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 guide was first published on Apr 03, 2013. It was last
updated on Apr 03, 2013.
This page (Overview) was last updated on May 04, 2015.
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.