Progress is exausting!
thats not to say that things arent happening. And i fully expected, and honestly, looked forward to these issues. i recieved the larger FSR's (force sensing resistors) this week. these are the sensors i will be using as "keys" on my instrument. i chose them because i will be a ble to program variable levels of functionality into one key which, creatively, excites me. and with these sensors, i now have 99% of what i need to create the controller, the one hold out being the breath sensor, i am waiting to show up in the mail.
I must apologize at the dearth of updates this week. i am working on the underlying concept of the instrument; a 3 way wireless network. left hand, right hand and mouth unit. This will be the definitive aspect of the system so i want to focus on doing it properly. without going to deep into it, i've got to use some code that was gracisously shared with me by an American developer named Robert Guyser, to determine how to parse data from the 3 nodes in my "network" then create a pure data patch (program) that will look for the same packet structure and split the data stream up into pieces that pure data can understand. so, i might miss a few days of facebook updates. i hope thats ok.
so if you are wondering where i am for the next week, now you know. the next "GREATEST POST IN THE WORLD, LOL!!LMAO, YAAAAY!!" post will come when i get the network functioning. which should be in about a week. have a great weekend!
EDIT: found a system that may create a perfect basis for my programming BUT it doesnt like windows, so, its beginning to look alot like Linux...and the plot thickens...