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.
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