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Thread: Alternative input devices

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by DodgeCummins
    I don't have a link, but if you are dead set on getting some buttons somewhere to run your computer, then go to an arcade game simulator site (mame is a good keyword) Then look for hardware for adding buttons...all sorts of interesting interfaces, USB, etc.
    Its called the I-PAC. It plugs in the keyboard port and you can hook up different buttons to do different things.

    Heres the link http://www.ultimarc.com/ipac1.html

    Hope this helps.

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelica
    Hi Zulu,

    A better solution might be this,

    http://www.x-keys.com/custom.htm

    Look at the X-Keys matrix board. They have complete documentation. It can also store keystroke or use the supplied macro software.

    Just a suggestion that might help others.

    Angelica
    Hi Angelica,
    great stuff... Definetely a better solution than mine, especially if
    you want to build more than one system.
    Personally I will stick (for now) with the old keyboard matrix because my objective was to spend as little as possible and reuse stuff that would otherwise just take dust.
    However I have another project in mind and that's exactly what I needed.. thanx

    Zulu

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