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19 Mar 2018
New firmware and Connect !
There's a new build of firmware v7.51 and firmware v7.33 for the USB-microDig and firmware v6.33 for the Wi-microDig. These builds fix a few bugs and add an easier way to upload new firmware, which method is used by a new version of Connect v1.5.1. These new firmware versions address some compatibility issues with our other software and contain improved algorithms for digital sensors. If you're on a Mac, use the firmware uploader in Connect v1.5 (click on "Check firmware"). Or run FirmwareX to upgrade your digitizer. Then configure it with EditorX or Link software. If you had uploaded one of these firmware versions before 19 March 2018, please re-upload this new build to your USB-microDig or Wi-microDig. You can check the build date of your firmware by hovering your mouse over the firmware version in Connect to show the tooltip (a tiny popup) - after this update the tooltip should show "2018-03-17". In Connect v1.5.1 you can also click on the firmware version which allows you to toggle between the firmware version and the firmware date.

13 Mar 2018
The Update III
Today, we're releasing oCube v4.0 for Max (and a slightly updated iCube v4.0 for Max). The oCube external object was one of the first plugins we made back in 1995 and we're happy to announce this important update for it. This version includes some powerful features such as automatic syncing with the connected digitizer and support for pulse width modulated (PWM) actuators and digital I2C actuators. More updating is on the way, check back here soon.

01 Feb 2018
The Update II
Today, we're releasing iCube v4.0 for Max. The iCube external object was one of the first plugins we made back in 1995 and we're happy to announce this important update for it. This version includes some powerful features such as automatic syncing with the connected digitizer, support for digital sensors, support for standalone mode and output in physical units of measurement. More updating is on the way, check back here soon.

14 Jan 2018
The Update
Well, it's 2018 now and we had it coming of course. With that we mean "The Update". We're sort of half way but wanted to put out a notice that we're working on it, and that some things are already available. First off, Connect v1.5.0 is a major improvement - we really recommend it. There is new firmware for USB-microDigs and Wi-microDigs, with significant improvements too, in particular for digital (I2C) sensors. New versions, now 64-bit, of EditorX and Link have been posted because the older versions are incompatible with MacOS High Sierra - apologies for the delay in addressing this.

11 Oct 2017
New sensors and USB-microDig
Had a nice summer ? We were working on a number of new sensors: BioBeat3D (measure heart BPM as well as blood SpO2 and skin temperature), Orient4D (measure orientation while rotating 36O degrees in all directions, as well as 3D magnetic field strength, acceleration and angular velocity), ReachID (detect RFID tags), ReachCloseD (measure up to 2 m distance with laser precision) and Swipe3D (detect a variety of swipe gestures or measure distance or color). These are all digital (I2C) sensors. To add these to our catalog, the USB-microDig's hardware had to be updated to v7.5 and programmed with a new firmware v7.5. Comes with an updated version of EditorX to configure it all.

31 Mar 2017
Digitizer label numbers
We keep receiving reports of customers whose digitizer identifying numbers (except for the firmware number), as stored in the digitizer firmware, are incorrect, ie. different than the numbers on the label on the bottom of the digitizer. You can see this in Connect or other software as your digitizer being represented by Connect or other software with incorrect label numbers. Our various software programs use the label numbers to make features available that correspond with the connected digitizer. Without this information the software may incorrectly configure your digitizer resulting in erroneous behaviour that is really hard to debug. To restore these label numbers we made a small software utility called Reset_myDig (MacOS 64bit / Windows 64bit, MacOS 32bit / Windows 32bit). You can keep Connect running while using Reset_myDig, which can then communicate to the digitizer via the MIDI ports created by Connect.

12 Jan 2017
Connect for Windows
There's a new version 1.35 of Connect for Windows to represent digitizers as virtual MIDI ports. It sports some neat new features ! A mini configuration panel allows you to turn on/off sensor inputs, set the sampling interval, set the mode of operation, set muting and reset the digitizer. OSC output enables you to easily send sensor data to a slew of OSC-capable software programs and devices. Last but not least, Connect now allows you to convert any serial port into a virtual MIDI port.

12 Dec 2016
Link v1.4
We've updated our Link software, now with calibration and graphical plotting features that should help you get a better insight in the sensor data. It uses Connect for a reliable and stable connection with the digitizer. And of course, we got rid of some bugs and fixed a few user interface issues. Also, the workspace is completely saved which makes for an easy continuation from where you left it. LBNL, detailed help documentation is included.
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