GIMX without pc or Pi ?

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Gadgeroonie
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GIMX without pc or Pi ?

Post by Gadgeroonie » Sun Feb 05, 2017 5:37 pm

Hi Guys,

i am about to buy a solution to let me run the older style Logitech Steering Wheel GT and G25 on the Ps4


i like the idea of the GIMX and that I can build it myself

however it appears it will only run with a PC or Pi as the interface between the 2 ends of the usb cables

is this correct ?

is it possible to program an Arduino to to the translation of the codes so no exernal pc / Pi is required ?

is there a later version of the GIMX in development that would be more like the Titan ?

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Re: GIMX without pc or Pi ?

Post by Matlo » Mon Feb 06, 2017 1:28 pm

Hi,
Your assumption is correct, and no, there won't be anything without a computer.
GIMX leverages the existing input device drivers of the operating system.
It would be a huge amount of work to support as many input devices as GNU/Linux and Windows do.
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Re: GIMX without pc or Pi ?

Post by Gadgeroonie » Sat Feb 18, 2017 10:14 pm

Hi Matlo

i just bought one of your adaptors from the online shop :)

hope to be using it soon

Regards

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