John_B
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RE: Using PS3 Controllers with ESP32 | Build Custom Remote Controls

I think I'm going to give up on this. I was hoping it would be a quick and easy solution, even though it's not ideal, but it's getting to be too much ...

11 months ago
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RE: Using PS3 Controllers with ESP32 | Build Custom Remote Controls

I don't use Wi-Fi, and my neighbours are some distance away as we all have big plots. The neighbours are all pretty computer illiterate, and I doubt i...

11 months ago
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RE: Using PS3 Controllers with ESP32 | Build Custom Remote Controls

Thanks. It's not just whether it responds to Sixaxis, which the one I bought did. It needs to be tested with an ESP32 as well. I couldn't detect a Blu...

11 months ago
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RE: Using PS3 Controllers with ESP32 | Build Custom Remote Controls

I'm in the UK too, which could be a problem, as what's available here may not be exactly the same as Bill can buy.

12 months ago
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RE: Using PS3 Controllers with ESP32 | Build Custom Remote Controls

I got the PS3Demo sketch running on an ESP32, but it wouldn't connect to my controller. I tried the MAC address I got from Sixaxis Pair Tool, and all ...

12 months ago
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RE: Using PS3 Controllers with ESP32 | Build Custom Remote Controls

A bit of progress! In the article Bill said "You’ll need to connect the PS3 controller to your Windows computer using a USB cable; one probably came w...

12 months ago
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RE: Using PS3 Controllers with ESP32 | Build Custom Remote Controls

So does mine. I've also tried pairing it with a controller tester app on my phone, and my Raspberry Pi 400 doesn't find it. It flashes some red lights...

12 months ago
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RE: Motioneye os Pi zerow

I'm in the process of trying to set up CCTV in my house using Pi Zeros for remote cameras, and a Pi 4 for the hub. I need a mixture of Wi-Fi and Ether...

3 years ago
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RE: Build an ESP32CAM Robot Car

It shouldn't be more than a few hundred milliamps, if you're using small motors like the ones Bill used, 130s, or N20 gear motors. I think the Wi-Fi i...

3 years ago
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RE: Build an ESP32CAM Robot Car

@troles, It's too easy to miss a bit when you copy and paste! Or add something by mistake! I'm currently carefully adapting the code to use a differ...

3 years ago
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RE: Build an ESP32CAM Robot Car

I've just tried doing this and it worked first time. Try it again, or download the files from the link in the blue Resources box near the bottom of th...

3 years ago
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RE: Build an ESP32CAM Robot Car

The rest of the parts arrived today, although thanks to a misleading eBay listing I've got a DRV8833 instead of the TB6612FNG. I've got too many of th...

3 years ago
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RE: Build an ESP32CAM Robot Car

@codecage This slider code works for me: Apparently software variants on old makes and versions of phones vary wildly, so it might not work for ev...

3 years ago
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RE: Build an ESP32CAM Robot Car

In my earlier post I couldn't get the programming board to work with my other ESP32-CAMs, but I've solved it now. The IO0 button on the programming bo...

3 years ago
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RE: Run out of pins ?

I use a breadboard, or in the case of a current project, three breadboards! This isn't quite what's being discussed here, but I made this little board...

3 years ago
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