3DS Slider to analog stick diagram (SS's work)

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  1. Air Conditioner .

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    This was up on MR for a while and then got deleted in the photobucket genocide. Someone over there was able to find a cache of it and I reuploaded it to imgur and now to BitBuilt. Not my work btw. All done by ShockSlayer.
     

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    Nice! I wondered where this went.
     
  3. ShockSlayer Ivan - the tyranny of evil men . .

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    This doesn't actually work; the resistors don't change anything. 3DS sticks don't recenter properly and need a higher deadzone. You can solder them 1:1 (VCC/GND/X/Y) to a GC stick and they'll work practically identically.

    This only appeared to work because it changed the voltage after the default center point had been set.
     
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    I'm assuming RDC's boards are the way to go then? (I've never really toyed with sliders, don't like them much.)
     
  5. ShockSlayer Ivan - the tyranny of evil men . .

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    My XGC used two of the 3DS sticks and I never really had a problem. For the N64, I am fairly certain there's a newer version of the converter chip(the old one that Ashen made a guide on) that has deadzone control.
     
  6. Air Conditioner .

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    Good to know then I guess for cubes. Thanks!
     
  7. ShockSlayer Ivan - the tyranny of evil men . .

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    No problem. I'll look for the image and rework this into something more useful. I'd also really love to do a guide for that new N64 adapter, but I need to actually find the source material first.
     
  8. ShockSlayer Ivan - the tyranny of evil men . .

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    Take a look at these and let me know what you think:

    Full diagram:
    3DS_GC_FULL.png
    Printer Friendly (Lite edition):
    3DS_GC_PF.png
     
  9. Air Conditioner .

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    Awesome work man. I've got good feelings about this place and the members

    Printer friendly version is nice touch too lol
     
  10. ShockSlayer Ivan - the tyranny of evil men . .

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    Yeah I'll admit I spent more time on the second one. It probably needs to be cleaned up a little, but otherwise I feel it's pretty solid.
     
  11. Air Conditioner .

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    It's also really neat the fact the resistors are pointless. I think we've all been doing it for ~2 years now haha. I feel like a lemming
     

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