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Scout6050 a combination of Pinoccio, MPU6050 Gyro+Accelerometer, MQTT (PubSub system), lighthttpd+websocket+mqtt bridge and HTML5, Javascript + HTML5 Audio!!

Premise is simple… It’s a wifi connected theramin! Yaw controls pitch, roll controls volume… It’s a work in progress but a working one!  I am fully impressed in the speed of Mosquitto (the mqtt daemon im using). Latency from the pinoccio, over wifi, through the mqtt daemon, through lighthttpd’s websocket broker over my LAN to my browser then decoded via json and rendered is MINIMAL… Infact, its so quick and precise it seems like its actually creating the tone itself, even tho my computer is.

I have a git repo up of my sketch here: https://github.com/dchote/scout6050… Mosquitto can be found at http://mosquitto.org, and of course Pinoccio can be found at http://pinocc.io

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Daniel Chote

Daniel Chote

Daniel Chote, the Code Monkey, Cat Herder, Maker, H4x0r, uav pilot, sim racer, bullshit artist and dad. Made in Hastings, New Zealand... Now living in the USA!

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