So here goes my first pi project, another take on networked music streaming.
This started basically as an excuse to play around with node.js, and some of the coolness of mobile browsers. I had been flirting with starting something for a while but the idea of having a cheap, low power computer that could run whatever I made continuously, was really what got me from daydreaming to putting hand to keyboard. I love all the single purpose, embedded type projects the pi enables...
Which leads me to introduce wupnp, a simple web interface for making playlists from tracks on UPNP media servers and playing them to UPNP media renderers. Or, in a slightly over simplified translation, wupnp lets me control music streaming around my network from my browser. In my setup the server is a Buffalo LinkStation NAS, and the renderer is my raspberry pi running gmediarenderer-resurrected (the pi is also hosting the node.js server). The software is still a little rough around the edges, and very untested, but theoretically it should work with other renderer and server combinations.
And now for a more visual presentation, a video and an image: