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BluePD - visually programming microcontrollers

(via PD-announce mailing list)

BluePD is a new product of Blue Melon which has been
released in the BlueSense series of modules.

BluePD introduces Pure Data to the world of physical
computing. __With BluePD you can design your program
visually using the popular Pure Data package__. BluePD
is equipped with a powerfull minicomputer which can
execute your patch. This allows BluePD to physically
control your setup without any attached computer.

BluePD has a special port to connect multiple
BlueSense modules. Each BlueSense module allows the
user to add switches, analog inputs, digital outputs,
servo motors etc.

Please visit our site for more information:
http://www.bluemelon.org/index.php/Main_page/BlueSense

joreg, Wednesday, Feb 20th 2008 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
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