Monday, September 1, 2014

Kinect2TIR 2.0 Beta Released

A beta version of Kinect2TIR 2.0 is now available for download.

Kinect2TIR is a standalone software application that enables real-time head pose tracking with TrackIR supported PC video games.

Utilizing the Kinect's infrared depth data, Kinect2TIR allows accurate tracking in low-light conditions with no headgear or additional equipment required.

This isn't particularly anything new (older video) and has been sitting on my hard drive for some months.

It is using the now-deprecated KinectSDK v1. (v2 avalable but not backward compatible)

Still, it may be useful for those who could not get the earlier OpenNI version working.

Download Kinect2TIR v2.0b, (Sites Mirror)

Download KinectSDK v1

For some games with encrypted TrackIR compatibility, a small 3rd party utility called TrackIRFixer may be required.

Download TrackIR Fixer

Sunday, August 31, 2014

PCSX2 Wheel Mod Update

Jackun has updated the PCSX2 wheel mod with ability to switch between raw api and DX mode among other updates.

Latest binary from Jackun can be found on GitHub

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Fan Video

Sorry for the lack of updates recently, there just hasn't been a whole lot going on here.

I did spot this neat fan video.

It features usage of the last three Need For Speed Camera Hack tools that were released here all in one big video montage. (NFS:Hot Pursuit 2010, NFS:The Run, NFS:Most Wanted 2012)

See if you can spot the different titles!

Monday, June 9, 2014

Minor Site Updates

Due to Google drive being slow or non-working, I've added an alternate download page with direct links.

Also, I have limited the main page to 5 posts per page to speed up loading.

Friday, January 3, 2014

DIWheel Plugin updated to v1.2

v1.2.1 1/3/2014
 -fixes to calibration bypass

v1.2 1/3/2014
-added diagonal hat button detection
-negative deadzone now possible (fixes games with huge deadzone)
-fixed axis dropdown list
-fixed force stuck ON in some games
-now using correct descriptors
-suspend/resume fixed
-added PS2 calibration bypass (fixes non-center problem)


Note: if you are currently using old version, you should reset filters to defaults by selecting 200* from dropdown list before using, otherwise you may have some issues with steering.