Control your classic NES console with the Kinect V2 sensor by Paul DeCarlo:
- An NES console with game to test
- An NES controller OR some wiring skills and a CD4021BE 8-bit shift register
- 12 strands of wire, recommend Kynar
- 8 1k resistors (technically any value from 1k to 50k should suffice)
- 2 3.6k resistors (again higher not necessarily bad)
- IoT board capable of running Firmata, Intel Galileo or Arudio Uno etc.
- Kinect V2 Sensor for Windows OR recently announced Kinect V2 Adapter and existing Xbox One Kinect Sensor
- Machine capable of running the Kinect V2 SDK
Via Hacked Gadgets.
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