BeagleBoard.org co-founder Jason Kridner shares a video of James Mitchell describing how he made a very cool mini arcade cabinet based on BeagleBone Black, AdvancedMAME, 4D Systems LCD cape and an Adafruit Proto Cape.
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Adafruit Proto Cape Kit for Beagle Bone & Beagle Bone Black; Add some circuitry to your Beagle Bone or Beagle Bone Black with our lovely Proto Cape. If you have a ‘Bone you need one of these! This PCB fits neatly on top of a Beagle Bone, without getting in the way of the Ethernet jack, and provides a breakout to both 46 pin headers – with individual numbering to keep them straight. We also threw down some strips to access the 5V and 3V power supplies as well as two SMT breakouts, one for SOIC-8’s and one for SOT-23’s. (read more)
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