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TimeCrisis:
I noticed your website shows New slim IR LED points

are these the same as the ones I've already seen or are they new SLIM ones, i would like to see them.

JayBee:

--- Quote from: TimeCrisis on March 19, 2023, 09:43:24 am ---I noticed your website shows New slim IR LED points

are these the same as the ones I've already seen or are they new SLIM ones, i would like to see them.

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Yes they are brand new, I haven't uploaded any image yet.

KlausR:
Hi JayberH
Donation is done. Could you please send license, appreciate

teozan:
Hello Everybody and to JayBee of course.
Few months ago (its one year almost) I had in mind to build this fantastic toy and purchased the license. I'm still at the license phase and one day will build my phisycal piece of gun ;)

Recently I was thinking about the use of this gun with a PS3/PS4 console but unsure about the results becuase I'm probably missing some info:

- I suppose that any system which can recognize a mouse/keyboard is potentially recognizing the gun as a mouse/keyboard too?
- the initial setup (done on a compatible system/windows) is done just once; means the parameters are stored inside the internal micro/teensy?
- the usb connection to the host (PC / console) is for the power (5v) as well as the info exchange (mouse/pointer position/keys pressed/) and to let the host system recognize there's a new device (mouse/keyb) connected? or is there any "driver" that is running inside the host? I suppose this is the main question on whether a PS3 (for instance) may or may not recognize the device being a standard mouse....

At the end, it the above makes any sense, adding a XIM APEX to the PS3 and then this gun will make a KILLER to anything else!

Thank you

Rgds
Matteo

JayBee:

--- Quote from: teozan on April 11, 2023, 09:09:29 am ---Hello Everybody and to JayBee of course.
Few months ago (its one year almost) I had in mind to build this fantastic toy and purchased the license. I'm still at the license phase and one day will build my phisycal piece of gun ;)

Recently I was thinking about the use of this gun with a PS3/PS4 console but unsure about the results becuase I'm probably missing some info:

- I suppose that any system which can recognize a mouse/keyboard is potentially recognizing the gun as a mouse/keyboard too?
- the initial setup (done on a compatible system/windows) is done just once; means the parameters are stored inside the internal micro/teensy?
- the usb connection to the host (PC / console) is for the power (5v) as well as the info exchange (mouse/pointer position/keys pressed/) and to let the host system recognize there's a new device (mouse/keyb) connected? or is there any "driver" that is running inside the host? I suppose this is the main question on whether a PS3 (for instance) may or may not recognize the device being a standard mouse....

At the end, it the above makes any sense, adding a XIM APEX to the PS3 and then this gun will make a KILLER to anything else!

Thank you

Rgds
Matteo

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To answer your questions:
- technically yes it will be recognized, but the gun aim input isn't a standard mouse input and won't work properly if the OS/software doesn't support that specific kind of input.
- yes stored inside the gun
- I see where you are going here, but it's like I explained on the first point, any system that isn't specifically made to work with hid mouse lightgun input will not work  ;)

PS3 lightgun games don't support generic mouse input (at least not in the lightgun way), and if you are talking about FPS games, lightgun aren't made of FPS and won't work with them.
No matter the machine, mouse aiming and lightgun aiming are too different to work in a playable manner.
It requires a game that is especially made for aiming devices (afaik only the wii and a few PS Move titles ever did that).

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