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MMos is an implementation of Force feedback system (FFB) based on STM32F4 microcontroller. MMos consists two parts: firmware (runs on hardware) and PC configuration software (runs on Windows). Granite Devices SimuCUBE has been designed to be fully compatible with MMos firmware.

MMos has been developed by racing simulator community member(s). TODO: List credits/authors here (if you know authors, let us know at Granite Devices support).

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MMos firmware and configuration tool may be downloaded from the following Virtual Racing forum thread (thread created by MMos author). Registration to the German language forum is needed to download the files.

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