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Bay Area Computer Music Technology Group (BArCMuT) Message Board › Using Python and a touchscreen for a musical controller/display

Using Python and a touchscreen for a musical controller/display

Tim T.
San Jose, CA
I'll be doing a show-n-tell at this Tuesday's PyGameSF meeting. Details:

For musical and visual performers, new touchscreen netbooks (Asus T91MT) and
USB-connected touchscreens (Mimo 720-S) can augment the ubiquitous slider/knob/button box
by providing a completely software-driven interface that avoids the bulk and distraction
of a laptop interface. Tim has been experimenting in this area and will share his
experience so far, including a demonstration of a python-based display/controller
(NthControl) he is developing for upcoming musical/visual performances.

See­ for more details.

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