Geeks hacks old school SNES controller to work with Dell Streak

I spent many a lazy summer day in my youth playing some games on the Super Nintendo and I remember the controllers well. I would bet lots of you out there did the same thing during the summer and have some fond gaming memories with pals.

One enterprising geek has taken a left over controller from the SNES and hacked it using a Streak connector and a Teensy USB Microcontroller board. He hacked the controller so that the Streak recognizes it as a USB keyboard.

The controller can then be used to operate all the menus of the Streak and will work with all game emulators out there says the geek. This is one of the coolest gaming mods for the Streak I have seen.

Via Android Community