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GIMX stands for Game Input MultipleXer or Game Input MatriX. The purpose of this free software is to control a video game console with a computer (e.g. a PC or a Raspberry Pi). It works with the PS3, the Xbox 360, the PS4 and the Xbox One.
It operates:
¤ over bluetooth: works with GNU/Linux (PS3, PS4) only. A compatible bluetooth dongle is required.
¤ over usb: works with GNU/Linux and Windows (PS3, PS4, 360, XOne). A USB adapter is required.
The application gets data from the peripherals (mice, keyboards and joysticks) and sends controls to the game console over bluetooth or usb. Other controls such as gesture or voice are possible through the use of external software that emulate peripherals.

GIMX donation fund

Official GIMX shop

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GIMX 6.5

This is a release with various fixes and slight enhancements.

More info on the forum: link.

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Official GIMX shop!

As of today the official GIMX shop is open. I’ll be selling GIMX adapters for those wanting to buy good-quality pre-assembled ready-to-use adapters. Click on the image below to go to the product page.

GIMX adapter, Pro Micro side

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GIMX 6.4

This is a release with various fixes and slight enhancements.

More info on the forum: link.

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GIMX 6.3

This is a bug fix release that mostly contains fixes for direct Logitech FFB translation.

More info on the forum: link.

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GIMX 6.2

This is a bug fix release that also contains a tweak to address performance issues on Raspbian.

More info on the forum: link.

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GIMX 6.1

This is a bug fix release.

More info on the forum: link.

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GIMX 6.0

This release has the following improvements:

  • Support for the new Dualshock 4 (VID = 0x054c, PID = 0x09cc).
  • Force feedback improvements for Formula Force, Formula Force GP, and Driving Force Logitech wheels: spring and damper effects are now supported.
  • Force feedback improvements for GT Force, Driving Force, Driving Force Pro emulations (EMUGTFPS2, EMUDFPS2, EMUDFPPS2).
  • Repair tool for Dualshock 4 bluetooth pairing: quick restore of the Dualshock 4 bluetooth pairing.
  • Native Steam Controller support.
  • Force feedback support for non-Logitech wheels: all wheels supporting DirectInput force feedback should be supported on Windows. Sadly on GNU/Linux force feedback support at driver level is very sparse, not to say absent.

Special thanks to:

  • Kekskrümel for donating a Steam Controller and testing the Steam Controller support
  • isamu for making a big donation and testing the force feedback support for non-Logitech wheel

More info on the forum: link.

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