My son and I decided to update the Cigar Box Controller using some boxes from harbor freight. First thing was the artwork. Not my job… Probably why it came out so nice… Starting with a 1/8 drill bit then moving
My local library had a bunch of Cigar Boxes left over from a crafternoon. I had this idea for the next gamer night. Make some USB joysticks…. I used some clear joysticks with color changing LED’s A VUSB Atmega proto
That worked well so I got this R1 Motorcycle dash on Letgo and made a similar setup that should go nice with a logitech wheel…. Some Arcade pedals since the Aveo was an auto and I want a manual sim….
A quick test with static numbers Produces nice clean waves. Which almost hit the mark…. Just a little bit high but hats easy to fix…. The mileage is going up!
At one of our Albert Wisner Public Library Makers Meetings Roberto brought these great flight sim consoles. I was obsessed with building something like this for a racing simulator likeDirt Rally or LFS. So when my sons Chevy