Preconfigured Key Mappings for Make!Sense Max

Channel 0: A, B

Channel 1: 1, 2

Channel 2: C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J 

Channel 3: spacebar

Channel 4: Left Arrow and Right Arrow (these are preset to "hold" these keys)

Channel 5: Up Arrow and Down Arrow (these are preset to "hold" these keys)

Channel 6: K, L

Channel 7: M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T 

 

Most sensors are "active high".  If they are on/off sensors, their value goes "high" when they are engaged.  If they are continuous value sensors, their values increase.  For "active low" sensors, the upper area of any channel is left blank, and the lower area is where the keystroke is triggered.  Active low sensors include the IR breakbeam sensor.

You can configure you own keystroke mappings, or enable joystick mode by running the Configurator.  Currently a Java program, it will be ported to native application soon.  However it works very nicely and gives you a good visual idea of the responses of sensors.  Learn to use it here.