How do is use Simulink with G29 Logitech Wheel to get input ?

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Hi Guys,
I hope everyone is doing well. I've just got the G29 wheel along with the gear shifter and evolution Playseat. I also got the new Project Cars 2 game as I'm working on a project to get driving inputs (Wheel angle, pedal position, acceleration) from the simulation. I just want to know if there is anyone who succeeded extraction inputs using Simulink and how that could be done.
Thank you.

Accepted Answer

Diego Kuratli
Diego Kuratli on 10 Jun 2022
For desktop simulation, you can use this block from Simulink 3D Animation:
For Simulink Real-Time and Speedgoat hardware, there is a dedicated block for Logitech G29:
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奕斐 王
奕斐 王 on 29 Dec 2022
Hello, I used speedgoat baseline(kernel matlab 2020a) as a real-time target machine and the dedicated G29 simulink block, but I still can't receive logitech G29 signals when I run the model(STATUS=-1), I would like to know what the possible reasons and solutions are?
I look forward to your reply.

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Were you able to solve it?

Mauro Fusco
Mauro Fusco on 17 May 2019
it seems that you need Simulink Real-Time, which provides the following block to read inputs from Logitech G29 Steering-Wheel:
have you already tried? Is there any challenge?
Stefanie Schwarz
Stefanie Schwarz on 4 May 2023
@kaci If you don't have a Speedgoat real-time target and want to connect the G29 to your Desktop PC, you can try the "Joystick Input" block from Simulink 3D Animation toolbox:

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Sheshu Marshetty
Sheshu Marshetty on 8 Jun 2022
Hello Everyone !
Is anyone found the solution for this?

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