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  1. Hi, Did you ever think that the Atari joystick can be a wireless one ? This video is demo of a project that transforms and original Atari joystick to wireless Joystick The joystick signals are captured using an Adafruit 433 Arduino , with a lipo battery and On/Off switch. The Arduino transmit radio signal for each position of the joystick and for the button as well Another 433 Arduino "listens" to the radio signals , and transfer it a another Arduino micro that simulates signals of a joystick, connected to a raspberry Pi with an Atari emulator This cool and functionality gives us a smooth and fun and modern experience using an original joystick You can watch the video in this link : https://youtu.be/5quNEPNrHyw Enjoy Eran
  2. Hi, Did you ever think that the Atari joystick can be a wireless one ? This video is demo of a project that transforms and original Atari joystick to wireless Joystick The joystick signals are captured using an Adafruit 433 Arduino , with a lipo battery and On/Off switch. The Arduino transmit radio signal for each position of the joystick and for the button as well Another 433 Arduino "listens" to the radio signals , and transfer it a another Arduino micro that simulates signals of a joystick, connected to a raspberry Pi with an Atari emulator This cool and functionality gives us a smooth and fun and modern experience using an original joystick You can watch the video in this link : https://youtu.be/5quNEPNrHyw Enjoy Eran
  3. Hi, I would like to share with you my project of fixing a non working Atari 2600 with a new interesting direction. I brought this Atari 2600 back to life within an Arduino and a Raspberry PI connected to the original board It is based of capturing and replacing the electric signals of the Atari 2600 buttons and Joystick through the Atari board to an Arduino micro, and then the signals are activated by the Raspberry PI and Atari emulator I kept all the changes encapsulated in the original Atari 2600 in order to maintain the external functionality of the buttons and joysticks. Watch the video here : https://youtu.be/EgE_EKp0-gA Cool !! You are most welcome to share it Eran
  4. Hi, I would like to share with you my project of fixing a non working Atari 2600 with a new interesting direction. I brought this Atari 2600 back to life within an Arduino and a Raspberry PI connected to the original board It is based of capturing and replacing the electric signals of the Atari 2600 buttons and Joystick through the Atari board to an Arduino micro, and then the signals are activated by the Raspberry PI and Atari emulator I kept all the changes encapsulated in the original Atari 2600 in order to maintain the external functionality of the buttons and joysticks. Watch the video here : https://youtu.be/EgE_EKp0-gA Cool !! You are most welcome to share it Eran
  5. Hi, I would like to share with you an Amazing Atari project. You can play the Atari games using your hands as motion controls . No joystick needed. I converted the hand poses to electric signals “running” through the Atari ports, so your hands control the game. Pretty amazing . This project is based on a Computer vision and Python coding , running on a Raspberry PI device with a camera. you are most welcome to share it . If you have more questions , you can ask me or leave a comment to the video The link for the project video : https://youtu.be/vJO6nMwUBXw Eran Feit
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