whoisrich wrote:Thanks Aaebel, I had not seen that, cool
v0.2 is now ready to go with many improvements:
- Bluetooth management with permanent sync!
- Actions can be customized.
- Jumping support!
- Better compatibility with official Wii board.
- Made it clearer when actions are not enabled.
Download latest version from:
- If you use the jumping option while standing up and using the rift,
please film and upload to YouTube when you fall over.
- Now with the options, I recommend people try flipping strafe and turn,
as I actually found it quite natural to navigate.
whoisrich wrote:Version 0.4 now available:
For games like HL2 running the default Joystick.cfg should work, for other games that only support the XBox 360 controller, you will need to setup the x360ce program to relay the virtual joystick axis.
dangeROSS wrote:I did download new Bluetooth Stack software - The Toshiba Bluetooth Stack - From here:
wildermuthn wrote:How about attaching a pole and handlebars to the balance board, like a scooter?
KydDynoMyte wrote:wildermuthn wrote:How about attaching a pole and handlebars to the balance board, like a scooter?
wildermuthn wrote:Exactly. Would be nice to be able to lean in any direction, even if you only moved a few inches, rather than just shifting weight on a board. Might give a good sense of movement to counter some of the naseau, too.
I remember the Amazon guy talking about how they were going to redesign cities to suit the Segway. Hilarious. But maybe a VRSegway would work, considering we don't have to spend billions redesigning our country.