More Lufa Hacks: Keyboard, Mouse, and MIDI.

Davide GombaApril 12th, 2011

[Darran] played around LUFA firmwares on the Arduino UNO and Arduino 2560. It seems now LUFA hacking is getting more and more common among Arduino users.

I’ve published the source, hex files, and sample sketches for Keyboard HID, Mouse HID, and USB MIDI drivers for the UNO and Mega2560 on http://hunt.net.nz/users/darran.

The LUFA project has made this fairly easy to do which is great, the only drawback is the limitation of only 4KB of flash space for the driver in the atmega8u2.

via [hunt.net]

2 Responses to “More Lufa Hacks: Keyboard, Mouse, and MIDI.”

  1. More Lufa Hacks: Keyboard, Mouse, and MIDI. « adafruit industries blog Says:

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  2. Abhijeet Says:

    Hey, thanks for this post, it helped me make some very cool MIDI controllers last year! I used an UNO with LUFA MIDI firmware running on the USB chip and it showed up as a MIDI device called HIDUINO – brilliant! Here’s a question though. The revision 2 and 3 boards of the UNO now use the atmega16u2 chip and the LUFA firmware hex files are compiled for the 8u2 which was used in rev 1. How does one use LUFA firmware on the new UNOs to make it look like MIDI device?

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