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Arduino joystick project- In today’s episode, you will learn how to use a joystick with Arduino and control some led’s as per the movement of the joystick. We have placed 4 LEDs in such a way that it represents the direction of the joystick shaft movement. This joystick also has a push button which can be used for various other purposes or it can be left unconnected. In this tutorial, I am using the joystick push button for activating and deactivating the joystick. When the joystick push button is pressed an led is turned on which means that the joystick is ready and can be used to control the led’s…… when the joystick push button is pressed again the led is turned off which means that the joystick cannot be used to control the LEDs…. Arduino joystick shield is used
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