[PD] Gem and 3D printers

2014-10-20 Thread Jack
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hello, Is there someone who has already print object with 3D printer using Gem and obj-exporter (or something else) ? If yes, what was the process ? I am looking for a way to print a curved surface (like a wave with depth). I think, with

Re: [PD] Gem and 3D printers

2014-10-20 Thread Cyrille Henry
hello, Le 20/10/2014 12:13, Jack a écrit : -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hello, Is there someone who has already print object with 3D printer using Gem and obj-exporter (or something else) yes, that why obj-exporter was created. If yes, what was the process ? 1. create a

Re: [PD] Gem and 3D printers

2014-10-20 Thread Jack
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hello Cyrille, I have been able to export my 3D curve with obj-rectangle and export it in .stl. Thanx for your help ! ++ Jack Le 20/10/2014 12:29, Cyrille Henry a écrit : hello, Le 20/10/2014 12:13, Jack a écrit : Hello, Is there someone

Re: [PD] Razor AHRS via comport: 4byte float?

2014-10-20 Thread Peter P. via Pd-list
Hi Martin, * Martin Peach chakekat...@gmail.com [2014-10-20 05:38]: In the Pd svn I have an external [b2f] which probably does what you want. Not sure if it made in into Pd-extended yet as there don't seem to be many recent builds available, but it should be straightforward to compile. Thanks,

[PD] Get room impulse response

2014-10-20 Thread Jack
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hello, I don't know a lot of things in this domain. I just know that reflected source signals are sensitive to the environment geometry and materials and I would like to get the room impulse response. Is there good informations about this topic

Re: [PD] canvas path

2014-10-20 Thread Miller Puckette
Hi all, I think it might work simply to maintain a per-patch list of externs currently loaded. New patches would start out with an empty list, which would then get filled in by that patch's own search procedures. There might be some complicated problems to resove about such searche within

Re: [PD] canvas path

2014-10-20 Thread Frank Barknecht
Hi, here's some more food for thought: How to deal with library abstractions that load other objects whose name is set at runtime? This is actually pretty common, for example in abstractions that decorate other abstraction with e.g. polyphony, or when writing soundfile/score loading objects. I

Re: [PD] canvas path

2014-10-20 Thread Jonathan Wilkes via Pd-list
Hi Miller, Well, currently it works like this: If I put my stuff in the folder with my abstraction, and the person using my abstraction doesn't happen to use [declare] to set a path containing stuff that aliases the name of my abstraction or stuff that aliases the libdir/name of my

Re: [PD] canvas path

2014-10-20 Thread katja
Thanks for demonstrating [declare -path .], Frank. Food for thought. On Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 8:54 PM, Frank Barknecht f...@footils.org wrote: Hi, here's some more food for thought: How to deal with library abstractions that load other objects whose name is set at runtime? This is actually

Re: [PD] canvas path

2014-10-20 Thread Jonathan Wilkes via Pd-list
Okay, here's a first pass to outline what's going on with Pd's library loader(s): http://www.jonathanwilkes.net/2014/10/loading-a-library-in-pure-data/ I don't cover the interaction between global and canvas-local searchpaths, nor how exactly the libdir loader from Pd-extended does its thing.