zozur, post: 7792111, member: 13490 wrote:
I don`t have a PS3 EVO stick, but i almost sure can be too easy to mod, if you take a photo of the inside I can tell you, I install the remora on a Soul Calibur V for PS3, check my video, the audio is in Spanish, but it is easy to follow video.
underwing, post: 7792592, member: 18095 wrote:
So I just ordered a Remora and a set of ArcEye3's for a friend; haven't gotten to play with one of these, and I figured a nice button replacement+sick LED controller would be a good Christmas gift.
That said, the nature of our relationship is I need to make this a prank, as well. My friend, you see, is Blue/Green colorblind; a fact we give him shit about to no end. My plan is to program a fave colorscheme to be awesome looking, while also as unnoticeable as possible. The main challenge becomes install window -- I'm gonna have the parts for a few days ahead of time, but his stick for only a couple hours unsupervised, max, so the colors would optimally be programmed in beforehand. Can I just wire up the buttons and pump +5V into this baby and have it all work standalone? Or is it expecting the pull-up voltages from the main PCB? No big either way, but it'd save me from cracking open my spare stick on my already-crowded workbench.
Also, any ideas on how best to troll him? Which display modes would be best to go "Oh man, press the buttons and see the awesome reaction?", only to have him not even see what everyone else is ooh-ing and ah-ing over? Is there a good reactive mode that keeps the LED intensities relatively even during the color transitions (assuming the transitioning colors are, themselves, evenly-bright)? I've got a fairly good idea of how I can determine the "closest" colors (simulation apps ftw; I know just what his eye deficiency is), so it's more the Remora side of things that I want to make sure I'm ready for.
And yes, in advance: I realize this is an overly elaborate and dickish move. Just remember he's getting a sick LED mod at the end of the day, and trust me when I say that he'll appreciate it (after he's done punching me).
Synchro, post: 7792677, member: 81988 wrote:
im not 100% sure the plan will work out since LEDs are composed of the colors red, blue and green mixed together to look like other colors so maybe he'll see the color setting u put on but might just see red instead of anything else either way its a nice prank kind of mean spirited but it'll be worth it with the mod your giving him lol hope it all works out for ya
Toodles, post: 7540872, member: 2354 wrote:
They're labeled E1 and E2, two through hole points in the lower right of the board. For say the breathing one, I'd recommend E2 to resistor, other leg of resistor to cathode leg of LED, anode leg of LED to ground.
alphakenny, post: 7861123, member: 4669 wrote:
Question: If I have a MC Cthulhu + 360 fightpad + Imp v2 + Remora + Arceye3 x8 set up, would the remora and arceyes work in PS2 mode? If not, would it work with a voltage converter going from MC Cthulhu to Remora?
Restock anytime soon?
Stier, post: 7951637, member: 6029 wrote:
So I'm new to this and I was wondering how to set it up so were it flashes one color on the press and hold of a button
cause right now I have it set up where it flashes multi colors on stand by and button holding
the extra solder spots can power another remora but are limited to a single color
Toodles wrote: »
This will be the official thread for all Remora related happenings.
The Remora is an RGB LED controller. The currently available model is specifically made for Xbox360 model MadCatz FightSticks. It has been successfully tested on V.S. and Pro models of FightSticks, and should work perfectly in all other models as well that use the Xbox360 button distribution board.
Welcome Sheet covering basic usage: http://godlikecontrols.com/download/RemoraWelcome.pdf
More info as it becomes available. :)