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We present work on the ``o.io'' system, a suite of tools for hiding vendor-specific and protocol-specific details of con-trollers and actuators and for replacing diffuse documentation and heterogeneous ontologies with harmonized, situational schema carried along in real-time with gesture and actuator control values as Open Sound Control (OSC) bundles. We introduce useful general design patterns and object-oriented tools that support them. We conclude with details of support of two particular devices that illustrate the potential of ``o.io'', the QuNeo and Bluetooth LE heart rate monitors.
A. Freed, D. DeFilippo, R. Gottfried, J. MacCallum, J. Lubow, D. Razo, D. Wessel. o.io: a Unified Communications Framework for Intermedia and Cloud Interaction. In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference. Thessaloniki, Greece. 2014.