HOW TO – Read Wii nunchuck data into an Arduino

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HOW TO – Read Wii nunchuck data into an Arduino

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Chad writes –

I was able to get an Arduino board to read in data from a wii nunchuck. You can read the joystick, buttons and accelerometer data. Using the nunchuck is even cheaper than buying an acceleromter by itself.

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4 thoughts on “HOW TO – Read Wii nunchuck data into an Arduino

  1. japroach says:

    “Using the nunchuck is even cheaper than buying an acceleromter by itself.”

    I see plenty of 3 axis accelerometers on digikey for under $20.

  2. chad@chadphillips.org says:

    The accelerometer in the nunchuck is the ADXL330. On a breakout board it sells for $34.95 on
    sparkfun. The ADXL330 chip by itself sells for $11.58 on digikey.

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