[LAU] Open Sound Control: Is it still a thing?
ritsch at iem.at
Sun May 2 21:37:36 CEST 2021
> >but like OSC, it has no semantics at all, and unlike OSC, "zero syntax".
> >that means that the semantics are defined by the patching, and nothing
> >else. This is not possible for digital signals., because at the very least
> >they all have syntax, and most of them have semantics too.
> From my point of view, the greatest weakness of OSC is that (as far as I can
> tell) it has no default set of common controls, so everything has to start
> from scratch - both ends.
This brings up a question:
Since OSC is a synthax format nothing more, there have been a list of
implementation on the http://opensoundcontrol.org/ somewhere like TUIO ,
now sadly gone.
So mostly I looked at those to see if I have to invent my own Protocol using
OSC and it is not findable for me.
Is there any compilation of OSC Protocols like TUIO or for Mixer... ?
This would be helpful.
- ao.Univ.Prof. DI Winfried Ritsch
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