We are actively expanding and improving our software tools and compatibility to help you get the most out of your I-CubeX. There is a new MacOS editor (there is also a Windows editor with even more features). We have a plug-in for EyesWeb. For programmers, there's a Windows C++ API and MacOS C API. We've recently explained how to control Flash with I-CubeX. And let's not forget that we have Max objects for MacOS on Intel and Windows, and patches for many of our products - if you don't have Max software use them with the runtime version.
To make your I-CubeX data appear as keyboard strokes and strings with which you can control other software programs, try our new keycode/string mapper. For (conditional) re-mapping of your I-CubeX data to different MIDI messages, and also to make your I-CubeX data appear as keyboard strokes or mouse movements, or to map to other Windows messages, use MIDI translator Pro For MacOS, there's MIDIPipe or try JunXion.