I'm in need of code that will allow for a PIC microcontroller to record/playback button presses, joystick movements, etc of xbox 360 controllers.
The code will need to be able to:
*Turn on/off program.
*Playback loop on/off
*Save last recorded macro (until another one is recorded)
*Record ALL buttons/joystick movements with precision.
3rd party momentary push buttons will be used to for the functionality of the PIC (turning on/off, start/stop etc)
Extensive knowledge of the 360 controller circuit board may be needed in order for the program to record the full movements of the joysticks. Many diagrams of for button layouts are readily available online however.
Hello everybody, I really need your help
I've been trying, for a while now, to find some information to connect arcade controls (Jamma Connectors) to an XBox 360. But I can see they coded the controls, which is why I need:
The Microcontroller's firmware (Wired XBox 360 Controller) and how to put it in a compatible MCU. Also, how to connect joysticks to the XBox 360's USB port.
Complete Joystick maping
And the ability to program/configure the MCU for XBox 360 use
I already found some Codings on this website (http://etokki.com/Joytron-Paewang-Revolution-PCB-Only). Named ps360+ and joytron paewang revolution. Which is exactly what I need
If you can get the Firmware, please contact me.