30 Jul '13, 9pm

Xbox 360 light right and RF module connected to Raspberry Pi

Xbox 360 light right and RF module connected to Raspberry Pi

The module connects via an internal cable and is treated much like a USB device by the Xbox motherboard. The problem is that it won’t actually handle the 5V rail found on a USB connector; it wants 3.3V. But this is no problem for the RPi’s pin header. Once a few connections have been made the lights are controlled via SPI I2C and [Tino] posted some example code up on Github to work with the RF module. He plans to post a follow-up that interfaces the module with a simple microcontroller rather than an RPi board. If you can’t wait for that we’re sure you can figure out the details you need by digging through his example code.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/07/30/xbox-360-light-right-and-r...

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