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A Few Questions about Virtual Worlds 
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I have a few questions about the virtual worlds. First I wanted to know if you can use a Ps3 controller or a xbox controller for the program or if their is any way to use the keyboard as a controller? Second I was wondering what is the "right" logitech controller for virtual worlds? I dont need the most expensive or "best" controller. I just want a controller that works in virtual worlds preferably corded because they are cheaper. Any suggestions? I really need a answer soon.

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Wed Feb 08, 2012 8:37 pm
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You can use a Logitech Dual Action controller the same way you can when programming real robots. For some example code, check out the Sample Programs in the "Virtual Worlds\Remote Control" folder.

The controller plugged into my computer right now is a Logitech Dual Action. The label says:
P/N: 863247-0010
M/N: G-UF13A

We also support the Logitech F310.

In the summer we plan to add support for the XBox 360 controller.

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Thanks so much!


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