Loc: Cyberspace Sector USA
Hey guys, I have this device that I had taken apart, and put back together, in this electronics class of mine. It is called the Aura Interactor. What it is: An early force-feedback machine that recieves audio signals, amplifies the signals, and feeds the signals into a backpack-type device with a vibration motor. Here is a picture:
The Interactor, amplifier with vest
My question: If anybody could do a little research for me, could you find for me the pinouts of this 5-pin DIN power connector? I know it uses +/- 12V, but I want to know where to apply the voltages. Perhaps I could try tinkering....
Post edited by: maclover1986, at: 2005/09/20 18:20
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