Thanks Q! As I've said before, I learned that hard way that what you do isn't easy, so getting a thumbs up from you is something I'll put on my resume! Let me get through the holiday tomorrow and I'll be playing Duke and Quake with you guys! @ NoeL
If that is in fact the Android answer to the true Analog problem then I congratulate them for cracking that nut. I'd also like to congratulate them for creating a solution that has the unwieldy finesse of a Sasquatch with a prosthetic leg!!! Look at that thing, It's hideous!!!
I watched the video and some things made me cringe right away:
- @ 1:10 he has trouble centering the nub overlay and never gets it right
- @ 2:53 he has trouble getting Mario to run in a straight line (probably because the nub overlay was not centered)
- @ 3:05 he has a noticeable lag in his control inputs and what you see on the screen
I stand by my statements in the video "quality means a lot to me and I'm sure there's others like me" the solution in that video is the complete opposite of quality. I'd never buy a car if the dealer told me "this is a great car, the suspension and steering is spot-on! It competes with the best... er... so long as you realign the steering wheel each time before you drive, if you don't get it just right, the handling turns to crap, you veer off the road and die. But cha see, that's the beauty of it, it takes skill, it's a real driver's car!"