View Full Version : 3d Modpad 1 - iPhone keypad for pen tablet PC and Cintiq

05-31-2010, 12:12 PM
Hi there.



Comes setup for Modo, but can just as easily be used with LW/Core (and any other program, for that matter). Except for the navigation and system keys youīll just have to remap it in wifipad to your shortcuts and create corresponding popup forms for tools, modes, edit etc...

Version 1a (the left one) has 24 shortcut stripes on the right slider bar (above the tools button). Just create a popup with all your tools, map it to the tools button (pops up the form on screen) and slide your finger up and down to select the tool you need (tip: map the tools to single keys for that to work).

Same for modes, create a modes panel, map it to the pad and map Actioncenters and whatnot to the slider right to the modes button (12 stripes in that one)

Or just forget the slider and use 1b with straightforward buttons instead.

Kudos to the smart people at wifipad.com for making the underlying app and server available for free, all thanks go to them.

More keypads soon


06-01-2010, 08:37 PM
And a simpler,and in the end better version. 1 is sort of messy to use on the iPhone (may work well on iPad, though)

Anyway, less and bigger buttons for you to map and tap.


Download modpad2 (http://download134.mediafire.com/xu029mwdx2vg/gzym2niwokj/Modpad+2.zip)


06-02-2010, 10:52 AM
That's really cool! Thanks for sharing this.

01-11-2013, 02:59 AM
Can anyone please help me get a copy of this file? It's no longer available on the original mediafire link and I have contacted the original poster directly a few weeks ago to no avail.
metalshtorm at gmail dot com

02-06-2013, 08:40 AM
Unfortunately my tablet burned and the files with it.

Go to www.wifipad.com and download the utility and samples. Itīs really easy to make one yourself, should only take you a couple of hours.

In hindsight mine were too busy for an iPhone or pod, anyway.

Today I would make one just with 3 big areas for navigation and maybe two more for "Space" and a tool popup so that you can really use it blindly in your left hand.

Itīs also a great way to consolidate navigation with ZBrush as you can create variations with different mappings.