90w ago - Today PlayStation 3 developer PsDev has released a PS3 XMB Theme Emulator homebrew application which allows users to preview and visualize how the XrossMediaBar will appear with a PS3 Theme via PC.
From the ReadMe file: This is an application that will "Emulate" how your XMB will look on your computer before making a theme This application will let you view your XMB and it's icons, backgrounds and colors. This application is meant to help you preview your XMB with making the theme! it will read BMP files and will arrange them so they look just like your XMB.
You will findXMB Two. XMB Two stores files That will make the xmb icons and wallpapper
1- Make some icons with a white background, and or whatever background matches the wallpapper with dimension 64X64 and in the BMP format
2- Make some wallpaper images in the BMP format and with dimension 640x480
3- Rename icons to:
1.bmp - Settings Icon
2.bmp - Photo Icon
3.bmp - Music Icon
4.bmp- Video Icon
5.bmp- Game Icon
6.bmp- Network Icon
Background.bmp - Wallpaper Image
96w ago - Today chrisbdk announced via DemonHades that Spanish PlayStation 3 homebrew developer rpcs3 is working on a PS3 Disassembler / Emulator PC project called RPCS3 with the current source code available below.
To quote: PS3roar is a port of xroar for X windows, as well as; the Nintendo DS, GPX32, PSP and AMIGA OS4. PS3roar is a Dragon 32 and 64 Computer emulator that runs on a wide variety of platforms, now including the PS3. Due to hardware similarities, PS3roar also emulates the Tandy Colour Computer (CoCo) models 1 & 2.
The PS3 port and modifications completed by CrashSerious (me). The PS3 port uses PSL1GHTv2, a free and Open Source SDK for the PS3.
PS3roar is a Dragon/Tandy Coco emulator, is a port of xRoar by Ciaran Anscomb. xRoar is Copyright (C) 2003-2010 Ciaran Anscomb (xroar -aT- 6809.org.uk)
97w ago - A few days back PlayStation 3 developer squarepusher2 announced that the Nintendo Gameboy / GBA Emulator PS3 Port known as VBA PS3 would soon become VBANext, and today subcon959 has made available an unofficial VBANext PKG file for PS3 users to try out while awaiting an official release.