In my last semester of college I had to take a round of Electronics (the last course necessary to graduate with a degree in Physics, focus on Astrophysics). I somewhat wish I had taken the course earlier so I could instead only take 3 courses my last semester, but obviously I hadn’t done that and had to take the course then. All around the course was extremely interesting and (hopefully) super useful for my future. I loved learning about wiring things and getting things to work, as it’s something I’ve always enjoyed (the whole building construction thing). Anyway, the end of the semester rolled around, and I was required do some project using the knowledge gained from the course over the past semester. I originally wanted to do this head phone set-up, but that fell through and I had to find something else. This ended up with me settling on the MAGPI, the Micro-Arduino Gaming Platform Interface. The MAGPI was a device created by an awesome guy who uploaded his designs to the Instructables website, where I was able to follow his designs and create my own version of the device. If you’d like to take a deeper look into my creation, you can read the Instructable I uploaded to the Instructables site.
Feel free to look around my Instructable and make sure to check out Zippy314’s much more detailed instructions on how to build the device.