Projects / oscjoy


oscjoy is a simple command line program that lets you use any connected joysticks as OpenSoundControl devices. Whenever the state of a connected joystick changes, oscjoy will send UDP packets with OpenSoundControl messages in them to the specified IP address and port. The oscjoy archive includes source code and binaries for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows XP.

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  •  28 Dec 2007 05:11

    Release Notes: This version adds the ability to specify aliases for various joystick controls on the command line. This way you can use different controllers and have oscjoy take care of handling any necessary logical remappings, so that your downstream OSC program doesn't have to know or care about the differences between the controllers.

    •  28 Mar 2006 19:24

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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