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View the latest post Test Arduino's with Xsim !!

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NEW !! TEST DASHBOARD WITH OBD2 FEATURE AND XPID SW ON ARDUINO'S



I'm glad to present a test with the next Extractor release v3.
The goal is to show that Dashboard on Arduino Nano with obd2 feature and Xpid SW with Arduino Uno work both on Xsim great !!

Enjoy watching the video ! :D - The new release will come soon !!


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- arduino Xpid SW
- arduino dashboard

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  • Did you know?
  • There is a big slider panel in the extractor as a test plugin to simulate input values without a game is running. With this panel you can simulate all the input values that are normally sended by a game. A auto movement option will move the sliders slowly or fast from the maximum to the minimum value. Use this sawtooth wave and control your simulator to its maximum positions. With this slider you can for example test the feedback delay, the difference between input values and simulator position in time. You can enable this panel if you open the motion driver and select the plugin driver. There you can enable in the middle box the test panel. It will popup if you have selected it in the list (left round selection).


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