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Discussion in 'Tutorial Area - By users for users!' started by nofutur, Jul 20, 2016.
I would sell kits for that if I had any clue what it was
It's my PD controller with a laser cut body and some custom electronics/software. Currently version 2 is still WIP (I "promised" too much lol) but maybe when it's done. I don't really have intentions on monetizing it but I also don't want to see the design that I spent a lot of effort on ended up just serving myself.
Even to Ukraine was to problem with post or something at all, like buying from any other internet-store, so to Canada even less doubt that there will be some problems.
From what I heard, you just pay and the package arrives at your door in a few weeks. You don't even need to pay taxes most of the time because their customs don't always check packages sent over the international postal network.
The only problem is that you set your card information, but payment charging later, when Sanwa (seller) calculate the cost of shipping and payment charges from card without any confirmation - that was the most scary moment, but everything was good, without big surprises.
well I caved when I noticed akishop.jp restocked the 200g springs, should be here in a few days im pretty excited!
I did too when I bought them to replace springs in the DIVALLER, couldn't help myself. Just came and replaced yesterday, took only few pics to do some inside look too but my phone died before could take more pics
Woooooow, this looks AMAZING :)))
Playing PD Mega Mix with my MIDI keyboard. Four blacks keys are used for A, B, X, and Y. White keys are the slider using dedicated arcade mode on the Switch. There are only 19 white keys so the slider is chunky. Piano keys are really stiff so sliding is not easy. The midi keyboard is very light so it moves during slides.
The first part is boring so skip to the part with chain slides. After that the tutorial section shows two hand slides are possible even with the short keyboard.
This is just for fun. Piano keys are too hard to use as a slider but it looks funny.
I cannot post pictures or links to twitch so look on twitch.tv for the user nscontroller. The latest video shows the MIDI keyboard play.
Sound really unusually :))) Need to watch this :))
Little offtop, not Project DIVA controller, but other homemade arcade sticks I made, just nowhere and no one else to show :))
And here it is! First full gaming test of SHINSANWASWITCH, DIY-analog of overpriced OBSA-LHSXF-LN switches for chinese buttons :)
Starting it was not without problems, because it needed to fix some little things and it becomes to works PERFECTLY
Also I think that now button is triggering too early, although it is not particularly noticeable, since the button travel length is not that big, but I think that I'll make a little bit smaller, but it's really hard to understand how much smaller it's needed, so I have to change something by eye :)
So, watch the video :)