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Name = PSP IR Remote
Authors /Website = PSPet
PSP 1.0 version: ir_sample_02_run10.zip
PSP 1.50 version: ir_sample_02_run150.zip
Source code: ir_sample_02_src.zip
Information = Hardware Required
Homebrew capable Sony PSP (firmware version 1.0 or 1.50)
One or more of the following:
ICybie running stock firmware
ICybie running enhanced walkup charger firmware
Windows Media Center computer with "RC6" remote control
Install the proper version on your Homebrew compatible PSP
Run the program on the PSP
At the start page, select the device you want to control (RoboSapien, ICybie,
Use the PSP as an IR remote control for that device.
The buttons are labelled on the screen with the commands.
Certain buttons (like LTrigger and RTrigger) can act as shift buttons. Hold
those buttons and new options will show up. Keep holding the shift button
and press the regular button.
When pressing a command button, aim the top of the PSP towards the device's
Press HOME to go back to the main screen to change devices
Press HOME again to exit the app
There are two options, normal or reversed. Pick normal if you are facing
in the direction of the robot (your right is the robot's right side). Pick
reversed if you are looking at the robot's face (your right is the robot's
There are several shift buttons giving most of the common actions (but not
all of them)
Hold LTrigger for left arm, RTrigger for right arm. Hold both triggers for
body rocking. Hold the select button for skits.
This is a very boring direct implementation of the standard 12 buttons
+ Large and Small buttons.
A smarter mode aware remote could be written.
Using special codes, certain walk-up-charger behaviors can be tricked.
Media Center Specifics
Only "RC6" compatible remotes will work. Your media center may
or may not work because of the device prefix.
Provides many of the common remote control features. Try out the different
If you want to change the button mappings, or the device specific codes,
see the source code ("FANCY")
NOTE: these are examples of how the PSP can be used for customized "Consumer
IR" remote controls, not limited to SIRCS.
This is not meant as a "universal remote". The technology provided
here can be used to write/port other IR programs.
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