I came up with a new design for a joystick that is a) ambidextrous, b) lets you swap buttons in games that don’t let you like Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 for Xbox Live, c) fairly comfortable to both Japanese button and American Button arrangement, regardless of which way you hold the joystick, d) is 4 and 8 way, and e) is multisystem by taking apart controllers for the original systems and soldering them. It’s kind of a complex system but it works well. I have a joystick that was supposed to be made my way, but was misunderstood and a step is missing.
I need help to a) insert RCA Female connectors to the joystick side to represent individual directions and buttons, b) connect another set of RCA females to a DB 25 female connector and c) wire db25 males to various controllers hard wired via soldering actuators, d) actuate the analog sticks and triggers, and e) help me organize my various connections to make connecting and switching easier.
I don’t have or know how to solder, so can someone also help me, or help me find someone who can. Also if you help, and are a custom Joystick maker, maybe you can add my design as an optional feature and pay me a small design fee for each stick sold with this feature after mine, if you think multi-console and ambidextrous is a potent combination.