PI Zero Nes Controller
by tomvdb, published
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I very much enjoy retro gaming and retropie has made retro gaming so much easier. This is my attempt at building a Raspberry PI Zero into a real NES Controller. The nes controller is wired onto the gpio and I'm using the gamecon_gpio_rpi software for interface to the nes emulator.
I decided not to dremel the back part of the controller, but rather design and print a new one with proper pizero ports.
Nothing fancy or difficult about this print :)
(1) Print Back Cover
(2) Hot glue pizero into case
(3) Connect nes controller wiring to gpio
(4) Setup Software
(5) Play Games!
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