Big thanks and tip of the hat to Gord, the mods, and each and every member who made this a lovely pinball oasis over the years... We had some good times here for sure. Sad to see it go, but times have changed, and although message boards in general have gone the way of fhe dodo, I'd like to...
That's fantastic news, man! I'm so happy to hear you've stumbled upon a couple pin gold mines. Sounds like you're having a blast, and the fact that you still have the skills is icing on the cake. I guess all the digital practice paid off! :cool:
Ars Technica review:
They recently reviewed 1Up as well, so they are compared and contrasted as well.
It seems to be more of a gamma adjustment of sorts since it doesn't change the brightness of your monitor's backlight, but it is helpful if you have no way to adjust the monitor itself, and could also help to further dial things in to you liking, so thanks for letting us know...
Hmm, I'll be using a desktop. Gaming monitors have their own hardware brightness controls. AFAIK, only laptops allow you to adjust brightness in Windows because of the embedded screen, but that also doesn't apply to an external monitor from what I remember at least.
Hey thanks! That definitely makes it quite convincing when you lay it out like that.
I'm mostly interested in hooking up my own PC for FX3, although I do dig the Magic Pixel stuff and playing with haptic would be lovely.
Any of you guys tried the VIBS board? Or is OTG enough for you?
Thanks for the feedback, fellas. I've been a bit out of the loop lately on digital pinball, so I really appreciate it. I kind of wish the HDMI/USB plugs were on the side or something so you could hide the cables a bit easier. However, it's really nice that they have those ports on the stock...