7 August 2010
Author: Giorgos LazaridisMen Of War Game Console
The theory of the PS2 protocol - The PS2 protocol
How to connect LEDs theory - Connecting LEDs
The theory about key matrices - How a Key Matrix Work
The circuit that i used for the LED dimming effect upon key release - LED Off Delay with dimming effect
The circuit that i used for the 3 countdown timers - Fixed Countdown Timer For -Geek- Gamers
How to make LED pushbuttons yourself, as i used for the 3 countdown timers - An LED Pushbutton
|At 9 October 2011, 4:46:45 user Chris wrote: [reply @ Chris]|
This is such a great project. I am truly inspired. Very cool. Love the site too. Please never stop showing us your great projects.
At 18 June 2011, 14:06:48 user Stefan wrote: [reply @ Stefan]
Hi there,can you make a code for PIC16F876A or simular of it,because I don't have that microcontroler used in the project. :(
At 14 December 2010, 9:16:38 user Kammenos wrote: [reply @ Kammenos]
Well, "lol", as i always, say "Use all your abilities to win". After all, you can get yourself a customizable controller from the market. And then, i hope i meet you in the battlefield... preferably at the opposite team... ;) ;) ;)
PS: This is not cheating. I don't use a bot to do something that i can't, faster or more accurate. I mean, hey, be wise and gather all the shortcuts that you need close. You can do that. You can customize your shortcuts... You can use the shift key, the control, double clicks...Everything. Is this so hard to do? Or do you miss the LED effect that i have???
At 14 December 2010, 8:28:25 user lol wrote: [reply @ lol]
man you are such a nerd, go, get a wife children and a life.
with this frankenstein like thing you have clearly an unfair advantage
you super nerd hardwarecheater.
At 3 December 2010, 4:03:43 user Don wrote: [reply @ Don]
Oops! Just realized I was reading the comments in backwards chronology! My bad! Sorry, nevermind my last comment!
At 3 December 2010, 4:00:56 user Don wrote: [reply @ Don]
Just ran across your site! Thank you! Very informative! A note to Marc Leonhart (since nobody answered him; AND although I haven't studied all the specifics): I believe an input device like this could do anything you would like it to do. It is custom made. I'm sure it could be modified to any purpose!
At 17 November 2010, 5:20:29 user Kammenos wrote: [reply @ Kammenos]
brannen. read the worklog. its a construction from a scratch.
At 17 November 2010, 2:22:18 user brannen wrote: [reply @ brannen]
i think you used a xbox 360 controller and some hot keys from a key bord
At 29 October 2010, 4:52:57 user Antonio wrote: [reply @ Antonio]
At 26 October 2010, 19:53:48 user Kammenos wrote: [reply @ Kammenos]
Of course it can. But there are in the market remarkable shortcut consoles for this. You may be interested in this project, either if you want to DIY and for you the trip is more important than the destination, or because you want to do something that the market consoles wont do. In my case, i fit in both cases. The joystick for example is not just a normal arrow key replacement. Does much more that a normal game console cannot be programmed to do. But most of all, i just wanted to do it...
At 26 October 2010, 18:50:17 user Marc Leonhardt wrote: [reply @ Marc Leonhardt]
So can a project like this be fitted towards Photoshop and Sai, since I draw with the right I want shortcut keys for the left. But need more button option.
HOT in heaven!