[HELP] Control Arduino car with joystick

Hello guys.

I started with Arduino now, I know only the basics of the basics.
I need to control a car, run by an Arduino, using a bluetooth Joystick.
The Arduino central board has a bluetooth module and 4 motors (one for each wheel) connected to it.
I want to use the bluetooth module to connect with the joystick and control the motors.

It's possible? If so, can you help me with this?

Janvicttor:
Hello guys.

I started with Arduino now, I know only the basics of the basics.
I need to control a car, run by an Arduino, using a bluetooth Joystick.
The Arduino central board has a bluetooth module and 4 motors (one for each wheel) connected to it.
I want to use the bluetooth module to connect with the joystick and control the motors.

It's possible? If so, can you help me with this?

Seems to be possible. What pieces have you tried?

Paul

Paul_KD7HB:
Seems to be possible. What pieces have you tried?

1 - Car
1 - Arduino UNO
1 - Bluetooth Module (HC-05)
1 - Bluetooth Joystick (Mocute)

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I don't think anyone has done it before.

The closest I can find to what you want is this hack to make the HC-05 into a Bluetooth HID device (turn your Arduino into a Bluetooth keyboard, mouse, or joystick).

Unfortunately, you want the opposite: a way to connect a Bluetooth HID device to your Arduino. There are probably third-party boards like the ESP32 that can receive from a Bluetooth HID device and can be programmed with the Arduino development environment. I am, sadly, not familiar with any specific solution.

In theory you could do it by reverse-engineering the HC-05 firmware but that is a LOT of work.