The other adapter that is confusing a lot of people is only USB 1.0 compliant where it uses a USB converter to CAT5e cable. The link above is a 30 foot USB 2.0 compliant cable.
>To me, the audio quality of RB3 seems better than it's Wii predecessor. Still just analog 2 channel (DPLII ready), but the Wii tracks - even the older DLC I have - sounds a tad less "MP3-ish" than it did in RB2. Could just be my...
Originally Posted by joeblow
There is probably no answer that covers everything seeing that people have such a wide variety of setups when it comes to distance, screen size, etc. Sorry to hear your arrangement isn't working, but...
I'm mixed on the Move. Its really not a good setup for projectors. I wish they didn't use bright orbs and did something IR like the Wii.
Problems occur when you have a bright light that is required conflicting with the camera....
Originally Posted by bgarner
Just broke out the tape measure, and the cable I use is actually 15 feet connected to the PS3 and PS Eye. Also, I use to have it connected to the 60 gig Original PS3, but since that died, I now have...
Originally Posted by confidenceman
AFAIK this is an issue for all three consoles' motion control setups. I don't think your particular situation is common enough for it to matter much (yet) to any of these console manufacturers....
Originally Posted by Mounta1n
You can just run a really long HDMI cable to the PS3, and put the PS3 up near the front of the room where the camera would need to be. Problem solved.
No it wouldnt be. Thanks for the suggestion.
Originally Posted by gooki
Or you just won't get head tracking in a dark room, which isn't the end of the world.
If this is all the Eye is providing, then thats fine. Like I said, Im wondering if its optional.