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Super Mario Kart Played With An Exercise Bike

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  1. Aha, a valid question. There is no person with a controller, I’ll be posting a video a little later that details how it’s all hooked up, maybe I’ll do a single shot of the entire hookup 🙂

  2. Aha, a valid question. There is no person with a controller, I’ll be posting a video a little later that details how it’s all hooked up, maybe I’ll do a single shot of the entire hookup 🙂

  3. That was actually part of my initial hope, alas the bike’s front legs are on the ground too close together to be at all stable with tilting. I considered taking a hacksaw to the bike to add tilt or turn steering but unfortunately I haven’t yet gotten approval from the person who loaned me the bike, so I’m not inclined to make permanent changes to it.. hoping to do this soon though.

  4. That was actually part of my initial hope, alas the bike’s front legs are on the ground too close together to be at all stable with tilting. I considered taking a hacksaw to the bike to add tilt or turn steering but unfortunately I haven’t yet gotten approval from the person who loaned me the bike, so I’m not inclined to make permanent changes to it.. hoping to do this soon though.

  5. The turning handlebars would be pretty easy to do on some stationary bikes with a single column going to the handlebars, just using a rheostat (and something to prevent over-turning). Unfortunately my bike has 2 columns which means I’d need to cut it up to do this and it’s not actually my bike… it’s in the future plans though. I do have it set up to output serial commands over USB through the android, not sure how hard it would be to make a generic game controller driver for it.

  6. The turning handlebars would be pretty easy to do on some stationary bikes with a single column going to the handlebars, just using a rheostat (and something to prevent over-turning). Unfortunately my bike has 2 columns which means I’d need to cut it up to do this and it’s not actually my bike… it’s in the future plans though. I do have it set up to output serial commands over USB through the android, not sure how hard it would be to make a generic game controller driver for it.

  7. The turning handlebars would be pretty easy to do on some stationary bikes with a single column going to the handlebars, just using a rheostat (and something to prevent over-turning). Unfortunately my bike has 2 columns which means I’d need to cut it up to do this and it’s not actually my bike… it’s in the future plans though. I do have it set up to output serial commands over USB through the android, not sure how hard it would be to make a generic game controller driver for it.

  8. I’ll need to find a copy of it, I can’t remember what the controls are though. if they are similar to SMK then it should would as-is. I think I’d need to hook up the L/R shoulder buttons to something though.

  9. I’ll need to find a copy of it, I can’t remember what the controls are though. if they are similar to SMK then it should would as-is. I think I’d need to hook up the L/R shoulder buttons to something though.

  10. I’ll need to find a copy of it, I can’t remember what the controls are though. if they are similar to SMK then it should would as-is. I think I’d need to hook up the L/R shoulder buttons to something though.

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