Do you want to turn your Raspberry Pi into a full sized gaming handheld? Take a look at the WaveShare game hat!
Hot off the press, the new version of the Bitt-Boy mini console, how does it stack up?
Check out the build log of a Dreamcast Visual Memory Unit module converted into a Retro Pi build over at our friends at SudoMod
VMU Project Log
I toyed abit more with PinkyPi last night and printed out a slightly modified case as well as started to mix some colors from my 3D printer.
Check out the progress in our forums!
I made just a couple very small changes to the case layout for PinkyPi 1.1, a small groove to line up the sections abit better and closing up the micro USB and HDMI ports a little.
I do still want to do some more design to the inside of the base, to hold the battery charging module firmly in place, another notch or two to help secure the layers / sections together, some possible bracing in the middle layer and a possible redesign of the A and B buttons.
I finally got PinkyPi v1 put together and booting! I’ve played a few games on it so far to test everything out, though I am having audio issues. I fear I broke the negative wire going to the speaker during assembly.
Check out the build log in our forums!
TinyPi Pro is a gameboy style vertical Raspberry Pi Zero mini emulation console.
This wonderful little device has extra buttons for a wider range of games, as well as a kit you can purchase with premade PCBs for assembly.
Check out their Kickstarter as well as additional information below!
TinyPi Pro on Sudomod.com
I was able to get several kinks worked out of the design for the middle and bottom layer of the case for the PinkyPi v1.0. I’ve since printed the new sections and everything fits together as expected!
I’ll be continuing my build log in our forums, found here.