Daelectronics - ICTRL-R-MINI

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DAeLECTRONICS  iCtrl-R mini MIDI-USB-Bluetooth 4.0
pocket size controller equipped with gesture recognition technology


The iCtrl-R mini is the most complete MIDI-USB-Bluetooth 4.0 controller with pocket size dimensions!

The concept
iCtRl-R mini express yourself

iCtrl-R mini MIDI-USB-BT4.0 pocket size controller   
iCtrl-R mini Bluetooth version with battery

iCtrl-R mini MIDI-USB-Bluetooth 4.0

Pocket size controller equipped with gesture recognition technology

That's why we created the iCtrl-R Mini.

The iCtrl-R Mini is the first MIDI floor controller equipped with gesture recognition technology, the Vslider, so you can control tones just by moving your hand/foot back and forth from the controller it's a musician dream, featuring:

-A portable and ultra durable design that will last
-Works with iOS, WIN, MAC and any program that supports USB-MIDI
-5Volt power supply through USB (and rechargeable battery on the bluetooth version)
-V-Slider technology to change sounds with a wave of your hand or foot
-Optional BLE bluetooh for wireless MIDI communication with iPad/iPhone/MAC

Works with your favorite MIDI hardware, iOS/MAC/PC software, the Atomic Amplifire, the Fractal system (AXE FX II &  others) , the Kemper Profiler and the Line 6 Helix products.
The iCtrl-R works with iOS and MAC/WIN devices, along with hundreds of apps such as Amplitube, Bias Fx, Jamup, Guitar Rig, Main stage and more, so you can plug in and get set up quickly and easily.

Size and portability matter.
the iCtrl-R mini is designed and built to be compact and durable.
The enclosure is diecast alluminum and the switches are heavy duty long lasting push buttons and at only 400 grams it's light enough to bring anywhere.

Tech specs.
The iCtrl-R mini is nicely designed and precision engineered.
Dimensions: 120mm x 95 mm x 35 mm  (approx. 4.37 x 3.70 x 1.17 inch)
Weight: 400 grams.
Materials: Diecast alluminum, heavy duty pushbuttons
Gesture sensor: Sensitive proximity sensors that are capable of recognizing gestures and can be used to activate and modulate parameters like wah, volume, pitch, sustain and mapped midi parameters
Output: Standard MIDI OUT connector & micro USB that charges the iCtrl-R mini and can be used as a USB-MIDI connection
Power: 5Volt through USB connector and (bluetooth version only) a rechargeable lipo 3,7 V battery
Footswitches: 4 rugged metal footswitches for preset change and control change
Expression Pedal Input: 1/4″ TRS Input to connect an external expression pedal and activate & control any paramater on stage
iCtrl-R Mini/OS/Win Compatibility: USB-MIDI compatible on iOS, Mac and PC. Connect quickly and easily to your computer via Micro USB or to your iPhone/iPad using the optional camera connection kit or the Bluetooth 4.0.



That VSlider virtual expression pedal is really unique - reminds me of the D-Beam on VG-99


Free "GR-55 FloorBoard" editor software from https://sourceforge.net/projects/grfloorboard/


It's hard to see from the videos whether the d-beam is on/off with a pre-defined curve for the expression,
OR if you can do partial presses accurately / or even without much accuracy. It doesn't look easy to do half way / half cocked actions.