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Well I would really like to fly my planes using a nunchuck (I bought one for that purpose since i don't have a wii  )...or control a camera on the plane (pan/tilt setup)

The plan is to connect the nunchuck to an arduino nano, which would generate a ppm signal which the rc transmitter turnigy 9x (connects to the trainer port with a 3,5mm audio cable) could read and send info to plane steering it  ..

I've found some relevant link but I can't stitch the code, because I'm code illiterate..It's too advanced for me...

The most relevant link is this one from Ian Johnston:

He interfaces joysticks with arduino, I would like to interface a nunchuck.. Is anybody in?

Here are more relevant links:,20536.0.html

Here is some info about connecting arduino to nunchuck but you probably know better which ones are good:

Basically I can be the prototyper but I need a coder  would love if someone has a passion to do this...I think it would be a really cool project that you coders could than brag about to your colleagues smiley-grin hehe

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If you do a search you should find a post regarding a nunchuk that someone was having trouble with.
I posted the code I used to interface a nunchuk (wireless and corded) to an Arduino.


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