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Hey guys, I am new to this forum but I've been following inside sim racing for a while now on YouTube. I have recently come up with an idea for head tracking on Xbox (maybe PS4). I have attached a video of a prototype. There is still a lot of work to do and this is not the final idea but this test seems promising. I plan to release an open source version using this servo method for the community to work with and also a production version using an alternative wireless method without using a servo. Would you all be interested in something like this? What do you all think of the idea? Head Tracking For Xbox one YouTube
Hey, I'm new here and had a "great" idea awhile back and was wondering if it was possible. Instead of buying a $50 adapter to be able to use a real wheel and do whole bunch of weird wiring and having to drill hole for an e-brake (this is for an e-brake mod/paddle shifter delete/rally car wheel whatever on console) could you re-route the plug for the steering wheel out the back of the base and make a button box instead of having all of the buttons on the steering wheel?
abss posted a topic in Sim Gear - Buy and SellHello I sell one SNC5 150 mm stroke . this is currently used for traction loss. I want a stronger motor to suit my needs. 450 usd or oboi am also selling one SNC 100 mm stroke this one was also used in the past for traction loss. I got it second hand from mirai (toronto). works fine but at tht time wanted a longer stoke. 375 usd oboI have a SNC 5 50 mm stroke. this one has a stight damage in the thread. but the rod end still can be intalled half way which is fine. i bought this one for GSeat project. (just fyi, the Gseat project is still on for me but with only 2 rmanining motor just for the back side)I ask 260 usd obo(i am in Canada, photos coming soon)