algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Hello all,

I am writing an android interface to communicate with grasshopper.  It's the same idea as some of the OSC apps in the app store, but they aren't open source and I need to be able to have more control of what gets sent.  Anyways, I am getting the message to send, but only after I ignore an error message.  I'm having a hard time figuring out what it means as I think it pertains to a problem in the GHowl mechanics.  I was hoping someone may help me make sense of this.  

 As for the Android side, I am simply creating a new thread in an Activity and using javaosc library to send the OSC messages.  Again, the message sends, but only after an error screen pops up that I then have to ignore.  

Any help would be greatly appreciated! 

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In case anyone else comes upon this problem, the best method to send is simply to use Java UDP networking.  Let me know if anyone is interested in an example. Much simpler than trying to adapt OSC code.  

Hello Jon,

Seems something is tripping up the library we use to parse osc messages.  I can send you a more recently compiled version of gHowl to see if the problem still persists.  If so, message me here and we'll get it sent over.

All the best,


Hello Jon, 

we are currently facing some similar problems with our project. Would it be possible to send us an example of your set up or to help us with a few questions we still have?

Thanks in advance.


Hi, I'm having the same problem, did you find a solution?

I'm receiving OSC from Max/MSP.

Same problem here. It can work when pattern is 0, but when I want to get osc message (pattern999),it will occur error and rhino will shut down.

Same problem with max msp, did anyone solve it? 


Fixed. For amateurs don't forget to install latest Java to use max msp upd send )






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