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Date: December 20th, 2010
Article by: Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Penguin United
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PRODUCT INSTALLATION AND TESTING



Before you can use the Eagle Eye with your PS3, key mappings must be configured. Just plug the adapter into a free USB port on your PC and open up the Eagle Edit program. An image of a PS3 controller will appear.



Clicking inside each white box and pressing the key you want to map to the corresponding button is all it takes to configure the Eagle Eye. The “Advance Calibration” section should be left alone at this point; those adjustments are made while in-game. Once you're ready to save the configuration...



...click on the "send to device" button and you will be prompted to save it to one of two profiles. Profiles can be switched at any time, even while in-game.



In addition to custom key mappings, up to four combos can be configured and saved to the Eagle Eye. Both on-board profiles share the combos you load, so keep that in mind when setting these up.

 

 


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