Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by JacksonS, Feb 11, 2018.
Shit now i need to redesign my portable to include this as well..
Don't we all
not if we design one board that has it and gc+ on it and somehow release it
good that I have already integrated a classic+.
Such a board with gc +, classic +, a bus switch for the wiimote and mode switch, I will definitely build in my next project
*C O U G H*
I wonder if you could use one of the New 3DS C-Sticks as IR camera control. Then you wouldn’t need three full sized joysticks on your portable xD
It would also be super cool if there was like a Wiimote+ board that could emulate basic motions like shaking with a face button.
Then you could finally play Galaxy on the go
You would not need a third joystick for this. You would just hook up your joystick on the right side of the portable to the Classic+ and it would use that to control the pointer on screen. You already need to hook up all your joysticks and buttons to the Classic+ for classic controller emulation. So, if you already have all that wired up, you should already be good to use this feature.
You would need to have a third joystick if you wanted to use the left stick as a nunchuck joystick at the same time, though.
IR camera emulation uses the right joystick to control the pointer. Classic Controller already uses the right joystick but Nunchuk does not - that is why the pointer only works in Nunchuk mode.
I’m not sure if this is a viable request, but I’d like to ask for a feature add if possible;
DK Returns and New Super Mario both have a “shake” input. Direction is irellevent, but the Wiimote needs to be shook.
Is there any way to add a Wiimote “shake” button?
Unfortunately no. Doing that requires extra hardware on any Wii Remote.
NICE Jackson!! I didn't even realise you added the IR joystick feature to the classic+ as well. I'll be showing of a video soon of the awesome controller setup you've designed for me Luckily for me I also have one of your classic+ boards. I look forward to test this out.
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