DIY Raspberry Pi-Powered BMO Adventure Time Console @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
Here’s a DIY build for Be MOre, the sentient video game from Adventure Time. The project comes from Maker Lazuardi Rinaldi, an Electrical & Computer Engineering student at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Here’s more from the Raspberry Pi Foundation:
You can recreate this project with whatever parts you have to hand, as the build-guide is open-ended, but Lazuardi lovingly built his using Raspberry Pi…. The ‘real’ BMO can do pretty much anything from making toast to playing detective, but this one was built especially to play RetroPie games on Raspberry Pi. So it’s even better than the original. Maybe.
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