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Started by micro, October 20, 2013, 08:20:16 pm
Quote from: wiggyx on August 12, 2014, 12:32:31 amWell if you're ever interested in teaming up in any way shape or form, then just hit me up via our website contact form
Quote from: kreats on August 13, 2014, 04:33:26 amLove these wireless controllers! I would like to order at least 1 saturn controller, providing it comes with a genesis receiver also. It's a shame you're only doing limited runs of these as I'd love a snes kit also. Some other comments:I think you should stick to black or white for the controllers .. the grey and blue ones are a bit ugly - blergh!I think the interest in a non original (manufactured) controller shell would be pretty low - the whole point to my mind is an original controller, but wireless. I wish I have the option of getting an entire set of controllers, rather than having to order them one at a time (and potentially missing out each time if you are doing a limited run). So long as they are all compatible with the same receivers a full set of snes/nes/saturn/neogeo/etc controllers would be worth the wait! Plus it would save a huge amount on postage.
Quote from: micro on October 01, 2014, 02:41:39 amYes, using a pot-based analog stick would decrease the power consumption significantly. But I also want to get decent battery life when using a original analog stick. Well, we'll see, maybe there's space for a bigger battery...
Quote from: micro on September 27, 2014, 01:50:18 amThanks! Yes, a UWRC v2 PCB for the N64 controller would be great. But there are some obstacles. For example: One feature of UWRC v2 is the low power consumption (about 1 mA) and the extreme battery life of several hundreds of hours. Unfortunately the original Nintendo analog stick has a very high current consumption (10 mA) so the max. battery life would be slashed down to 20 - 30h maybe? Not exciting...
Quote from: micro on October 02, 2014, 04:44:37 am@pervert: I intent on using a microcontroller in the receiver to keep it small. Yes, that probably means no memory pak support. @Zoel: I'd love to make a wireless Dreamcast controller, too. But right now I don't know how to... The microcontroller I'm using now is most certainly too slow. We'll see...The next console I'll be working on won't be N64 or Dreamcast, but rather NES or PSX. (I haven't decided yet)
Quote from: micro on October 02, 2014, 04:44:37 amThe next console I'll be working on won't be N64 or Dreamcast, but rather NES or PSX. (I haven't decided yet)
Quote from: thriftypickle on February 11, 2015, 01:57:47 pmJoined just to ask Micro for some of these fine products. Would love a set for Saturn, SNES, and Genesis (Saturn most importantly). Would gladly support his efforts. Let me know! PM sent.
Quote from: KillingBeans on May 06, 2015, 05:23:22 amA one-board solution would be possible, but the NRF24L01+ is not easy to solder and premade boards with all the required external components are very cheap on eBay.
Quote from: B-Man on May 07, 2015, 02:05:40 amI just ordered the last two Sega Saturn PCB sets, thanks micro! Micro have you ever thought about making just the Dreamcast receivers out of extension cables with a short VMU cable attached? It's always boggled my mind how Sega can make such a perfect fighting controller for the Sega Saturn, yet such an awful controller for the Dreamcast, which is an amazing console for fighting games. I plan on using my new wireless Saga Saturn controllers exclusively on my Dreamcast via two Total Control 3 boxes. It'd be nice if I could get wireless Dreamcast receivers with a short VMU cable attached. It'd make the set up a lot cleaner and less cluttered, not to mention a direct wireless path from controller to console. I'd pay good money for this.