30 Dec '17, 9pm

34C3: Using Your Car As Video Game Controller

34C3: Using Your Car As Video Game Controller

[P1kachu] used a RasPi and an OBD-II adapter to access the car’s CAN bus and begins the presentation with a quick overview of the protocol. He then briefly touches on security measures that he ran into, which are optional and their implementation varies widely between manufacturers. His first attempt to access the CAN bus was successfully blocked by a challenge-response algorithm doing its work. His mother’s convertible however provided no such obstacles and gaining access allowed him to map the position of the steering wheel and pedals to a game controller, using the car to play video games.

Full article: https://hackaday.com/2017/12/30/34c3-using-your-car-as-vi...

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