- Apr 29, 2018
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All gone now, thanks everyone!
Aww, came late to the party Watching this thread should more boards get madeAll gone now, thanks everyone!
The project supports any Linux input device, so as long as you can set these up on Linux then they’ll work fine.Don’t know if this has been asked before bur, is it possible to add Sinden or Guncon3 support to this project?
Perfect, will see if i can work something out when i get my hat. I know Sinden has raspberry pi drivers and there are some linux gcon3 drivers floating around but i think they are not fully functional.The project supports any Linux input device, so as long as you can set these up on Linux then they’ll work fine.
Well dang. Hard to do a single batch on my end. Perhaps someone else will setup a run of parts ordering if nothing else.Last 3 OpenJVS hats remaining at https://openjvs.dilley.uk if anyone wants one. It's unlikely we'll do another batch for quite a while!
Just tested Guncon3 support (At least for 1 player) and it worked great. Full run of HOTD2 on Naomi and had no problems. I used drivers form:
And the next Device Map which I think can be improved:
I'm giving up on trying the Sinden gun at the moment as I don't have an OSSC to generate the border and the games look better without borders anyway.
The HAT is the best companion to the WiPiNetbooter.
Awesome job @elrod.
@mathewbeall If the GunCon3 works I bet the GunCon2 works as well, that one is a CRT gun. Cheap enough to give it a try.
GunCon2 relies on a composite video signal overlay. However, people have gotten them working over component. Not sure what hoops you would need to jump through to use RGB. Although I guess it's just pulling sync, so you may be able to run the composite connection to the GunCon2 to the c-sync signal.
How are you handling the sense line ?