I have an Arduino ADK R3 and I'l like to plug in a Sony DualShock 3controller to it. I'm not opposed to using Bluetooth, but this is just a test, so tracking down the right Bluetooth module and waiting on it to ship here is longer than I'd like to spend time-wise.
I'm not clear if I am supposed to use the Circuits@Home 2.0 library or what to get this going. The articles over there seem to say yes http://www.adafruit.com/blog/2011/05/18/andriod-adk-compatible-usb-host-library-release/ http://www.circuitsathome.com/mcu/android_adk_compatible_usb_host_library_release http://www.circuitsathome.com/mcu/sony-ps3-controller-support-added-to-usb-host-library
but I found a thread post (of course I can't find it again to reference now though) that said that library was not compatible with the ADK.
The ADK lab just mentions that the libraries exist, not where they are or anything. I checked my 1.0.2 default libraries folder and didn't see them.
Where and what libraries can I use or do I need to get USB host working and use a PS3 controller?
On a related note, anyone know how much the controller draws? I'm concerned about it overtaxing the ADK board.