Thursday, May 11, 2017

Nintendo Classic Advantage Controller #3DThursday #3DPrinting

from Nintendo Classic Advantage Controller #3DThursday #3DPrinting
by Ben

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Live out your retro dreams with this classic controller. Shared by bbtinkerer on Thingiverse:

Case for a DIY Nintendo Advantage style controller for use with the NES Classic Edition (aka the Nintendo Mini).

Source code on GitHub http://ift.tt/2qunV0d.
I have a demo of the controller still on breadboard at https://youtu.be/zpsMyRHSjoE.

This is the case I plan to move the components to. Everything seems to test fit good at the moment.

Used an Atmega328P to emulate a Wii Classic Controller but without the X/Y/L/R buttons and analog sticks. You could use the controller for the Wii but for only 2 button games.

Fits the following components (I’ll get better descriptions soon):
Sanwa JLF Joystick
Small potentiometers
5mm LEDs
Microswitches
small protoboard to hold the Atmega328P
4-40 screws for mounting stuff

Instructions to follow soon.

Download the files and learn more


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