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    Cool I am Phoenix

    Hi,

    I'm Phoenix, a 10 year Frontend developer of emuControlCenter.

    I love good old retrogames, in my young years started with NES/Master System, then Megadrive/SNES and Dreamcast/N64....the good old days!

    So when Andres (fournder of ECC) has made a good Frontend in beginning of 2006 that really did what i wanted it todo, i teamed-up and together we build further on the foundation of ECC.

    For the rest i love electronics and embedded devices/sensors to play with.

    See you around!

    -Phoenix

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    And for anyone that wants to see your project: https://github.com/PhoenixInteractiv...uControlCenter
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    ThnX Lefteris_D

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    Welcome Phoenix, I worked with a FR fronted developer nick:Space1, maybe you know him? Anyways he did something sort of neat with my Bliss-Box project. Thought you may like it. .
    Original, the only way to play.

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    That's a great nifty box!!

    I saw a lot of code lately to use NES/SNES/N64 etc controllers on a Arduino/Raspberry, so i gues it's mostly soldering the connectors haha.

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    No but most of those are well understood how to communicate with. Then you just use the general input output pins. Though making this work in an "adapter" is a bit tricky.
    Original, the only way to play.

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