GoOSC is an application for creating and editing GUI interfaces to send
and receive OSC data. It is written using the Qt toolkit and Qt Quick,
so it currently runs on Symbian and MeeGo phones. It is available for
download from the Nokia Store.
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This video shows the basic functionality and usage of GoOSC:
Interfaces are created and edited on the phone itself using two edit
modes. To create and set the properties of a widget:
Enter the red edit mode by clicking on the gear icon on the
bottom left corner
Tap and hold anywhere on the screen where you want the widget
A selection menu will appear, and select the widget type you's
like to add
The widget will be created and you can move it around simply by
dragging while in the red mode
Now tap and hold on the widget itself to enter the properties
dialog for that widget
To resize a widget go to the blue edit mode by pressing the gear icon
on the bottom left again. While in the blue mode you'll be able to
resize any widget.
Creating widgets from a computer
You can send special OSC messages to GoOSC to have it create widgets.
The message data is QML, so it is actually interpreted and run by
GoOSC, which means you can create your own widgets with any special
To create a slider, you need to send to path: