Xbox 360 wireless visual interface

[jon barber] pointed out another great project on the benheck forums that hasn’t gotten much attention. [techknott] built a wireless video interface for his Xbox 360. Think of it as a sort of video game thin client. It has the form-factor of a portable but doesn’t include the 360’s components. Instead it has a 1.2GHz A/V receiver and the guts of a wireless controller. The specific transmitter was chosen because it wouldn’t interfere with the 2.4GHz controller. The power supply is two 2600mAh batteries running at 7.5V with a built in charging circuit. The draw from the screen is ~500mA. The entire unit is 1 inch thick.


  1. Q8GEEK says:

    now kids can carry game addiction to a higher level by sneaking this in their bed while playing online instead of the ol’ fashioned comic book and flash light sneaking


  2. simoncion says:

    Better that they feed their comic book addiction than their video game addiction, right?
    But, on topic: This is pretty darn cool. I wonder how much pressure it would take to snap off those triggers, though.

  3. Skitchin says:

    Man, I actually had an idea nearly identical to this several months ago. Though my idea was to connect the video output to a PC with a capture card, and somehow interface to a controller, which would allow you to play your xbox anywhere with web access.

  4. Austin says:

    very cool. but im wonderin about a tutorial cause that seems like a very fun project

  5. teck monkey says:

    i want the tutorial too…pls

  6. secure wifi says:

    at last the information i needed thank you.

  7. Joe says:

    How much would it could for me to make one of these? Or how much would it cost to have you make this for me?

  8. SHAKIEEE says:

    need Instructions, tutorial any thing please

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