Hey all! In this video I take a look at the brand new Pico Fighting Board, an arcade stick / fightstick PCB that’s powered by a Raspberry Pi Pico! It’s reportedly the fastest pcb on the market, and also very inexpensive.
Check out the Pico Fighting Board here: https://shop.feralai.com/product/pico-fighting-board/
Button layout / config:
-Standard wiring via screw terminals or 20-pin header (Brook-compatible)
-4-pin header for L3/R3/A2 buttons (Brook-compatible)
-5-pin header for PWM player LEDs (Brook-compatible)
-3-pin header providing 5v power and data for RGB LEDs
-Open source hardware: https://github.com/FeralAI/PicoFightingBoard
-Comes preload with the latest open source GP2040 firmware:
-Selectable input modes: XInput, DirectInput, Nintendo Switch
-Supported platforms: PC, Raspberry Pi, MiSTer, Android, Nintendo Switch, PS3, PS4 (legacy controller support)
-Default polling rate of 1000 Hz / 1 ms in all input modes
-Less than 1 ms of input latency
-Left/Right stick emulation via D-pad inputs
-Select from 3 SOCD modes: Neutral, Up Priority (Hit Box) and Last Input Wins
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