Android Monome-Clone in Processing

Nikolaus Gradwohl2011-04-28T05:23:03+02:00

Processing 1.5 is the first released version that supports the android mode in processing. So I wrote a simple monome-clone in processing to test it.

Download the complete source here if you want to try it yourself.

The sketch uses the OscP5 library to generate or react to osc-messages, but unfortenatly processing still has problems resolving external libraries in android mode. So I added the oscp5.jar to the sketch using "Add File" - works like a charm.

The sketch is far from perfect - the target address of the osc events is still hardcoded, no support for multitouch events yet, etc - but its really nice to see how fast an android app can be made with processing

This is my Archos 101 running the my monome-clone

android monome clone

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See also:

How to make an Android app using the latest Processing Beta
Processing OSC
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  1. emilio 2014-05-22T06:22:41+02:00

    Hi! how do i make this work on my phone? I'm used to APK's, clueless about source codes like this. thanks!

  2. Nikolaus Gradwohl 2014-05-26T06:36:29+02:00

    You can compile this code using processing (http://processing.org) to run it on a tablet or phone you need to activate the android mode and install the android sdk. The code was written for processing 1.5 - so i'm not 100% sure it runs unmodified with a current processing version

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