pc/tablet output

Where should WOW! head with this? No guarantees they'll listen, but lets do some brainstorming.

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pc/tablet output

Postby Loki69 » Thu Jul 17, 2014 12:24 pm

have driving times and win lose scores etc output to a tablet or laptop so that some sort of tournament can be run or competition style events

something like this for the slot car arena


or this

http://www.scalextric.com/scalextric-di ... rbase.html
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Re: pc/tablet output

Postby dvs-626 » Thu Jul 17, 2014 4:13 pm

Hi Loki69
Great ideas you have put forward.

I was thinking about the idea of the extra cars the other night, im not sure how it would be possible from a racing point of view. What I mean by this is the hazards during the race. How do you send a hazard to an opponent that isn't numbered on the controller? Do we all buy new controllers that have 8 buttons, or can Real FX think of an idea to utilise the same controller to send hazards to opponents 5,6,7 and 8. Maybe double tap 1 to hit opponent 5, double tap 2 to hit opponent 6 and so on...just something to think about. Actually it would be nice if this suggestion had its own topic, ill let you create it since you asked about it first. :)
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Re: pc/tablet output

Postby schoey » Thu Jul 17, 2014 4:48 pm

Extra cars shouldn't raise any issues with frequencies, a quick read of this - http://www.rcmodelreviews.com/spreadspectrum01.shtml will help for those new to R/C. In summary 2.4ghz is spread spectrum and just about unlimited, unlike the 'old' R/C stuff which was narrow band which meant limited numbers.

LOVE the tablet idea, it would be great to have a tablet sitting in a dock working as an electronic scoreboard of sorts.
Can't wait for my Pro Racing Set Ultimate + Pro-Racing Track Upgrade...

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