Raspberry Pi Zero Game System in a PSP Controller #3DThursday #3DPrinting

jimbone shares:

Very easy Raspberry Pi Zero System for Beginners.
Just need Basic Solder skills and a hot glue gun to help hold parts in place.
I like to do wiring in a very easy to read setup so everyone can try it.
Mine looks a bit different then the uploaded parts as I made some corrections after but mine works fine so don’t want to print more parts.
The PS3 controller I used I have taken out the battery to help with any power drain issues and it works fine.

download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1568133

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1 Comment

  1. well if going to post something I had made be great if its corrected. Its a PS3 controller and its just attached not inside 😀

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