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  1. Not my video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zd3GD2NO3dI I searched the forums and couldn't find anything. I must be getting senile in my old age - I couldn't for the life of me figure out how to pair the joysticks to the FB9 Gold via Bluetooth until I found the video. The Bluetooth pairing insert in the package was barely readable and confusing. (Off-topic) At least they included an HDMI cable in the box. Edit: Apologies to Bill Loguidice for the negative comment regarding AtGames. It was not meant to offend (admittedly it was not in good taste) but to comment on how the clarity of the instructions could have been improved. I have removed the offending remark.
  2. Hi All, SIO2BT project consist of hardware and software related to the wireless Bluetooth communication between the 8-bit Atari computers and emulated SIO devices. The Android SIO2BT App can be downloaded at Google Play. And the link to the PC Software and documentation. SIO2BT project won the first price in the ABBUC competition 2014. This year I extended the scope of the project to support a new Networking Device (coming soon as an Android App software update). To learn more, the original thread is here. In this thread you may express your interest in the hardware (I will send you a PM with details). I recently got some SIO plugs, so I can offer you 2 variants: - SIO2BT as a KIT (can be easiliy installed inside the ATARI computer) for 20€ - SIO2BT in a SIO plug for 30€ Shipping costs (worldwide) are 6€. For convenience I uploaded the current version of the manual Sio2BT Manual.pdf. Please note: - you can't use SIO2BT with stock Atari 800/400 (Incognito board or any other OS switch is required) - you can use SIO2BT with stock ATARI XL/XE, but some games/programs may not work (OS patch is recommended for best compatibility) I will maintain an ordering list to keep you up to date.
  3. Hello, I am "Donlupi", an ATARI project enthusiast. During the last 3 years I have done different projects and tests with ATARI (SIO2MicroSD, SIO2PC, SIO2BT). Some projects are exclusive to me like the one I named "PADDLE - KINECT" ( ) that is now in stand by. Or this project that makes my dear 800XL detect my presence and laugh or cry as the case may be. ( ) I really like to have more time for more things with ATARI I wanted to know the requirements to apply for this contest since I have obtained an interface that allows to connect Joysticks of current consoles (Wii, PS3, PS4) in wireless form via bluetooth. This interface works with any console or retrocomputer that has the common 9-pin controller port (Atari 2600, clones, XEGS, Atari ST, 8-bit Atari, Commodore, Sega Master System and similar). if the sensor is installed inside an ATARI, apart from communicating these joysticks with an eighties device for the first time in history, other functions such as SELECT, OPTION, START and RESET can be accessed in the same joystick without having to be next to it. of the keyboard or console. Attached Videos: Video 1: Atari 800XL "receiving orders" from a Wiimote, note that the BASKETBALL game load is also by bluetooth method too (created by Marcin Sochacki, "Montezuma"). Video 2: Playing the game Pole Position with a Playstation 4 joystick in the style that Nintendo imposed with its WII console for car games "Mario Kart Wii style" (Moving the car only with tilting the joystick) Video 3: Final appearance of the project inside a joystick. I await your comments. Greetings.
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