Totally! You pretty much follow the same instructions for a raspi.
But don’t make the same mistake I did! I messed up not long after posting this and installed a new windows manager that cut the bottom out. so I gotta redo everything. But here’s the link!
Here’s another from that same person for adding an internal speaker to pocket chip!
I’ve also noticed during a few recordings, if I have similar patterns and tempo, but a second recording has more elements in the orca (uxn) sketch, it looks like the second recording will not be exactly synchronised with the first one. It’s not noticeable at the beginning, but after 4 minutes it shows
not sure if it’s me doing something wrong but i’ve started getting a crash & stack overflow error when trying to use the velocity input on the midi operator (uxn)
pretty sure i’m on up-to-date versions of uxn, orca, shim. just a heads up!
Took a lot longer than I expected it would, but I finally managed to implement a monochromatic mode to Orca, so people who’ve requested support for e-ink screens should be able to run this version without having characters turning invisible.
I have also improved the d-pad input method, and added grid toggling on/off, which I had forgotten about until now. I could make a little Playdate build if anyone is interested.
Trying to figure out a practical way to degrade applications from 4 colors to monochromatic has been a pretty fun challenge.
Has anyone actually made a script that converts any file to Orca format, with “this is what it’d look like in the character portion of hex editor with this column width” kind of logic, “quantizing” the unknown symbols to anothers or simply removing them? I’m sure that would be interesting…