Yes, I do understand what a project box is.
The main thing is to be able to use my 360 sticks and fightpad on a ps3.
If this will definitely add a bunch of lag I obviously wouldn’t want to do it. With both PS3 and 360 using USB2 protocols I thought that any lag would be minimal. I also plan on using gold male to female usb2 for it.
Last but not least, I am very likely to use a working fightstick as the “project box” so to speak, and just have a female port on it’s housing (ala the daisy chaining 3DO controllers of yester-year) I understand if I did it that way, I will probably need a on/off switch for the controller or passthrough modes. I really didn’t want to get this mixed up into the discussion though.
I also do NOT want to try to dual-mod my fightpad, or my usb saturn controller. The usb saturn controller would be the only thing going from standard usb to 360, if I were to do this project. Everything else would be going the other way. This would also allow my friends to use their homemade 360 sticks on PS3 or vise versa without dual modding them.
I mainly just want to know if it is possible to use the Datel arcade pro PCB in this way. I have 3 completely different 360 fightsticks, that all have their best uses, and would like to be able to use them with PS3 as well… preferably without dual modding them each individually.
Sorry if this is a bit hard to understand, but it really doesn’t seem like anyone has ever done something like it before (maybe because it couldn’t work.)