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11 Jul 2012
Arduino Shield
We just tested out the latest addition to our catalog: a Shield for Arduino. This product enables you to connect your I-CubeX sensors and actuators to an Arduino board.

30 May 2012
About $$
Over the last year we have reviewed our sourcing and pricing methods. It's been quite the overhaul ! The net result is that we were able to lower prices on most products. We hope you find the new prices competitive.

As for shipping: TNT usually has the best rates and is usually as fast as UPS, but we can't show all their rates automatically on our website yet. So, please ask us about it if there's no rate visible. In that case you can also select the TNT shipping option and save your cart as a quote. We'll then update your quote with the TNT shipping rate.

09 Dec 2011
About Linking and Linkedin
There's our Link (MacOS X / Windows) software but here's more on linking I-CubeX to other software: we recently released Keys v1.40, software that maps sensor data to key codes and strings. Make your I-CubeX data appear as keyboard strokes and text strings to control other software programs. The applications are many and we surely haven't thought of all of them ! It's a quick and easy to way to control sound and video playback using eg. Windows Media Player for interactives design. Also: an effective solution to automating behaviour measurement. Let us know how you want to use it !

Finally we're inviting you to join the Linkedin I-CubeX group I-CubeX group to stay in touch with your fellow I-CubeX users, exchange experiences etc.

07 Oct 2011
More wireless options
While we're working on expanding our wireless product spectrum, we tested the use of wireless USB gear with the USB-microDig v7.10/7.1 and found that it works great ! While a little bulkier than our Wi-microDig, it's a cost effective solution if you wanted to go wireless with a USB-microDig you already own.

11 Aug 2011
Be an XVJ at SIGGRAPH
We presented the "XVJ" (Xpressive Video-Jockey) Sessions in the SIGGRAPH Studio with a workshop and demos. SIGGRAPH took place in Vancouver, Canada from 7-11 August 2011. We thank those who had the chance to stop by !

Also, we just released a new editor v3.4 for Windows that fixes a number of issues, notably the issues with MIDI port mapping, data recording, default directories and installation.

17 Jan 2011
Shipping options
We reviewed the shipping options again and decided to expand Canada Post shipping options with Xpresspost shipping in addition to the Small Packet Air shipping option. These options are available for orders upto $1000. For the Small Packet Air shipping method, unfortunately there's no shipment tracking and insurance is upto $100 only. We'll let you weigh the options. Regardless, if you'd like us to check whether we can do better in your specific case, let us know - we'll be happy to look into it.

Also, we now offer more options wrt. the customs declaration of your goods. Since you're the importer we thought you'd like to be in control. Read the section about shipping in the sales policy for details.

07 Jul 2010
Max for Live and more support
Try our new Dig4Live v1.11 (MacOS / Windows) for Max for Live and control Ableton Live widgets with I-CubeX sensors ! You can use any of our Max objects and plugins in Max for Live.

We also put some more help online recently. Start at well, our Get Started page and there you'll find the "Quick Start" pages for all our digitizers, where we guide you through the setup process, step by step. We really want you to be up and running fast !

We want to make you aware of LiveSupport-1: live personal help when you're stuck using our products. Included with a System or Wi-microSystem (if purchased after 15 December 2009).

20 Aug 2009
New sensors
Visitor Detection: With the MoveAlong you can measure how fast somebody is passing by, and in which direction. And for more detail there's the MoveAround with 8 sensing elements. Great for getting some stats about your exhibit or triggering media to draw attention ... for instance, the faster somebody's passing by, the more attention grabbing (louder, brighter, ..) you can make the media appear ! Together with the Advance-645, MoveOn, ReachClose and TapTile, we've lots of options for visitor detection. Be there not or be I-CubeX-ed.

Multi-touch Control Surfaces: We've expanded the Slide sensors with a range of different sizes (50, 170, 500 mm straight ones and a round one). You can make lots of fancy control surfaces by combining Push sensors (Push, Push2D), Reach sensors (Reach, ReachClose, ReachOn), Slide sensors (Slide-50, Slide, Slide-170, SlideLong, Slide-500, SlideRound, SlideWide), Touch sensors (Touch, TouchMicro-3, TouchMicro-5 TouchMicro-10, TouchMini, TouchMiniOn, TouchStrip) and Turn sensors (Turn, Turn&Spin). Place Slide and Touch sensors next to as well as on top of each other and create multi-touch surfaces. Check it out !
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