Version 46: La Scatola

Number 46This release has two big items and two small ones:

  • The first big item is a translation into Italian. We are very grateful to Mariano de Faveri for providing this translation.
  • We have been working on this for months, but we can finally talk about it: Off Camber Data can now configure the UniBox. The UniBox is the most significant expansion of the UniGo system since the initial launch. Apart from the built-in six-axis accelerometer, it makes it possible to connect more sensors than any other logger in karting. It can do pedal sensors, temperature sensors, speed sensors for all wheels, and many more. It is completely extensible, so over the next few months we’ll be expanding the range of available sensors, and open up the possibility of adding custom sensors to the system. Of course, OCD will have to grow with the system to make the new data more useful and accessible.
The UniBox, with six expansion ports, and a seventh port for power.

The UniBox, with six expansion ports, and a seventh port for power.

We also fixed two smaller things. Both of these were suggestions by customers. We’re very grateful for these suggestions, as they help us find out what is important for you, and what we should focus on next. If we haven’t gotten to your suggestion yet, please hold tight! We’re doing our best to catch up.

  • We made sure the way you configure the settings on the UniGo match the way you configure them in OCD. There were some confusing differences before, but they are now fixed.
  • Speaking of confusion, we also cleaned up the naming of the TSV/CSV export functions. It now says TSV everywhere, and that is our default for exporting, since it can simply be copied and pasted into Excel. You can still export as CSV if you like, by just naming the file <something>.csv.

As always, you can get the new version from the downloads page, or simply restart your old version of Off Camber Data. For feedback, feel free to just comment on the blog, or send us an email at!