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I've been scrounging around the interwebs for details/tutorials/projects for an arduino based USB HID joystick. The majority of them are designed for Arduino Leonardo, and some of them are for Arduino Uno, which I want, except I plan to build a standalone circuit using barebones arduino (atmega, timing crystal, and capacitors) and then use the Arduino Uno as a programmer when changes need to be made.

Obviously, this method removes the USB functionality of the UNO, and I'd need to add it back in. The final result of this would obviously be a USB HID Gamepad/Joystick that runs on (at least) Windows without the need for special drivers.

Do you guys know of any material or have any idea as to how I can make a standalone atmega with arduino uno bootloader function this way?
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