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PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:29 pm 
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Whats up guys~ we said the 15th and its 2:41pm on the 15th here PST, we made it!

http://www.penguinunited.com/info/Eagle%20Eye%20Support%20Page.html

Here you go guys, have fun with it!

We are working on 2 videos on how to do firmware update and how to perform our Advance Calibration. I personally find video instructions much easier to follow then written ones. Those will come on Monday.

Also I like to thank everyone that given us those great feedback and those of you that "motivated" us to pump out this firmware 2.0 in such a short period of time. We really busted our ass to get this out quickly. Let us know what you think! we are really looking forward to the feedback.

We will create a new Firmware 2.0 section on the forum where everyone could share their data file for different games and talk about things related to this in general.



Firmware 2.0 Summary

1) Multiple Mouse Button Support – Supports scroll wheel, tilt, and 2 side buttons. Map the scroll wheel up and down, scroll wheel tilt left and right, and 2 side buttons.

2) Eagle Edit V.2.0 – Improved GUI and layout, Thank you GAZA for contributing this new graphic interface for our Eagle Edit program. The new Eagle Edit V.2.0 will compliment the new Advance Calibration function, allowing you to download the Dead zone/Sensitivity setting you programming during game as a file to be saved and used later, or share with the gaming community.

3) Advance Calibration (mouse deadzone/sensitivity adjustments) – One of the most important improvement for Eagle Eye Firmware V2.1. Allowing you to increase/decrease the X & Y dead zone and sensitivity during game play to find that perfect setting. Save this setting and download it using Eagle Edit V.2.0 for future use and share it with your friends & the Eagle Eye community.

4) Rapid Fire Controller Function – When you plug in your EEC to your PS3, then your regular duel shock ps3 controller to either the mouse/keyboard USB slot on the EEC, you can turn your PS3 controller into a turbo controller.


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