I've been thinking for a while about how to do this and drawn blanks so maybe someone here has a solution or can point me in the right direction?
Essentially I would like a RPi or Arduino sitting on the network, which displays incoming OSC packets from an IP address as a readable Q Number on an interface (looking at /eos/out/cue/xx/ presumably). I've thought about TouchOSC on an iPad or Android, but would prefer to use the RPi/Arduino sitting around as they're also cheaper.
Any thoughts / suggestions would be appreciated
Hello, sorry I've just seen this. I successfully managed to develop this using a RPi and the Official RPi touchscreen. Sadly don't have any photos of the finished product as I left that job…
It should possible on both platforms. There are OSC libraries for both platforms. The main difference is that a Raspi have an OSand also network hardware (WIFI, LAN) on board. With an Arduino you must do many things with hardware (adding LAN/WIFI boards and displayhardware), but it is very fast, you don't need booting an OS...Have look to the lighthack project.
Have you figured out how to do this? I think it would be cool to have a monitor for my spotlight ops.
I while ago I thought about this project. Maybe I will have a deeper look in it. You will need an Arduino with an Ethernet Shield and some 7-segment displays.
I added a simple "cue box" example on my GitHub site https://github.com/sstaub/eOS-USBIt is based on the original box 1 and displays cue data and also have a GO and BACK button.
Hello, sorry I've just seen this. I successfully managed to develop this using a RPi and the Official RPi touchscreen. Sadly don't have any photos of the finished product as I left that job soon after finishing this. I do have a generic screen shot however. The colour scheme is based off Eos.
One key thing to remember is that the OSC TCP version should be 1.1 (SLIP) for my code to work.
Sorry for the extremely late reply but I would definitely be interested in checking that out. I'm both a Mac and PC user so it should run fine on my stuff. Thanks again and that looks really cool!!