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simulating ps3 controller for timed button input sequences
simulating ps3 controller for timed button input sequences –
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I've been wanting to make something that will be accepted as a controller by the PS3, and let me write timed button input sequences for. This to for example to do somewhat complicated AFK grinds that requires more than just a a rapid fire function. It's also awesome for games like guitar hero, but I suppose it's not going to be exactly the same type of controller for the guitar. Also games where no luck is involved, you could potentially write a code that beats the game for you perfectly for then to be able to share it with others later. Could potentially write something for mics too, because those games just expects some tones, and not real lyrics etc. Could have been awesome with Move controller simulated as well.
I've been programming for many years, mostly C, Java and PHP. So I could probably be doing much of the programming myself, I just need a pointer in the correct direction. Anyone else been trying to do this before?
I've been looking at various options. The most wanted would be connecting the PS3 to a PC with a blue tooth connection. I'm of course not sure if that is possible, and the first thing I actually thought about was a dev board connected to the PS3 pretending to be a controller. I also thought about contacting companies that already creates controller with rapid fire functions etc and suggest they create some controller like I want, no responds though. I don't give up that easily, so I tried looking for others who has done similar dev board controllers, and I got lucky and found this...
code . google .com/p/unojoy/
Now I'm wondering if this can do what I want to or not. I've only used Arduino a couple of times before, so not too experienced with it. Would I need something else than just a normal Arduino Uno board?
I also want it to work on PS3s running on the official firmware!
This sounds ineresting. I would have use for such software to convert my universal remote signals to gamepad button presses.