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Flight Sim controller made using the Teensyduino

Posted on Tuesday, January 24th, 2012 in demonstrations by DP

Paul made a controller for the Flight Sim airplane simulator. He used the Teensyduino to connect various input and output peripherals to the famous Sim. He goes into detail on how he programed his board, and he also provided all the source code.

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