This is the first version of a MEX-file that enables you reading XY-positions of a USB force feedback joystick and applying constant forces on it.
It was created using Direct Input in DirectX 8.1 and Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0. I tested it on Microsoft SideWinder Force Feedback 2 joystick using MATLAB R13 and MS Windows XP.
Anas Fattouh (2021). Force Feedback Joystick (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/4629-force-feedback-joystick), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
I tried to use this dll file in Simulink, but it causes the crash of Matlab. Maybe the dll file is not compatible with windows 7 ?
Does anyone have an idea of the issue ?
I have used the Force Feedback Joystick file for logging and powering a Thrustmaster T500 RS steering wheel in Matlab Simulink. This works very well. I would, however, like to make some small changes to the s-function, as the functionality of the steering wheel can be improved if some changes are applied. Does anyone have the s-function to change this?
the simulink-model work perfectly with my force 3D pro joystick, thanks for that!
does anyone know how i can get information about buttons pressed on the joystick into matlab/simulink?
any help would be appreciated!
I am working on a project and I need to read the force feedback infos of the steering wheel ( logitech momo force). More precisely, I want to monitor the force feedback effect to determine when the feedback is increased and decreased.
Anyone knows a way to get this done?
Great work on the force feedback control!
I am currently trying to make a .dll file using Microsoft Visual C++ and DirectX to control the force feedback to my "Logitech force 3D USB Pro" joystick. I want to access/control the functions via National Instruments' Labview and have the force feedback effect.
I have gone through the examples (FFconst_2008.proj) and am able to make an Win Application (.exe) but am finding it difficult to make a .dll.
Could you give me some hints or a sample VC++ program to create a .dll to control force feedback? Any help in this regard would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance!
It is excellent used in Simulink. But how can it be used to M-files? How can it read data from joystick and send force feedback to joystick? it I want to use joystick with XPC, and what should I do? How much for it?
It is excellent used in Simulink. But how can it be used to M-files? e.g. read data from joystick and send force feedback to joystick?
Worked right out of the box with DirectX9.0 and Matlab 7.0 R13 and a Logitech Wingman Rumblepad.
Excellent use of force feedback within Simulink!
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