Make an oversize plush game controller that actually works! Use conductive fabric and a Flora board to stitch up a capacitive touch sensing circuit. The controller acts like a computer keyboard, allowing you to play all your favorite old school games on emulator sites online.
This is an all-sew project with no batteries, making it great for beginners and even kids to try. Read on to build your own!
Special assistance creating this project provided by Risa Rose.
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