In my experience, adding a radio to a device requires FCC approval (testing) in the US. There’s probably a similar process in the EU and elsewhere, but I’m not familiar with them. That adds a lot of time and effort to getting a product out to the marketplace. Since the MOD devices run linux, all the linux-compatible external devices (USB) should work. It’s definitely a trade-off. I haven’t tried in earnest to get a WiFi or Bluetooth device running on my Dwarf, but I certainly see the value in doing so.
I would agree but gave no idea on programming. Did notice RTP now works on Linux system with MIDID or something similar. At least that would be a start. Might get in touch with Hexlet regarding the TouchOSC server and see what they say.
Just need FalkTX to sort the Bluetooth out too even if it’s just for joysticks
I would love at least some of those features @Austin73. Especially the Bluetooth MIDI. We wouldn’t need any certification if we use a dongle on the USB port A.
Because I would like it so much, I did some small research in the past to find that implemented for linux so we could port it. I passed a few links at the time to @falkTX, but nothing was doable for the MOD (yet).
It is certainly in the plans, yet, not top priority or either in the roadmap. Yet, if you find something that shortcuts our work, it may make it to the platform way faster.