Make Controller Kit - open source sensor interface runs OSC

The Make Controller Kit is a high-performance 32-bit sensor interface featuring Ethernet, USB, ADC, high-current outputs, JTAG, many kinds of motor control (DC, servo, stepper), CAN, RS232, and more by MakingThings.

The board by default runs a program that allows it to connect to other devices via OSC over Ethernet and USB. It's also easily reprogrammed via USB to run user-written programs standalone/embedded. It's easy to connect to any of the normal desktop environments that support OSC - Max/MSP, Processing, Flash, SuperCollider, etc.

We're hoping to expand the ways that the board can use OSC - we've already implemented it over USB and are looking forward to getting it going over TCP as well. Lots more info at www.makingthings.com/makecontrollerkit

How can we go about adding this project to the list of implementations on opensoundcontrol.org?

MAKE controller

Yep, I just bought a MAKE controller. I was intending to use it with Processing. I had no idea you had to use OSC to ... interface between the MAKE controller and Processing. But the MAKE controller didn't come with any documentation, not even a pamphlet. This looks like it is going to be more complicated than I thought. What do I do now?

:P

Implementations

Thanks for the announcement about the Make Controller Kit.

Anyone with an account can add a new implementation by going to "create content > implementation" in the right-side menu.