JVS Client for PC

Discussion in 'Arcade and Supergun' started by Jackalus, Feb 23, 2017.

  1. Jackalus

    Jackalus Robust Member

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    For a while I've been working on a JVS client and now it's pretty much in completion.

    I can:
    - Play games directly on my Lindbergh Universal HD cabinet via PC
    - Play driving games directly on my Outrun 2 (HD Modded) cabinet via PC
    - Play various arcade games directly linking JVS from my PC (Tekken 7 FR, Mario Kart DX)
    - Gun cabinet support will be added when I am done assembling it in my new apartment.

    So basically I can play Emulator (MAME/Demul), PC games, any games that run on PC on my cabs

    Will post progress here and later the program. No more tinkering with ridiculous JVS->USB devices that cost like 100$.

    Parts for this cost approx 10$ if you have COM port in your PC.

    OR2 cab preview with vJoy. (Programmed my own feeder)
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/bhjkfo5g5eqf28x/2017-02-22 16.56.18.mp4?dl=0

    Tomorrow I get full duplex COM sniffer from friend and will start researching the FFB so I can port the windows FFB commands to arcade hardware :D

    Playing Dirt Rally will be awesome compared to PC wheels.
     
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  2. Jackalus

    Jackalus Robust Member

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  3. wombat

    wombat SEGA!

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    Really cool, always like seeing developments like this.
     
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    cyclemat Newly Registered

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    have you news about your project ?
     
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    subbie Guardian of the Forum

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    Just to make sure I have this right. Are you saying you have a JVS IO emulator? If so I would be quite interested in hearing a bit more about it. It's been on my ToDo list of eventually building a JVS emulator that can run on a raspberry Pi Zero. (USB Arcade Stick -> Pi Zero -> Arcade PCB). It would be a great new age for JVS Superguns if so.
     

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