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Joshua
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Using an original SNES Controller, a Raspberry Pi Zero and a Waveshare GamePi15 hat, running Pinky Pi X with the fbcp-ili9341 display driver.

https://imgur.com/gallery/bBkm8Aq


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CrackedConsole
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Very cool build!

I love seeing you are using the PinkPi X RetroPie build, that's great!

 

I actually bought an extra set of generic SNES USB controllers, wanting to do the same thing, this may be the motivation to finally complete the project. Great work!


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Joshua
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Hey thanks so much! Would be interested to see your build if you do it 👍


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CrackedConsole
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Posted by: @joshua

Hey thanks so much! Would be interested to see your build if you do it 👍

Now that I have finished my CandiStick project and the Christmas light season is over, I think I may start to focus on doing so.
I'd love to design some 3D printed parts to clean up the mounting and internals, maybe once I get things laid out I can send you an extra set of 3D printed internals.


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