Homemade USB gamepad (NeoPlay)
bastian.muck at gmx.de
Sat Dec 12 14:45:35 CET 2009
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Laszlo KREKACS schrieb:
> On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 6:00 PM, Bastian Muck <bastian.muck at gmx.de> wrote:
>>> Here is a picture to get an idea about printing quality (I printed an
>>> iphone docking
>>> station for my friend):
>>> Btw I also plan to design a docking station. Anyone interested to
>> With which software do you design the dockingstation? I have some
>> experience with blender. If you use it, I could help.
> I didnt modelled the iphone docking station. If I would model a docking
> then it would be definietly an openmoko one, not an iphone one.
> I just printed the model out.
> Still you can help modelling a docking station. I have something in
> the "mouth" of the docking station would be at least two times bigger
> phone periphery, and would have a form of a cone.
> So I could basically just throw the phone into, and it would
> automagically plug itself in.
I guess that this is very hard to achieve, because the dockingstation
then has to be designed and printed very exactly.
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