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Hello

I would like to connect my PS3 controller to arduino. I searched the internet and the only solutions are those that use one USB shield and one bluetooth dongle. Can i use one bluetooth shield instead that solution?

This bluetooth:  http://www.robofun.ro/bluetooth_arduino_clasa_1?keyword=bluetooth&category_id=0

P.S Sorry for my bad english....

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Yes you can, but you would need to install a Bluetooth Transmitter that is compatible with the Bluetooth Shield. Playstation has a different Bluetooth frequency than other Bluetooth shields.

What exactly is this for?
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You could also connect the PS3 controller manually by wiring it in from the PS3 circuit board, but that includes taking apart the PS3 controller.
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