Read about our USB development experience below.
Gibson USA hired Art & Logic to build the Macintosh version of the Bluetooth updater for their Firebird X guitar firmware. The Firebird X is a limited edition collector's edition guitar with onboard effects, computerized analog tone switching, and many other features.
Beat Kangz Electronics hired Art & Logic to create the firmware for the Beat Thang, a new groovebox aimed at the hip hop market. The project also includes a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) plugin for Mac OS X and Windows called the Beat Thang Virtual. It is available at Sam Ash, Guitar Center, and online.
After successfully developing the OS X driver for their Pro|Click mouse, Razer hired Art & Logic to develop a driver and control application for their more advanced DeathAdder gaming mouse. Working from the Pro|Click project code as a base, the driver and daemon application were adapted to work with the DeathAdder, while a new control application with a unique user interface was developed from scratch. The control application was particularly challenging due to its UI requirements, but the end result was a near duplicate of the Windows user experience, as the client had requested.
E-MU Systems hired Art & Logic to implement two dialogs for their new software sampler. The dialogs went beyond simply picking files and allowed users to manually or automatically create regions, lay out the samples or regions on the keyboard, and preview their work. This project had Art & Logic tightly integrating into E-MU's development environment using a VPN for direct access to their CVS archives while working directly with E-MU engineers on common code. E-MU Systems later hired Art & Logic to write the E-MU Xboard control software, a Mac OS X desktop application that provides total control of the E-MU Xboard USB/MIDI Controller. more...
This innovative system allows access to your important medical information at any time or location. The MiCARD system includes a small rechargeable battery powered card with a color viewing screen and web-based software for loading the card with personal health information. The system works in conjunction with Google Health® and other personal health system providers.
Lexmark hired Art & Logic to teach a two-week training course on Mac OS X printer driver development to an international team of their driver developers. Art & Logic created all course materials including sample code and PowerPoint presentations. Topics included support of a variety of USB printers, such as the Z33 and others. A functional driver was created during the course.
Virgin HealthMiles hired Art & Logic to port their existing Windows-based GoZone iSync software to Macintosh. Virgin's GoZone pedometers connect via USB to a user's computer. The software retrieves data from the pedometer and uploads it to the Virgin Health Miles website. The number of steps you take each day is rewarded at certain daily level of activity.
Microcone is an innovative, simple way to capture group conversations. Using Dev-Audio's unique multi-person microphone array technology, Microcone automatically tracks and enhances each voice and applies adaptive background noise reduction. Art & Logic consulted with Dev-Audio's development team to assist in writing Microcone's kernel-level audio device driver for Mac OS X versions 10.7+ and Windows XP through 7. The device is available through Amazon in the US and the Apple Store in the EU.
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