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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 … Continue reading
I decided to move the blog from Blogger to a self-hosted WordPress. There are several reasons for that: – I’m now paying for a web hosting service for the gimx forum – Blogger is not as customizable as a self-hosted … Continue reading
A user nicknamed “DjDean” proposed me to launch a forum that will help to organize the information about the sixaxis emulator, and I thought it was time to do that. Hopefully this will make the support easier than with a … Continue reading
I started blogging about this project in February 2010. Following chart from google analytics shows the fluctuation of visitors. There were a few peaks: 2 news on hackaday in April/May 2010 in September 2010, due to the psgroove, many people … Continue reading
This is how I discovered the PSGroove hack was released: on 1. September, an unusual amount of internet users looking for “teensy++” visited my blog – about 4 times more visitors than usual.
Thanks a lot to hackaday for the two posts about my diy ps3 controllers (first and second). As you can see in the chart below, it made the number of visitors took off. The peaks correspond to the time the … Continue reading