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There are tutorials out there for using an NES controller with an Arduino, but using the more complicated N64 controller and its analog joystick has a...
The first thing you need to do is connect your Arduino to the controller The controller only uses three leads: +3.3V, signal, and ground. Looking dire...
This code was written by me, with parts of the N64_Arduino file based on assembly code written by Andrew Brown. ZIP Archives: The two Zip files below...
Before you can use the controller, the Arduino needs to be connected and running the code you downloaded in the last step, and Processing 1.0 needs to...
The N64 Protocol The bits sent to and from the N64 controller on the one wire interface are encoded in 4 µs wide pulses. A '0' is 3 µs low and 1 µs hi...
Andrew Brown's project to create a gamecube to N64 adapter with the Arduino was invaluable while coding for this project: http://www.cs.duke.edu/~brow...
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