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Solid-state joystick

Posted on Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017 in Arduino, gadget by DP

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Paul Gardner-Stephen writes:

Early in the year, one of my colleagues, Damian, showed me one of these strain-gauge solid-state joysticks that they were using as part of the undergraduate engineering curriculum.
Their goal was to teach the students how to read strain-gauges. But I immediately saw the applicability for making a no-moving-parts super-robust joystick for the MEGA65 and all other retro computer users.

See the full post on his blog.

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