I’m currently developing as fast as I can to create a new version that incorporates some of the new features, but more importantly fixes a lot of the issues I’ve experienced with the old version.

Although visually, this new version won’t change a lot, it has been improved massively under the covers. We now write to a database to store the session information and back off the actual telemetry data to a binary file to save space.

I’m about 90% of the way through switching this around and have a few features to fix and make sure they work with the changed approach.

I’m mulling over releasing an early version with some of the existing features removed, such as Arduino COM Port output. By reducing the work I have to complete now, I’ll get a much better and stable version out with you guys to play around with.

In-Progress Features

  • Dash Builder – Create your own dashes with ability to export, share and import
  • Adding Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows Store (RT) platforms as clients
2017-04-11T12:09:14+00:00 May 11th, 2015|developmentupdates|2 Comments


  1. Bjorn 17/10/2015 at 08:30 - Reply

    This looks awesome,… will there be a mac version ??

    • mike 20/10/2015 at 17:40 - Reply

      Unfortunately no plans at present. I’m not an apple household and they make it very difficult to develop for the ecosystem unless you’re part of it. With that said I am potentially looking at the live dash view being available via a web service from the main vrHive app, so you could use a mac/iphone/ipad/android device to consume that data.

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