Also check our new WiSystem that communicates via USB as well as BLE !
The I-CubeX Wi-microDig enables you to interface sensors wirelessly to your computer anywhere in the world.
It is designed to obtain data from sensors for (scientific) measurement and analysis and/or for the control of audiovisual effects and multimedia content. With the I-CubeX Wi-microDig, translate sensor signals with high resolution into MIDI messages that are transmitted through a wireless Bluetooth connection and made available through a virtual serial (COM) port.
Then, send these messages to data analysis/display software, map them to virtual joysticks for use in gaming software, or, either using the default MIDI encoding or re-mapped as OSC messages using our software, send them to a variety of 3rd party hardware or software devices that perform sound synthesis, graphical animation, video effects, etc.. Voilà !
What you get
The I-CubeX Wi-microSystem includes a Wi-microDig analog to digital encoder with wireless Bluetooth transmitter, a cable for easy use with 9V batteries and a 9V alkaline battery. A free Turn sensor is also included for demo and test purposes.
A variety of software is available from our website to apply the Wi-microSystem in your project - please check the Wi-microDig page, and browse our resource page for more solutions. Here's how to get started.
Please note that to configure and use the Wi-microDig, you will need a Bluetooth interface for your computer that uses the WIDCOMM or Microsoft stack (Bluesoleil is not supported). To get the maximum range of 400 m you will need a class 1 Bluetooth interface. The BluetoothAdapter has both these features. Want to use the power grid instead of batteries ? Use the Wi-microGlobalAdapter.
For a BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) version, see the WiSystem. For a thumb-sized, faster and USB-cabled version (no MIDI interface needed) with actuator outputs, check out the WiSystem or the USB-microSystem, that, together with the USB-microMIDICable can also send MIDI messages directly to your MIDI gear.
For more inputs and resolution, as well as actuator outputs,
check out the System.
To capture more of the real world check these sensors !
Need more info ?
For more in-depth information, read about the Wi-microDig.