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Old 25th May 2006, 06:25 PM   #1
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Default iCube(X) System + Sensors (for custom MIDI interface) (trade for Evolver)

FS: iCube System w/ v.4.0 firmware + miscellaneous sensors. $500.

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Well, a while back I bought this guy's whole interactive art setup. It included the iCube System, an EZIO board, MAX/MSP, Jitter, and a big pile of sensors and electronics.

Anyway, turns out I don't have much use for the iCube System, so I'm considering selling it along with a bunch of sensors.

-The current iCubeX system costs $600 and can be found here: http://infusionsystems.com/catalog/p...products_id/28
-I however own the previous version, simply "iCube". I did some research and as far as I can tell, it is the same thing as the iCubeX system, except the firmware is version 4.0, not 4.1. This can be updated for $50. 4.1 adds some other functionality that may or may not be useful to you.
-You can read about it here: http://infusionsystems.com/catalog/p...roducts_id/100
-BTW, I have the manual and power supply.

-As far as sensors and electronics, there are a few sensors wired up for use with the iCube including an LED, a potentiometer, two optical distance sensors, and a third party FSR (force sensing resistor) (which is a small 1"x1" circle on a stalk) wired up to work with the iCube.
I can also include an FSR kit that I have which includes 10 or so different FSRs for a little extra.
-Also are a bunch of wires designed to work with the iCube, however they have no sensors attached to them. The amount to about 20 channels of data (judging by the pins).
-Finally I have a box of miscellaneous potentiometers and sliders (some with LEDs on them).

So that's a slightly old iCube system + about $200-400 in sensors.
Anybody want it for $500? Is that a reasonable price?

And if anybody is willing to trade a D.S. Evolver for it, that's what I'm planning on buying.
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