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IR Pens / Re: My IR pens & spray can
« on: July 17, 2009, 08:12:33 PM »
Katkind,
I know this is a bit late, but I haven't been to these boards in about a year.  The version of Sounding Keyboard and Mouse that I have does loop the sound.  Maybe you have an older version?  On the version that I have, there is an option to "keep on playing wav till key up."  With this checked, once you click the mouse button, it starts playing the wav file, and once you release the mouse button, it stops playing.  Sounds perfect to me.

The only issue with it is that a registered version costs $30, but since you mentioned this program in your post, I guess you are already familiar with that.


lucyolsen

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IR Pens / Re: Bounty: IR-glasses for head tracking
« on: September 27, 2008, 05:16:39 PM »
HyperTMG makes a set for $20. They also have a stand and mount for the wiimote for $5, and a couple other things you might find useful.

http://hypertmg.com/Products/tabid/74/List/0/CategoryID/0/Level/a/Default.aspx?SortField=ProductName,ProductName


lucyolsen

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IR Pens / Pre-made Wiimote stand & mount available (inexpensive)
« on: September 08, 2008, 02:49:24 PM »
Hi, I guess this isn't the best place for this, since it is not strictly an IR pen, but nobody is really going to be looking at the forums for Other hardware, and most people who need pens also need stands for the wiimote.

This site has a stand and mount that was made specifically for the wiimote, and it is pretty cheap (only $3.99).  They also have bluetooth adapter that works with the wiimote, wireless sensor bar, wiimote gun, and IR head tracker for desktop VR.

Someone asked on the forums (pretty much the only product question there), and it says that they have eventual plans to build IR pens, and if the pricing for those is in-line with the rest of the things on the site, it will be very affordable (and designed specifically for whiteboard applications).

http://www.hypertmg.com


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Are you still using the Radioshack LED, or something more powerful?  Can you post the specs of the LED?

thanks,
lucyolsen

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