Sony Puppy fingerprint reader with "hi" object

Apr 7, 2006 at 4:53am

Sony Puppy fingerprint reader with "hi" object

Has anyone tries the Sony Puppy fingerprint reader with Max yet?

Im very interested to try it out, but Im wondering if anyone has mapped
thing out or not.

or if it even works with the hi object, though I would assume it would….

Thanks,
Computo

#25276
Apr 8, 2006 at 5:50pm

Anyone?

I can get one really cheap, I just dont want to do something dumb, like installing the security software and never be able to use my computer properly again.

I have NO interest in the security features of this device, I want to take the input fingerprint info and reassign the incoming data to effect my music someway or another.

Im very interested in the possibilities, just dont want to waste money, or shut myself out from my computer.

Thanks,
Joe

#74262
Apr 10, 2006 at 5:21pm

Hi Joe,

If I had to guess whether or not it would work with the hi object, I’d
probably guess not.

Ben

#74263
Apr 10, 2006 at 5:39pm

i said this already to someone today – you should try steim’s junction
(google it)


robin

#74264
Apr 10, 2006 at 5:42pm

why not?

care to elaborate on what drew you to this conclusion?

its a USB device, why wouldnt it be recognized? my PS2 controller is
recognized, and its going through some cheesy converter.

Computo

#74265
Apr 10, 2006 at 5:56pm

usb pointing devices (i’m guessing a controller is one of them) transmit
different types of messages. i doubt, although i’m not sure, that the Puppy
would transmit the same. my Griffin powermate doesn’t either – bit of a pain
really.

#74266

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