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Tutorial Another simple arduino dashboard with TM1638

Discussion in 'DIY peripherals' started by vthinsel, Sep 22, 2015.

  1. xiatian

    xiatian Member

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    Read your project, I have been able to complete my own TM1638 dashboard, and thank you!
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    Can you please tell me if it is possible to get it working on a ps4... Thank you !
  3. vthinsel

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    as long as the game plugin supports gamedash and PS4 game, it works. I myself use PS4......
    PS4 supported games : project cars, project cars 2, assetto corsa, F1 2016 , F1 2017 and maybe some others
  4. Walt

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    Smoked regulator, interesting. Don't see how as the VUSB does not go through the regulator. Only Vin goes through the regulator using 9 or 12 Volt input. I use the TM1638 on USB power without a problem. Just don't overload the computers USB port, Use a powered hub if any question. Anyways, a cool project.