Wearable Electronics with Becky Stern 9/17/2014 – LIVE 2pm ET
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Hello! I’m thinking of building the PiGRRL, and was wondering if it’s possible to have multiple emulators on the pi at once (such as NES, and Gameboy Advance). Also, is there a way to configure the input to accept two buttons being pressed at once to equal a press of L and R, in a GBA emulator? Thanks!
Becky thanks for answering my question! You gave me a lot to work on. I plan to give the donkey to my daughter, but I expect that my 5 year old granddaughter will do most of the playing. I made my granddaughter the candle flicker hair bow (she loved it), and she loves the Circuit Playground videos.
I’ll let you know how this works out.