Eric released a new wireless MidiTron –
MidiTronâ„¢ Wireless is a wireless sensor-to-MIDI interface. It consists of a compact sensor interface/transmitter unit and a corresponding receiver/output unit which interfaces via USB or MIDI. It provides 20 inputs in any combination of up to 10 analog inputs and 20 digital inputs. Sensor inputs are converted and sent wirelessly to a receiver unit, which outputs MIDI messages.
It is designed to be a small, flexible, robust, long-range solution for creating wireless sensor controllers for real-time use in performance, installations and other scenarios.
MidiTronâ„¢ Wireless Features
- Small transmitter (2 5/8″ x 1 1/2″ x 1 1/2″); encloses internal antenna and 9v battery
- Can be worn on body
- 1000 foot range under ideal conditions; several hundred foot range possible even with obstructions
- Uses 900 MHz frequency band for less interference than the increasingly crowded 2.4 GHz band
- Uses highly reliable RF chip set proven in live performance situations
- Eight selectable channels allow eight units to be used simultaneously or channel switching if interference is encountered
- Continuous re-transmit of sensor values virtually eliminates drop-out or lost data
- Very low latency transmit (maximum 7 ms with all sensors enabled)
- Very low latency USB and MIDI output (actual latency system dependent)
- Normal (7-bit) and high (10-bit) resolution analog modes available
- Easily configured with menu-driven programming patch
- No network configuration required as with Bluetooth or WiFi
- Standard MIDI and USB-MIDI input/output ports
- With USB, appears on computer as a standard MIDI device with no special drivers required
- Once configured, can be used as a standalone MIDI device without a computer
- Several interchangeable styles of connector boards allow flexibility in making sensor connections
- Three-pin style connector board allows direct interfacing of popular sensors available from other manufacturers
MidiTron – Link.
MidiTron, Fully Assembled. MidiTron is a new MIDI to real-world interface designed to simplify the process of creating sensor- and robotics-based electronic art projects. It is easily user configurable and provides 20 terminals of digital and analog inputs and outputs in any combination. Get it at the Maker Store.
4 thoughts on “Wireless MidiTron”
Could it be the new Stereo Lab???
Hey- I’ve been using the wireless MIDItron alot lately (using sensors on my electric violin: http://www.seanhagerty.com/programming.htm ) and highly recommend it. The sensor inputs are highly customizable, with the different possible connectors allowing for varying degrees of finality (nice to avoid soldering sometimes!). Support Eric and Lemurplex!
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