So I'm not sure if this specifically has been asked before, as I had a look around, and most of the questions relating to USB stuff seemed to be about using the Pi as a USB flash drive.
I was wondering if it was possible to use the Raspberry Pi as an inbetween of sorts to send control from a controller that I have hooked up to the GPIO pins of the board to a computer. Hence using the Pi as a sort of USB Controller board for the PC.
Any advice/help would be appreciated.
To clarify my question a little, I currently have a Raspberry Pi 2, and have built a very basic arcade control setup. This is hooked up the the GPIO of the Pi, and is used as input for games etc.
I also have a PC which I would quite like to use these arcade controls on, but no way to directly plug them into the PC without a USB board for the controls themselves.
To reiterate above, I was looking for a way to use these arcade controls through the RPi, and somehow connect the RPi to my computer, and use the controls hooked up to the RPi with my computer.
If it matters, the arcade controls are using key presses from a keyboard as inputs, would there be a way to send these to a computer at all?