Wireless joystick for Amiga/C64/Other:

Internal transmitters. Receiver, plugs into computers both joystick ports. External transmitter

News:

2018-02-09: SW done!
2018-01-01: Pairing working! SW almost done.
2017-10-15: USB working well.
2017-02-05: USB functionality working in alpha SW.
2016-12-05: Prototypes done, working. SW needs improvement.

What is it?:

The system consists of a base board (receiver) and a number of transmitters (usually two), either internal for mounting internally in a joystick (is plug and play for Tac2) or an external transmitter for any joystick. The transmitters are powered by a CR2032 that will last for years(?).

The base board has two DB9F that connects to both joystick ports of an Amiga, C64 or other computer with the Atari style DB9F-joystick ports. It also has a micro-USB connector for windows/linux/mac/android. It will show up as two digital joysticks to use in an emulator! Plan is that the board should also be able to connect to a PC via micro-USB to be able to use the joysticks wireless against an emulator running on the PC.

Current features
Possible future features include autofire, one joystick to both ports and the ability to make an Amiga-mouse wireless in the future.

Buy a kit/board

Price (without shipping):

Kit (base+two transmitters): 50 euro
Base: $TBD
Internal transmitter: $TBD
External transmitter: $TBD

Worldwide postage: $TBD

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Contact me at: mikael(at)chroma.se

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