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May 26, 2012

Bluetooth NES Controller

at 11:59 am. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Funny Hacks, Game Hacks

 

 Dustin Evans used an old NES console, a Arduino Mega, a BlueSMiRF and some LEDs to allow him to play some old school emulated NES games on his cell phone in style. When turned on the BlueSMiRF searches for a device to connect to, once successfully paired to your phone you are now ready to take a journey back in time and start playing your favorite mario adventure. 

 


 

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2 Responses to “Bluetooth NES Controller”

  1. Says:

    Having to carry around an adaptor the size of the NES itself kinda ruins the portability doesn’t it?

  2. Dustin Evans Says:

    For portability the emulator has on-screen controls. This is mainly for home use and will hopefully be the main part to an arcade type cabinet I’m going to make. Thanks for posting it, Alan!

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