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A Nintendo Entertainment System Emulator for the ESP32

Mitti has built a portable NES Emulator based on the inexpensive dual-code ESP32 microcontroller, with a total build cost of less than $25 USD. They write:

I used an ESP32, an ili9341 Display and a Battery. All this components are placed in a NES-Controller. It is based on the Nesemu Source Code from Espressif. I’ve made some changes, now it’s possible to choose between a bunch of Roms that have been flashed to the ESPs internal memory. Also one can open a little menu with some settings like sound, brightness or fullscreen.

Source Code is available on GitHub. Based on the original source code by Espressif.

See GitHub and Youtube for more info on this great build.

DIY portable NES Emulator

 


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