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Quick Start Guide

Obtaining the software

  • Open the file you just downloaded and drag the OSCulator folder to your Applications folder
  • Launch the application and follow the initial setup instructions

Configuring the inputs

When launched OSCulator shows an empty window. It is actually listening for incoming messages. As soon it receives OSC data, you can use it to send it to another application (see that section).

Connecting a Wiimote

  1. Plug any extension you want to use with your Wiimote and press buttons 1 & 2 of your Wiimote
  2. A list of messages should appear in the main window

Connecting an iPhone / iPod Touch

  1. Download an OSC compatible application on the App Store like:
  2. Connect your iPhone to the same local network as the computer that is running OSCulator
  3. Configure the aforementioned application so it sends OSC messages to that computer (you can follow that tutorial that has been written for TouchOSC, other applications work about the same)
  4. Touch some controls on the application running of the iPhone to test if the messages are well received by OSCulatorn they should appear in the list

Configuring the outputs

Now that you have a working input, you can transform the incoming data to something useful.

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