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by RadioBozo
March 30 2009, 7:24 AM
Forum: Spaceware Software
Topic: The ultimate orb solution, at last.
Replies: 224
Views: 124206

Re: The ultimate orb solution, at last.

I think what he did is, 512 being the center, anything below 255 becomes the minus direction (512 - 256), and anything above 768 (512 + 256) is the plus direction. Anything between 256 to 767 becomes the "null region".



Rob
by RadioBozo
March 26 2009, 12:31 PM
Forum: Spaceware Software
Topic: The ultimate orb solution, at last.
Replies: 224
Views: 124206

Re: The ultimate orb solution, at last.

re: 16 bit resolution from the spaceball devices - I found that out later when I read the document http://lists.unc.edu/read/attachment/1682004/5/a4_public.1.20.doc in part 4.2.2., among other locations. Strangely, All of the web pages I have searched for say the resolution/sensitivity says 1024 lev...
by RadioBozo
March 16 2009, 13:45 PM
Forum: Spaceware Software
Topic: The ultimate orb solution, at last.
Replies: 224
Views: 124206

Re: The ultimate orb solution, at last.

every piece of info I have found so far tells me all of these are 10 bit resolution. I did find schematics of sorts for the Spaceorb 360 and Magellan, and a few others as well, by doing a patent search. I took one of my 360's apart, the ball part quit working. I have the color code for the ball sens...
by RadioBozo
January 20 2009, 21:57 PM
Forum: Spaceware Software
Topic: The ultimate orb solution, at last.
Replies: 224
Views: 124206

Re: The ultimate orb solution, at last.

ok, quick question, has anyone thought about using the analog inputs of the ATmel uController to read the optical sensors directly, and output a SpaceOrb360 compatible data stream, or a HID stream, up the USB port, bypassing the original transistors/chips on the original board? Without doing the ser...

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