Araymbox on Instructables shares this elegant game emulator. Housed inside a 3D printed SNES form controller this emulator is ready to go. Check out the full write up and detailed instructions on Instructables:
This instructable describes the build of a Raspberry Pi Zero W powered console all within a SNES controller. It can be used on any display with HDMI. It is powered by a smartphone Lithium Ion battery which lasts up to 3 hour (depending on the emulator running).
Make sure you have everything you need for the build. There is nothing more annoying than stopping your project because you have to wait for some small part being delivered.
You do not have to buy the listed parts and material from given links. These are examples and show the required properties of the parts.
- 1x Raspberry Pi Zero W [$13.00]
- 1x micro SD Card – 8GB [$4.40]
- 1x USB SNES Controller [$2.20]
- 1x LiPo Battery [$3.41]
- 1x HDMI to Mini-HDMI cable 2m [$3.78]
- 1x Lipo Charger + Step up Module [$2.66]
- 1x Slide Switch [$1,36]
- 1x LED 3mm [$0.44]
- 1x micro USB jack female [$0.02]
- Soldering Utilities
- Screw drivers
- Hotglue gun
- Double Faced Adhesive Tape
- 3D Printer or 3D Printing service
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