Download Pinguino Library version 01
The Pinguino Library for Processing and Java allows for communication between the Processing environment and Pinguino-based circuits. It is a work-in-progress, and implements (for now) basic communication such as retrieving Pinguino pin values from within Processing and sending generic data from Pinguino to Processing. Future implementations will include a more robust protocol for communicating values back and forth between the two environments.
Pinguino (source code, schematics, software) can be downloaded at hackinglab.org. For more information on the Pinguino project, please visit the Hackinglab website.
libusbon your system to run properly. Begin by downloading and installing the libusb package appropriate to your platform:
libusbby default, download the latest libusb-*.tar.bz2 package, compile and install library from source
Processing references can be found on this page and are also included along with examples in the Pinguino library zip archive.
For Java users, see the online Pinguino API documentation. For offline documentation dowload the Pinguino javadoc API.
The Pinguino project was initiated and is maintained by Jean-Pierre Mandon at the École supérieure d'art d'Aix-en-Provence. The Pinguino Processing and Java Library was written by Stéphane Cousot with assistance from Jean-Pierre Mandon and Douglas Edric Stanley.