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Add a little two analog axis thumb joystick to your existing joystick.
Looks stupid but works like a charm! i just removed the mouse nipple completly (didnt realy work anyway) and replaced it with an psp joystick. Thx a ton for the tutorial!
Androino! Control an Arduino from your Android device using a cheap bluetooth module.
Well, I got it working by switching to 1.0.5-r2. :)Now I just need to calibrate it properly - I'm getting the looping that other commenters have reported.
Thank you for the tutorial - it's inspired me to try this out. I read that this won't work on the 1.6.9 IDE. Would anyone be able to point me in the direction of a tutorial that works on that version, or point out the changes necessary to get it working? I'd like to learn from looking at a working example and build up my knowledge from there. Thanks again.
All works fine! Though this puzzles me, Everytime I restart my computer I need to upload the sketch again. (and then calibrate) Is that just the way these things go? Or is it some win 10 thing?
Made It!So cool, now i have some spare buttons i can use.
I see you are using connectors for the wires, can you advise me on what connectors to use, or if there are headers for this board?
I am a little confused, what is the best USB power supply for that the Sparkfun Pro Micro?
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