Getting Started With Sense/Stage

General overview

To get started with Sense/Stage here is a quick list to see which steps to take:

To use the wireless MiniBee network…

To use the SenseWorld DataNetwork software…

Other documentation articles to get you started with Sense/Stage:

Nomenclature

The SenseWorld DataNetwork is a fast and flexible way for collaborators to share data, whether from sensors or internal processes, in interactive media contexts. From a central server which collects all the data, clients can subscribe to data nodes and use their output in their own processes. Clients may also publish data to [...]

Processing – installing the client

Processing client download
Unpack the gzip tarball, either with a graphical client, or from the command line:
$ tar -xzf ssdn_processing.tar.gz
Then, drag the resulting folder to your libraries folder.

For Processing 1.0 the libraries folder is located in your Processing sketch folder.
For Processing BETA the libraries folder is in the same folder as the Processing application.

Now, if you [...]

PureData – installation and general usage

Installation of DataNetwork abstractions
PureData client download
Unpack the gzip tarball, either with a graphical client, or from the command line:
$ tar -xzf ssdn_puredata.tar.gz
To make the DataNetwork abstractions available to the Pure Data environment, you must add them to your path. Start by moving the ssdn_puredata folder to wherever you usually keep Pd libraries (on OSX this [...]

Overview of the SuperCollider implementation

An overview of the different classes that implement the DataNetwork framework in SuperCollider.

Max5 – installation and general usage

Installation of DataNetwork abstractions
Max5 client download
Unpack the gzip tarball, either with a graphical client, or from the command line:
$ tar -xzf ssdn_max5.tar.gz
To make the DataNetwork abstractions available to the Max5 environment, you must add them to your file preferences.
Start by moving the ssdn_max5 folder to wherever you usually keep Max5 libraries.
Then, add the DataNetwork abstractions [...]

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