PhyOSC receives the Core Motion data from Apple Watch on the iPhone.
iPhone converts it and the 12 machine-learning-trained arm movements into OSC messages and sends them to the IP address and Port number where the DAW is connected.
It can receive sensor data sent from Apple Watch on iOS devices and digitally filter it when converting it to OSC message data.
This digital filter can be set separately for X, Y, and Z of userAcceleration, and Pitch, Roll, Yaw, and displacement of attitude.
There are three types of digital filters: Raw, Bool, and Normalize.
A named and saved filtered setting is called a "Configuration".You can save multiple of these.Use the configuration by switching.
For example, even with the same arm movement, you can make a cheering sound effect in Configuration A and a drum kick by switching to Configuration B.
This realizes a variety of expressions such as changing the sound source, changing the echo echo time, and changing the oscillator waveform.