I saw the new controller today. It's not cloud based but they are working on one that will be. It's to create a lower cost of entry. All licenses will transfer if you buy the new controller. the license is with the end user. It will be controlled through apps for iPads and tablets. It's still windows driven (but hoping to change to Linux) and will likely have a retail around 2500. It has USB outs to the chairs that will require that adapter they have to the rg45 for the acm. But you can run one USB and then a hub to multiple chairs. I didn't think to ask on how much the adapter is. They were showing it works with appletv and said it will work with any audio source. I was told it averages around 6 seconds to sync. I honestly didn't understand the answer to extended versions of movies but said it recognizes them. I have a couple pictures on my phone. I'm not sure when I'll get time to post up.
On a separate not...not working on longer actuators for the home. Said the codes would all have to be redone to make that work. They are going to build a lower costing actuator eventually with less travel. Also trying to build one that's not so commercial for home to help lower the cost. It sounds like they want to get the cost of entry down.
Actuator prices were slashed from 10,000 to 6,000 on 3250i
the new controller list price is 3,500, I have two videos been edited on all the features, I have a lot of functional analysis covered therein.. stay tuned.