rtdzign, post: 4835511 wrote:
I'm going to make one of these. The only reason I never bothered with a keyboard stick is that WASD made it too difficult to do Tiger Knee motions and was doing that so much with Dhalsim. This will make for such a portable button box.
reaper2507, post: 4835500 wrote:
if you (the guys how created it) realy search perfektion i would add 2 buttons (one for both thumps!) and not only one !
the case is simple
1. you can mapp both to jump and everything works like your way bevore
2. you can mapp one to BACKWARD and then its possible to BLINK LP/LK flawlessly with it! (SF4 only)
can you please add a 300px matrix for the button layout?
kikimaru024, post: 4835517 wrote:
Now that I think of it, this kinda reminds me of a WASD setup, only using ASD + Space to "jump". :bgrin:
RaveSage, post: 4835520 wrote:
This might be going a bit too extreme but how about using 20mm/18mm buttons for Left, Down, and Right? Give your fingers pretty much no travel time at all.
rtdzign, post: 4835522 wrote:
The 20mm and 18mm sanwa Shinden buttons have a really high resistance, and require a hard press to activate them. Not very fast response time. Any finger travel time gained would be negated by how hard and far in you have to push them in before they activate.
If you put say a Gameboy Adv. SP on top of 3 of the 18/20mm buttons, the springs in the button would hold the portable up and not engage. If you did the same to 24/30mm Sanwas all the buttons would engage.
Lefty, post: 4835512 wrote:
I'd love to see what you come up with RT!
hlcws, post: 4835508 wrote:
Arcade Keyboard Warriors of the World, assemble!
rtdzign, post: 4835527 wrote:
Looking at what xmetal got.
I think I am just going to go the lazy route and just have tek-innovations fabricate a HRAP top panel for my Tekken 5 stick. My T5 I heavily modded with a top loader and db25 port. I have some custom internal harnesses so that panels can be swapped in and out with ease.
I'm thinking I'd most like a mirrored vewlix layout. -2 on the left.
Kisama, post: 4835534 wrote:
we call them "ABC", All-button-Controllers here.
Lefty, post: 4835539 wrote:
I wonder if you could combine button signals to one button. For instance, having one button for down/back.
Proxford, post: 4835541 wrote:
Are you selling these currently? Or will we have to wait for your website to go up first?
Kid Tiger, post: 4835543 wrote:
Would Hit Box sticks be legal at all levels of tournament play?
How easy would it be to mod something like this yourself? Is there soldering involved or is it just a matter of getting 4 extra buttons and wiring them into different places? My question is how messy does something like this look on the inside and is it really that difficult to do?
Missing Person, post: 4835546 wrote:
Only messy if you don't know how to utilize cable management.
Kid Tiger, post: 4835547 wrote:
Would it be possible to gut out a Hit Box with ease and just reinsert it into a Tek Case if Art lets us do custom panel designs for the cases?
Rufus, post: 4835549 wrote:
Historically ABCs are allowed at Evo. They probably allow for doing things that aren't possible with a conventional stick.
You've got to mount the buttons in addition to wiring them. I think you'd be able to make one by replacing the faceplate of a TE with drilled plywood or plexi.
Missing Person, post: 4835550 wrote:
Better off to get the panel made by art.
Raoul Duke, post: 4835552 wrote:
OK. Thats it. I'm making one.
Do you know how slim I can make a case without a joystick!
Damn that sonuvabitch is gonna be slim.
rtdzign, post: 4835555 wrote:
Yeah make it with the PS-15s and bend the metal tabs Solder directly to the switch, you might be able to get something only about an inch thick.
Seimitsu PS-15 30mm Snap-In Buttons