NEW GUIDE: Adafruit Mini I2C STEMMA QT Gamepad with seesaw #AdafruitLearningSystem #Adafruit #STEMMA
Do you think this is a game? It is now!
Make a game or robotic controller for any I2C microcontroller or microcomputer with this tinyAdafruit Mini I2C STEMMA QT Gamepad with seesaw breakout board. This design has a 2-axis thumb joystick and 6 momentary buttons (4 large and 2 small). It boasts a STEMMA QT connector which means you can get going quickly with no soldering necessary!
The Adafruit Mini I2C STEMMA QT Gamepad with seesaw guide has everything you need to get started. It includes an overview, pinouts details, examples for CircuitPython and Arduino, and downloads resources. If you picked up one of these boards, and are wondering how to begin, this guide has you covered!
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