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A quick thing below about a thing I wrote to program aerotech ultimate clubs with a proper graphical user interface. I put this on rec.juggling, but it occurred to me that aerotech make ultimate poi now, which this should work with too, so it might well be of interest to HOP people. Anyone fancy trying it?
Original message below:
In case anyone is interested, a little thing I wrote a bit back and only just got round to putting it on the web, which lets you program aerotech ultimate clubs on a timeline, and also lets you synchronised start the clubs along with your music, (you can even add in a delay for you to get from wherever your laptop is, to wherever you want to juggle).
Includes help, so look at that if you get stuck.
For Windows only at present, I don't have a Mac at the moment, or time to port it.
http://www.mrl.nott.ac.uk/~jqm/blog/?p=140 br> I don't know if it works with the new 2.1 club firmware, as I haven't got round to updating mine - I guess it probably should work okay, but no guarantees, maybe over Christmas or something I'll get round to updating it.
No-one else has played with it, so it may or may not work on your computer, eat your clubs for breakfast or whatever. As the computer nerds always say, it works on my computer. This is absolutely not an official Aerotech product (although thanks to Aerotech for the help in making it work).
It's sort of free, but like it says on the startup screen, if you do find yourself using it for your 16 club juggling super-routines* and it turns out really useful, it'd be nice if you gave me some money - these toys don't buy themselves you know! If you need a modified version / a larger number of clubs or whatnot, then drop me an email, we can probably work something out.
Any comments, feedback etc. welcome.
*although not having tested it on large numbers of clubs I have no idea if they will synch up perfectly.