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deroad’s university project coded for Linux comes to life on the PS3 and it’s all controllable from your controller. PS Seismograph is a homebrew written to mimic the purpose of a seismographer. Since a seismographer needs shaking to record and in a format that the PS3 can understand, you’ll be shaking your controller to deliver some input. PS Seismograph takes advantage of the full axis of the first controller and records it on screen. Version 0.2.0 only features one change but it is a big one.
Instead of being restricted to using this on a 1080i or 1080p capable TV, you’re now able to use this on any TV regardless of resolution. If you’re stuck with a standard definition TV or have one that can’t quite output as much as 1080i or 1080p, now you’re able to join the fun and kill some boredom with PS Seismograph.
You can download it below.
Download: PS Seismograph 0.2.0