[Lab] RF link on MIDI Glove

Adrian Jones adrian at woodsgood.ca
Wed Dec 3 14:08:10 EST 2014

Thanks Jason,

Yes... it is!

The receiver also allows you to set the scale that the glove plays and this helps to harmonize more easily. 

Down the road, I plan on adding another glove to play percussion (although you can do this with the one already) using another RF link at a different frequency...  So many ideas and not enough time!


Many thanks, 


.... Adrian


From: Jason Cobill [mailto:jason.cobill at gmail.com] 
Sent: December-03-14 2:00 PM
To: Adrian Jones
Cc: lab
Subject: Re: [Lab] Anyone with RF experience



   That video is soooo cool.
   Your glove would be a big hit at a party. :)

   -Jason Cobill


On Wed, Dec 3, 2014 at 1:21 PM, Adrian Jones <adrian at woodsgood.ca> wrote:

I used the same RF link between a glove unit and a base-station (see
http://woodsgood.ca/projects/midi-projects/midi-glove/ ). In this case,
packets of information are sent from the glove and received by the base
To use this in your application, how about using a push-button to transmit a
unique "ON" code and a second for a unique "OFF" code. The receiver then
detects the packets and toggles an output.

I've just added the code to the site so lift the transmit/receive portion
and hack away!

Many thanks,

.... Adrian


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