Sim Racing Shields for Arduino

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I designed some open source DIY USB adapters for sim racing pedals and shifters!

These circuit boards ("shields") connect a SparkFun Pro Micro to either a Logitech Driving Force Shifter or a set of Logitech pedals (gas, brake, + clutch). You can use these shields to make a low cost USB HID adapter for simulator racing, or to get the raw data from the sim racing peripherals for other purposes.

This entire project is free and open source (GPLv3). You can download the files to make your own adapters from GitHub. The repository includes the circuit boards, a 3D printed case design, Arduino platform files, and compiled firmware. The firmware is built using the Sim Racing Arduino library, which is also open source (LGPLv3).

โš™๏ธ Hardware Repository: https://github.com/dmadison/Sim-Racing-Shields
๐Ÿ’พ Software Repository: https://github.com/dmadison/Sim-Racing-Arduino

๐Ÿ“ Written Documentation: https://www.partsnotincluded.com/sim-racing-shields-for-arduino/




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sim racing
racing
arduino
sparkfun
pro micro
Logitech
shifter
pedals
shield
circuit boards
microcontrollers
3D printing
open source
GPL



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