I have little to no knowledge on any of this, so how would i go about doing this?m4879119 wrote:/dev/uinput is a way to emulate Input device
with open\ioctl\write\close you can emulate a mouse \ keyboard \joystick or any kind of input device
hmm but I thought the Pi had a 700mhz processor that could overclock to 1ghz?malakai wrote:I think this would be a deal breaker all by itself.
The Pi equates to about a 300MHz processor on a PCComputer/Processor: 733 megahertz (MHz) processor.
well that doesn't make sense. How would the pi be faster then a raddon or a gtx?jamesh wrote:In all likelihood, any graphics card you would be able to attach, probably won't be as fast as the one built in anyway.