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    Hi!

    Ive been running my laptop-based CarPC with in-dash touchscreen for about a year now. Lately I have come up with an idea that I want a steering wheel remote control. I found this http://www.pioneer.eu/eur/products/2...110/specs.html and now Im wondering if it is anyhow possible to get this work with my Centrafuse? Or have you got any ideas how to get wireless steering wheel remote control to my CarPC?

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    You can get an IR receiver and use something like Girder or Event ghost to go from IR to keystrokes..
    Current Vehicle: 2007 Dodge Nitro

    Second Vehicle: Sold it :( 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab

    First Vehicle: 2003 Ford Ranger

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    • #3
      Originally posted by tiaipe View Post
      Hi!

      Ive been running my laptop-based CarPC with in-dash touchscreen for about a year now. Lately I have come up with an idea that I want a steering wheel remote control. I found this http://www.pioneer.eu/eur/products/2...110/specs.html and now Im wondering if it is anyhow possible to get this work with my Centrafuse? Or have you got any ideas how to get wireless steering wheel remote control to my CarPC?

      Pioneer CD-SR110 is a Bluetooth Car Stereo Remote Control. You can try VECTIR for your laptop.

      " Vectir is a PC remote control application that lets you control popular media or MP3 players such as Winamp, iTunes and Windows Media Player with a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone or infrared (IR) remote control. Vectir can also control other features of your operating system such as moving the mouse pointer, adjusting the master sound volume and shutting down your computer.

      Vectir lets you load playlists, skip tracks or crank up the volume of your MP3 media player without having to be located at your computer. You may also setup a home theatre PC and use Vectir to watch movies from the comfort of your lounge suite or wherever you like.

      To use Vectir, you will require a compatible hardware device such as a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone or a USB-UIRT or Tira-2 infrared receiver.

      Vectir 2.0 beta is now available!
      More information and downloads are available on the Vectir 2.0 support page.

      * Free to download and use
      * PC remote control
      * Winamp support
      * iTunes support
      * Windows Media Player support
      * Bluetooth mobile phone compatible
      * USB-UIRT hardware compatible
      * Tira-2 hardware compatible"


      You can find detailed information from here: www.vectir.com

      It is free to download and use.

      Regards,
      emintolga

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      • #4
        are you sure vectir can be used with BT remotes??
        i downloaded it and i am prety sure it only suports mobile devices such as phones etc.. which you can select a com port

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        • #5
          Bumping this up since I have been searching around, and am also curious about using a ready made remote. either this on (BT) or the older model.

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