Mrmr 1.0: control your DJ station via your iPhone

Apple iPhone mobile handset - Image 1Developer Eric Redlinger is currently working on a new open-source research project, which aims to create a standardized set of protocols and syntax conventions to remotely control live installations and multimedia performances. Putting it simply, DJs and VJs can essentially use their iPhones to control their mixing or multimedia stations given the right equipment and setup. More details regarding the app after the jump.

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Developer Eric Redlinger is currently working on a new open-source research project, which aims to create a standardized set of protocols and syntax conventions to remotely control live installations and multimedia performances. Putting it simply, DJs and VJs can essentially use their iPhones to control their mixing or multimedia stations given the right equipment and setup.

The homebrew app goes by the name Mrmr and currently works on firmware 1.1.4, as well as the previous firmware releases. If you want to check it out you can download it by searching for the app through Cydia.

The developer also mentioned that a beta version is available for for firmware 2.0. He is working on getting this particular build on AppStore by mid-October. In the mean time, you can still try it out by getting it from Ste Packaging's repository.



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