Need to trigger or control audio, images or videos ? Plug your sensors, then drag & drop your media into SensePlay !
22 Feb 2019
Did you already get your WiDig ?
These videos show how to get started with the WiDig and how it can be used with GarageBand, Ableton Live, TouchDesigner and Cycling74 Max.
The WiDig is an interactive media design tool that features low-latency USB as well as BLE connectivity, support for (analog and digital) sensors as well as (analog and digital) actuators, and standalone (processed) as well as host (raw) mode operation. Use it with desktop computers as well as mobile devices.
Together with our Connect, EditorX, iCube/oCube and other API software it's a versatile tool kit supporting a variety of workflows to quickly build a control surface, MIDI controller, gestural instrument, motion capture tool, movement tracker, interactive object, responsive space, playful toy, game input device, .. you name it.
If you have any questions, we are ready to provide quick technical support and help you find a solution. All our products are backed by detailed online product documentation.
The new version of EditorX can now be used with all recent digitizers but requires you to update the firmware of your WiDig to 8.1, USB-microDig to 7.6 (or 7.4 if its hardware is older than 7.5), Wi-microDig to 6.4 or microDig to 5.4.
If you're on MacOS, update the firmware with Connect. If you're on Windows, use FirmwareX. While you're at it, make sure your USB drivers are up to date as well.
New in this release:
Solo: output the data from only one (virtual) sensor input. Handy when using MIDI learn !
Set the MIDI output range.
Map to the pitch, ie. note number, of a NoteOn message.
Support for the ReachFarD sensor.
Save & load settings for one (virtual) input only.
Improved overall usability.
Want to make a funky controller for an app on a mobile device? Enter the WiDig. It's like a USB-microDig but with BLE (messages are sent and received as BLE-MIDI) as well as USB capability, so can be connected to iOS and Android, as well as regular operating systems like MacOS and Windows.
It shows up as a MIDI port when communicating via BLE so no fiddling with serial ports. When communicating via USB it does show up as a virtual serial port tho.
More features to be added soon through a firmware update: Pair the WiDig with a BLE-to-MIDI cable adapter and connect directly to your MIDI gear. Communicate via WiFi with OSC messages, and turn the WiDig into a wireless general purpose OSC sensor interface - with web-based configuration interface.