Newest version of Joycon-style stick posted (SCAD, STLs, and INO). Tested with the XBOX Adaptive Controller (XAC). Connects via USB port on side and acts as analog stick (either L or R, depending on what port you plug into). Files posted at: https://github.com/nelsonii/joycon
Big Thanks also go out to those who helped debug my connection problems (stick to board) — 90% of the problems were related to that part. Once I had solid connections, I had solid readings (no floating). The de-soldered USB board idea has been the best bet (barring custom PCBs). A custom PCB would save a lot of headache, but that is for another time.
Code and SCAD are working and posted for the Pseudolog converter.
Takes 4 switch inputs (ex. joystick u/d/l/r) and converts to pseudo analog joystick (the longer you hold, the more it swings to limits). Sensitivity adjusted by slide pot on top. Acts like a USB stick on the XAC.
The wiring is a little patchwork, as I changed my mind mid-soldering. Basically, jacks and pot go to Analog inputs of Pro Micro. Pot and jacks supplied with VCC. Full reading (1023) used to trigger. I used Analog inputs on purpose — so that I can use this for other projects.
I threw in a NeoPixel, because, why not? I’ve not coded the pixel yet.
More to come. I’m working on a Nintendo JoyCon Joystick version for a user with limited mobility.
Feb 3, 2022 Update: The copy and paste of the code has been causing problems. Please head over to github for the code. Note: The fancier code, which handles weirdness with JoyCon replacement sticks, is also up there. Look for JoyConStick_Converter_ForXBOXAC_v2D.