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  • girder and phidget circular touch sensor

    since i dont know the first thing about coding, could i use a phidget circular touch sensor:
    http://www.phidgetsusa.com/cat/viewp...=4100&SKU=1016

    and interface with it using girder?

    Thanks,

    scott
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  • #2
    I am talking with one of the tech guys at phidgetsusa right now about this. There may be a way to do this without having to use girder (functions would map directly to key strokes). I'll post when I hear more.
    Nick - 08 GG Element
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    • #3
      cool! looks like i'll have to hold off on gettng my panel retextured...again :-(
      New System in progress:
      M10k
      Phaze TD1500 ~> Dynaudio MD130
      Phaze TD1500 ~> Seas g18rnx/p
      Zapco Ref 500.1 ~ 12" tc-9
      Behringer DCX2496 ~ Envision Electronics psu
      Transflective Xenarc

      My Car Pc Install
      My Boat Pc worklog

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      • #4
        Well, the folks at PhidgetsUSA are confident that it can work. It just needs a little programming to work with whatever frontend we are using. I'm going to buy a circular and maybe a linear if I decide I like that too and get to learning how to program it. I'm a mech-e so this programming stuff is all new to me.

        I plan on more than volume control for it though so stay tuned.

        One thing I like about the linear is that you can program it so that different sections are "soft" buttons. I think the max is 8. But, that means that you can switch buttons based on whatever feature you were using at the time. I think the circular can be programmed in this way, but it could be hard to determine which one is which if you are trying to hit each octant as a separate button.
        Nick - 08 GG Element
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        • #5
          Still working on this, I haven't forgot about it. Just coming along slow since I don't know any programming (and the devices are backordered).
          Nick - 08 GG Element
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