Just about finished designing it now. I think its laid out good enough just for testing. I'll be a lot more careful in the final version when I'm actually designing a case for it.
More buttons on the back.
Almost finished designing a gamepad carrier board for the pi pico. Soo many improvements from my first one there would be too many to list them all. Its still just a prototype though.
* More buttons! 22 in total.
* hookups for switch joysticks.
* I think I should be able to use the state machines on the pico to poll the button matrix.
My end goal will be to make a handheld based on the pi compute module 4 but I'm starting small just making sure the software/hw of the controller will work.
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Athiests can be just as bad about it I don't want to hear it.
Some games I've been playing recently
* Rues - a rogue lite resource/time management god game? Pretty fun.
* FTL - No explanation needed. It's great.
* Endless sky - A free space trading sandbox game with a story(choose your own adventure).
* Total War Warhammer 2 - I have some beef with the mechanics(lords being overpowered) but it's still a lot of fun.
I use C++, Rust and Typescript to write domain specific languages and graphics software.
Hobbies include casting, archery, baking, gardening, tabletop RPGs, self hosting, and all aspects of fermentation.
I periodically delete my old toots.
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