Testing the TinkerForge IMU2 brick sensor board from Scala.
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This is a project for testing the Java bindings to TinkerForge API. It is (C)opyright 2018–2022 by Hanns Holger Rutz. All rights reserved. The project is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1+ and comes with absolutely no warranties. To contact the author, send an e-mail to contact at sciss.de.

requirements / installation

This project builds against Scala 2.13, using sbt. To run: sbt 'runMain <class>':

  • sbt 'runMain de.sciss.tinkerforge.ExampleEnumerate'
  • sbt 'runMain de.sciss.tinkerforge.ExampleIMUV2Simple --uid your-imu-brick-id'
  • sbt 'runMain de.sciss.tinkerforge.ExampleIMUV2AllData --uid your-imu-brick-id'

To run the View target that can send OSC over to Wekinator, use sbt assembly and the run.sh script.