@iambacon The current Github repository now supports multiple Joy-Cons - however, this isn’t my priority at the moment, so it may not be very cleanly implemented. When I get around to it i’ll add in features like being able to resync Joy-Cons without restarting the program, etc., but right now the multiple Joy-Con feature is untested and experimental. You’ll need to download from the GitHub repository (it isn’t in a release version yet).
In this iteration, JoyconManager has a member object j, which is a List of Joy-Con objects rather than a single Joy-Con object. JoyconDemo.cs has been updated to reflect this. Please shoot me a message here if you have trouble getting it up and running.