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Author Topic: Gun IR sensor don't read well on angled LED screen - cursor offset solution?  (Read 459 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.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZgCrYNTdj8&t=292s

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.

Thanks

  
 

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