I have a Orb 360 and would love to be able to hook it up to my computer to play games again.
Do you have anything available for sale? Do you plan to have anything soon?
Please let me know when you do!
[quote="vputz"]OK Nate, welcome to the world of poorly-supported software flail :)I've probably got a few things wrong but we have to start from somewhere.
First, we're not cool enough to be an "official" Arduino library yet, so go to
and download the zip file, so you should have Orb9kLib-Master.zip on your hard drive. [url=https://github.com/thingotron/Orb9kLib]https://github.com/thingotron/Orb9kLib [/url]
So start up your Arduino environment. I'm currently using Arduino/Genuino 1.6.7... go to "Sketch" and then "Include Library" and "Add Zip Library"
Choose the Orb9k-master.zip file you downloaded, and that should install it into your environment. Then you *SHOULD* be able to go to "File", "Examples" and under "Examples from Custom Libraries" you should see "Orb9kLib" and under that "BasicJoystickTest". That SHOULD compile (with a few warnings; I may have not gotten everything right) and upload to your Arduino M0, and you *should* see, under Windows' "USB Game Controllers" applet an entry which for me says "Ardu". When connected to the Orb, well... "it works for me".
My old serial shield connects to digital pins 0 and 1 (I think), so I'm guessing your shield should as well. Give it a go and see what you get--I really appreciate you being willing to give it a try. Sorry I haven't had time to deal with the mouse/keyboard emulation, but it shouldn't take time--it's just that I'm a little task-saturated with work and the upcoming move. Really sorry for the delays!
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