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Lemur (Devices, iOS)

module iOS Lemur osc
Credits: patrick


Two easy to use modules to use with the Lemur software on iOS devices. These modules can be used simultaneously, allowing bi-directional control. Both may easily be adapted for use with other OSC savvy soft-/hardware.

Lemur Receiver (Devices) receives data by Lemur (iOS) from specified OSC Addresses. Make sure to set the same port as specified in the Lemur iOS App (Settings > More settings > OSC Targets) or vice versa.
Set the OSC Addresses Spread according to what you use in your Lemur Project.

Lemur Sender (Devices) sends data to Lemur (iOS) at specified OSC Addresses.
Lemur IP = IP of your iDevice. Bear in mind that the port number of the iOS App is hardcoded to 8000 (so don't change it).
Set the OSC Addresses Spread according to what you use in your Lemur Project and always send as many values as you specified addresses.


Lemur (Devices).7z
07.04.13 [15:02 UTC] by patrick | 786 downloads

metrowave 08/04/2013 - 04:56

Is this for Lemur app on iPad? or the actual Lemur hardware?

sunep 08/04/2013 - 15:28

since it says Lemur (iOS) I would assume it is the iPad version. But what is the difference really? isn't the hardware Lemur also OSC over ethernet?

patrick 08/04/2013 - 23:08

Heya, these are for the iOS version of Lemur, regardless of the hardware it runs on. Successfully tested on both. Tthe iPad version of the Lemur software is more fun due to more screen real estate ;) I dunno about the Lemur hardware though, never had one so far, but reading the manual it should work well with it too (if it doesn't, check the port settings).

Would it make sense to add OSC to the title?

note to myself: subscribe to your own contributions.

newemka 24/05/2013 - 16:38

Nice contribution! thanks!

Does it works with multislider? I only get the last value of a multislider.

You write "Set the OSC Addresses Spread according to what you use in your Lemur Project and always send as many values as you specified addresses."
I think that it's mean that multislider is not supported, am I right?

patrick 27/05/2013 - 23:14

Never used it with multislider as this object is tricky with fingers accidentally interfering with neighboring sliders. Will have a look at it, when I can, and post my findings as it shouldn't be problematic. As a hack, use the regular slider object for the time being.

Westbam 12/11/2016 - 10:11

I am figuring out a lot of stuff about Lemur, I am able to send Text to my device, and the Multislider thing is already there, but, you receive mulitple values, but this contribution only shows the last one.

So, want to I figure out a lot more stuff and perhaps make a contribution.

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