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i/o board

June 26, 2007 | 2:15 pm

Hi

Slightly off topic but it is for use with Max/Msp. I’m trying to find a usb i/o board which I’ve seen demonstrated. All I know is that it’s a simple board called IPAK similar to the board thats in usb keyboards which buttons can be attached to. Does anyone know of this board? Where it can be found? Or alternatively another board which is as simple?

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gar


June 26, 2007 | 4:14 pm

There are many -

tinker.it do nice one

http://www.tinker.it/en/Products/Tastiera

If you are the other side of the atlantic there are probably more
local versions of this kind of thing.

Cheers

Nick

>Hi
>
>Slightly off topic but it is for use with Max/Msp. I’m trying to
>find a usb i/o board which I’ve seen demonstrated. All I know is
>that it’s a simple board called IPAK similar to the board thats in
>usb keyboards which buttons can be attached to. Does anyone know of
>this board? Where it can be found? Or alternatively another board
>which is as simple?
>
>a+
>gar


June 26, 2007 | 4:31 pm

This does look like a good alternative, I’m in England so Italy is good for me. Do you know of a supplier who sells the Tastiera keyboard emulator?

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gar


June 26, 2007 | 6:38 pm

I think they sell it direct – email them and ask.

They are some of the people behind the arduino board, which is a lot
more flexible but needs abit more programming to get it to do what
you want (although it does have max objects that talk to it).

They are coming over to london to do a workshop in a month in the
building where I work(see the blog page of their site) they might
bring one over with them for you if you ask them!

Cheers

Nick

>This does look like a good alternative, I’m in England so Italy is
>good for me. Do you know of a supplier who sells the Tastiera
>keyboard emulator?
>
>a+
>gar


July 23, 2007 | 5:02 pm

Garrett Lynch skrev:
> Hi
>
> Slightly off topic but it is for use with Max/Msp. I’m trying to find a usb i/o board which I’ve seen demonstrated. All I know is that it’s a simple board called IPAK similar to the board thats in usb keyboards which buttons can be attached to. Does anyone know of this board? Where it can be found? Or alternatively another board which is as simple?
>
> a+
> gar
Hi, I know I am hideously late, but you were looking for the Ultimarc
Ipac. It’s so damned simple, it’s just screw-in terminals and a usb
connector.
They have an iPACve which is 35usd with worldwide airmail.

If anyone else is interested you can find the link to the iPACve and
many other gadgets at my link page here:
http://del.icio.us/wetterberg – lots of max/Jitter/controller related stuff.

Andreas.


July 23, 2007 | 5:42 pm

lifesaver, I had given up having tried all combinations of ipak / ipac / ipack / i-pak etc. thanks for this.

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gar


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