It’s a long video but here are some highlights if you don’t have time for the whole video:
Quake 3 – 9:42
Mario Kart – 12:43
1080P Movie Playing 16:33
Here’s a link to the worklog.
- Odroid W (Raspberry pi clone)
- 1300mah battery (cell phone battery [tiny])
- Wifi Module (I said Bluetooth in the video but meant Wifi)
- Usb hub (4 usb ports – 1 will be used for wifi internally, 1 is wired to the Teensy 3.1, so 2 external)
- HDMI port (great for movie player on the big screen at home)
- Mono speaker hooked to an amp with digital volume (tact switches to change volume)
- 3.5in screen! (Larger than the original GBA SP screen)
- Directional Pad, A, B, X, Y, L, R, Start, Select + Joystick and a misc button.
L x W x H = (8.1cm X 8.9cm X 2.6cm)
I put a lot of blood sweat and tears into this device but it’s worth it in the end.
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