January 9, 2015 AT 5:00 am
Worlds smallest portable pi? Complete! #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Johnny Parks aka “FrostedFires” has completed what he believes may be the world’s smallest portable pi-based game emulator:
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
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.
Read more. Via hackaday.
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