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Interfacing Uno to Logitech Attack3 Joystick

I bought a Logitech Attack3 joystick at a garage sale for a couple of bucks and now I want to use it for something useful, like controlling a car or my small robotic arm. This joystick has 11 buttons ...
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Use joypad to control a robotic arm with 8 servos

I'm using Arduino UNO and the SSC-32U board to control a robotic arm made up by 8 digital servos. At the moment, I'm correctly able to move each servo by using the following code: move1(servo_pin, ...
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Robot can't stop after joystick release

Used the plan from: https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-RC-Gamepad/ The motor doesn't stop when release the joystick, need help. Thanks. <pre> {#include <VirtualWire.h> //...
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Bluetooth gamepad via Adafruit Feather M0 Bluefruit BLE

I'm trying to build a Bluetooth-enabled gamepad out of an old Playstation 1 controller, using an Adafruit Feather M0 Bluefruit BLE. I've programmed the board as a Keyboard HID and everything works: ...
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Real-time Pub/Sub thru MQTT between JoyStick and OnBoard Drive units [both ESP8266] - Connection issues

I looked around for solutions to my issue by searching on the forum and elsewhere and haven't seen similar issues - (https://arduino.stackexchange.com/search?page=2&tab=Relevance&q=MQTT%...
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Read from analog input “bounces” around

I have a joystick and am using the following code to show the output to the serial monitor: // Arduino pin numbers const int SW_pin = 2; // digital pin connected to switch output const int X_pin = 0; ...
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Arduino force feedback vibration gamepad

I'm projecting a gamepad with Arduino Micro. I'm using the Arduino Joystick Library. I'm building this gamepad for racing games so I need to catch signal like hit_the_wall, hit_another_car. I wonder ...