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Author Topic: Gun IR sensor don't read well on angled LED screen - cursor offset solution?  (Read 482 times)

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Hi folks,

I'm fully committed to the mayflash dolphinbar + touchmote solution for lightguns, but I'm finding that my angled screen is causing the sensor to read either too high or too low to be accurate.

My setup looks a little like this, but my screen is at eye height, and thus not squared up with the way that I'm standing.

While it's obvious to my why the aim would be off according to the IR receiver, I'm wondering if the crack team of DIY folks in here can suggest a software solution for offsetting the mouse cursor when using the Dolphin bar. It's a tall order, but I'm open to any suggestions at this point.



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