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I’m very new to Arduino and have been doing a lot of research on how to connect my Arduino Uno to my Xbox One as a wired controller, unfortunately I haven’t been able to find much help. I found UnoJoy but it seems to only work with PlayStation. I know that it is possible because the Uno has HID. I’m sorry if this has been answered before, but how do I code the Uno so the Xbox will recognize it so I can assign (push buttons, toggle switches, rotary encoders) to certain functions in game?

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  • The Uno does not normally have HID. It is true that USB its interface chip can be reprogrammed to do that, but it's complicated and complicates normal operation. You'd be better of with a direct USB board like a Leonardo or something else based on a 32u4, or something based on a suitable ARM part like most of the Teensy series. – Chris Stratton Mar 17 '18 at 16:56
  • I expect if you do some research you will find there is a body of knowledge on fully custom game controllers. Actually had some unrelated boards assembled once by someone who had invested in short-run assembly equipment in order to serve that market. – Chris Stratton Mar 17 '18 at 16:58

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