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Gesture Recorder Patch Gesture Recorder is intended to capture gestures from MIDI continuous controllers
Gesture Recorder is intended to capture gestures from MIDI continuous controllers (although any integer source can be used), and play them back in a variety of ways. It works with normal continuous controllers, as well as pairs of controllers (e.g. Joysticks).
It uses tables as the storage mechanism, and allows for changing the time base when recording as well as playback. During playback, it can optionally loop, interpolate, and modify the direction. There is a crude sync facility, as well.
heading External heading and inclination angles from Joystick
hidin External read in data from HID USB device
This object is intended to work with any HID device. However, Windows does not allow access to mice and keyboards! Note: this object is unsupported, use \'Joystick\' made by Dan Schoenblum instead!
insprock External allows game controllers such as Joysticks, game pads, steering wheels, etc. to be used as input devices for Max.
allows game controllers such as Joysticks, game pads, steering wheels, etc. to be used as input devices for Max. Requires Apple\'s Input Sprocket operating system extensions.
Joystick External Joystick is an external for the Windows version of Max/MSP that allows you to get data from DirectInput game controllers.
Joystick is an external for the Windows version of Max/MSP that allows you to get data from DirectInput game controllers. These are devices such as Joysticks, gamepads, or steering wheel and pedal combinations. A Joystick object gives you access to a game controller\'s buttons, axes, rotational axes, sliders, and POV hats.
pictslider External One- and two-dimensional slider with customizeable appearance
pictslider is a slider with the usual one-dimensional ranges of movement, for emulating hardware sliders. Its knob can also can move both horizontally and vertically, to represent a two-dimensional controller such as a Joystick. Its appearance can be customized with user-created picture files.
St.ick Abstraction For decoding the signals from an Airstick which is a Joystick that works in the air.
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Libraries
hi.tools
Max Egger An alternative to Max/MSPís hi object, 2010 by Max Egger

hi.tools lets you communicate with human interface devices (HID), like mice, Joysticks or do-it-yourself usb thingies that follow the HID specification.

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