The technology used in the Vectr module generates an electrical field within a distance of 15cm from the surface and senses disturbances in this field, caused by your hand or any other conductive object. Vectr construes position and movement of the hand into three values with associated CV: left-right ,up-down and near-far. The control surface is illuminated by LEDs, giving visual feedback with changing color corresponding to the user's hand movement.
The basic function as controller alone is fun but Vector is also a sequencer that can record hand movements 50 seconds or longer.
The sequences can be played back when receiving a trigger and manipulated in real time, like slowing down or speeding up, overdub, quantization or more.
The menu has a number of options like five different voltage ranges, quantization with four scales, variable characteristic (logarithmic to linear to antilogarithmic) and slew.
Record, playback and overdub can be activated by internal or external triggers with selectable trigger modes. Playback looping offers a number of directions like one-shot, pendulum, retrigger and flip.
In performance mode you can overdub a playing sequence on one or more axis, quickly switch between up to four recorded sequences, "scratch" the sequence like a vinyl record or mute by quickly turning outputs on and off
This version of Vectr has a black anodized faceplate.
Record - For triggering recording
Playback - For triggering playback
Hold - For holding the output value - multiple configurable behaviors
Mod - CV input - for manipulating sequence playback
Sync - For retriggering playback
X - Left to Right
Y - Top to Bottom
Z - Near to Far
Gate - Configurable output for hand, quantization, or sequencing
indication - multiple configurable behaviors
Sync - Sequence timing output - 1,2,4,8, or 16 pulses per loop
3U Eurorack module, 34HP wide, 25mm deep
power consumption: max 200mA @ +12V and 50mA @ -12V.
+5V are generated internally