatcher designed to deal with 3-axis accelerometers.
Simple abstraction for recording data streams at a user specified sampling rate to disk as .txt files.
Small update: A couple of abstractions have been added and some existing ones have been cleaned up a bit. This is a growing set of abstractions dealing with simple drawing issues.
imp.dmx is a cross-platform collection of Max/MSP/Jitter abstractions for dealing with DMX data in various forms.
A collection of patches for Max/MSP which offers the possibility to experiment with a number of compositional techniques, such as serial procedures, permutations and controlled randomness.
A larger version of max's search-path inspector so you can see more of the path and add more search-paths.