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The Quiet Walk: Integrate Processing with wordpress

On Render 11, our M.Res. final exhibition, i will present The Quiet Walk as an interactive experience that will let the user to go out and have an augmented walk.

In order to document and build a database of user generated maps, the idea is to generate a simple data visualisation made with Processing and upload it on a specific wordpress platform (probably on a separate account).

For testing purposes,

This applet is from Tom Carden

This is just an example, not related directly with the data generated by my iOS application, just to the test the integration on a wordpress.

The idea is to use the GPS data sent from the iPhone to a web server.
A processing sketch reads this file and display a visualisation on the wordpress sketch.


The Quiet Walk, how to compile Pure data with externals, in embedded applications using ofxPD

The implementation of externals has been a real trick.
All the forums seems to deal with people that are advanced programmers, ignoring inexperienced like me.
The information i grasped from spending several hours on forums seems to address to this procedure.

As the externals are not part of the standard distribution of PD vanilla, they need to be compiled on the phone before being usable.
The external should be already available as a .c file to be added in one of the Xcode project folders.
For example, i put my externals in my branch of ofxpd, in order to make them available for other projects.

The file to modify in order to build this external is the main .c of pure data (called m_pd.c) adding the following code at the very end of the file (after void pd_init):

void mess_init(void);

void obj_init(void);

void conf_init(void);

void glob_init(void);

void garray_init(void);

void extras_init(void);

void pd_init(void)









void extras_init() {

fiddle_tilde_setup(); //fiddle~ is the name of the external


Bomb me: a Core Location Tutorial

2011-08-06 21:54:47.027 HelloThere[14495:707] Location: <+54.98113046, -1.59312152> +/- 97.95m (speed -1.00 mps / course -1.00) @ 06/08/11 21:54:47 GMT+01:00

yeah, the gps is working on the iThing.

I just followed this simple Core Location Tutorial, not an openFrameworks one, however.  It gives also a basic introduction to interface building with Xcode on iOS.

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