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Before spending hundreds on TrackIR, you might want to look at FaceTrackNoIR http://facetracknoir.sourceforge.net/home/default.htm which is free and should work with most webcams (I use a PS3 Eye I got for £8) http://facetracknoir.sourceforge.net...ty/webcams.htm or Freetrack, which requires buying some cheap components and building a clip or hat http://www.free-track.net/english/ha...29069e4c7d154f but will undoubtably work better in low-light or at longer distances, such as if you play on your TV from your armchair (I have trouble with FTNoIR in the evenings because I don't have suitable lighting in my room so I'm going to try Freetrack but it works fine for my Dad, as he has better lighting).
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Omg guys I spent my latest days at trying to pilot helis with kb+mouse, but it's definitely a no go for me.
I will try today and see how it works with a X360 ctrl.
Anything I should be aware before using it?
On the other hand that FreeTrack stuff looked great!
Yeah, same for me mate. Some people love it so it's just a case of what suits you I guess.
With using the Xbox360 controller (or any controller/joystick) you might need to tweak the sensitivity settings for it in ArmA but I'm afraid I can't suggest any particular settings as I asked in another thread and never got any advice about this. I can only suggest you try with the defaults and if you feel it might help, then tweak one of the sensitivity settings and see if that's better.
I actually am finding the 360 ctrl fair enough, I only cannot understand how to use (if I can) chaffs/flares with it.
I am very happy with my Logitech 3D Extreme, helicopter and fix-wing flying has never been so easy
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