To quote, roughly translated: Waninkoko has been working on developing PS3mlib, a high level library that provides application programming for PS3, including all types of basic features for video, audio, controls, camera, events, etc. This library will be released under GPL in a few days.
To demonstrate some of the functions supported by this library, he has created the application "TKC Demo 01", a technical demo for PS3 developed with the legal SDK "PSL1GHT."
This demo utilizes simple graphics drawing, playing sound files (using a SPU) and has support for the Playstation Eye (Eyetoy does not work yet.) You can interact with the application through the controller pad:
Up / Down: Increase / Decrease vertical speed TKC logo.
Left / Right: Increase / Decrease speed TKC horizontal logo.
START: Exit the application.
Finally, below is a picture and video courtesy of PSGroove.
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I never tried the joystick, just assumed it wouldn't work. Been using it for a while now and it would be nice to remap the buttons. For instance my right button is the fire and the left button does nothing. With being right handed it would be nice for the left button to work. Another great release, one of the best emulators I've ever used.
Question for you adgloride... Did you actually try using a USB joystick? My Speedlink Competition Pro just arrived in the mail, and what do you know.. It works just fine out of the box. I expect any other HID device would do the same, though I'm thinking it might be nice to be able to remap the buttons.
However, I've just discovered some minor key-mapping problems when multiple controllers are active (groan). Most notably, this will affect "warp-mode" key mapping. To be fixed next release.
C64 - nice. Hope there will come an all-in-one package with every emulator in one file ! Nes, Snes, C64, C16, NDS, etc. in one program which can handle everything. Maybe this is an good idea for an Dev which needs something to do.