Physical Computing


Super Mario Game-hack-ed ! by Student
October 23, 2009, 2:35 am
Filed under: Game Hacks, Labs, Projects

This project involved hacking into a Logitech Gamepad, which would be controlling the Super Mario game character in a computer ( emulated inside a Nintendo Game Emulator ). Instead of directly using the gamepad, wearable sensors/switches were made which connected to an Arduino, which in turn then controlled the gamepad using a hack in the circuit.

We(Group 7) fabricated two bands which could be worn over elbows or knees as preferred and two switches which were intended to be place inside shoes. Bending the elbows/knees would move the Mario in either directions, while the other two buttons performed the “Fire” and “Jump” action.

Below is a video in action…

Super Mario Game-hack-ed ! on Vimeo

Below are few images of the sensors that were created for the prototype to work.

Controllers/sensors created for the prototype

Controllers/sensors created for the prototype



Our group (No. 7) consisted of Naghmeh Taghavi Nejad Deilami, Diogo Laginha Machado, Alexander Neumann and Suvash Keshari Thapaliya.
Group 7, All smiles.....

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