Raspberry Pi 4
For information, Recalbox IS NOT compatible with Raspberry Pi 4 yet.
Pour information, Recalbox N'EST PAS encore compatible avec le Raspberry Pi 4.
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Arduino Leonardo Controller run as a "joystick"
I am new and have only recently dealt with the Raspberrypi.
I am very enthusiastic about the RecalboxOS package!
Quickly installed and pretty much all the packages you need are there.
Let's get to my problem.
I would like to emolate the Arduino Leonardo Controller to run as a "joystick" like the "Arcade" machines.
Has anyone there experiences with it?
Would be great if he shared it with me!
Thank you and have a nice day.
I did it. It works well with an Arduino (ATmega32u4, not an ATmega328 / 168).
You can also use a Teensy.
There are many sites to learn how to do this.
I used this lib :
and an Arduino Pro Micro ATmega32U4 5V /16MHz (clone).
My goal is to use RGB leds inside buttons and illuminating this buttons with any colors i want.
Buttons will light just before an emulator is launched.
If this emulator use only 4 buttons, only 4 buttons will be illuminating like neogeo colors buttons.
It works but no time to finish it.
I used addressable RGB led
(WS2812 and/or APA106).
My goal is to use RGB leds inside buttons and illuminating this buttons with any colors i want
No need rgbcommander.
'All' is done by Arduino :
- Joystick 'emulation' (no lag input, can emulate severals joysticks).
- Keyboard 'emulation' (To add some key like 'Esc', 'F1'.... on joystick panel).
- RGB leds driving. (24 bits Addressable LEDs are inside buttons and one in transparent joystick ball)
There is a serial connection between Arduino and Rpi (USB cable).
Arduino tell to Rpi, there is a joystick and a keyboard connected.
Rpi send (python script before launchin emulator) serial commands to Arduino for selecting LEDs colors.
All is working but i need a 3d printer to perfectly integrate my RGB LEDs in buttons...
Can use a ESP8266 for wireless joystick.
THX a lot for your Info!
I will try that out in the next days and I will let you know.
Have a good one!
The illuminated Buttons are great!
If my Project is ready, I will try that as well out!