Are you like most of us, and have an old PC sitting around? Why not turn it into a Retro Game Powerhouse to run all your favorite classic games!
PinkyPi prototype full build 2 is together and being play tested. This is based off PinkyPi version 1.2 source code on my Thingiverse
I am working on the build video and parts list if you want to make your own at home. To simplify the process, I am also working on a prefab PCB that will be available for purchase so you can easily build one without a large majority of the wiring hassle.
Stay tuned for more!
One of the channels I’ve learned a lot from is Big Clive, and a great video for beginners is his intro guide to electronics.
Make Anything has a great tutorial on mutlicolor printing with a single extruder in Cura, he demonstrates while making a D20 multicolor dice!
Well, a Gameboy and more! 6 Buttons, and an L&R button as well as an analog stick and more!
With upgrades such as a rechargeable battery, backlight upgrade and overclock, how can you pass on this beast of a device?
Looking for a fun Smartwatch project? Check out this one based off an ESP8266!
Check out the FreePlay Tech CM3 review by our friend over at MetalJesusRocks, he provides a great run down if this device.
Looking for more power than a RasperryPi Zero but a full sized Pi 3 B+ is just too big?
Take a look at the Raspberry Pi 3 A+, the same CPU as the B+.
It removes the Ethernet port and a majority of the USB ports, leaving you with 1 USB 2.0 port. Packing it all into a smaller form factor for those specific project needs.
This is perfect for Retropie consoles and game devices that don’t need the Ethernet port, or access of USB ports.
Available Here – Raspberry Pi 3 A+
Our friends over at ArsTechnica have some details on the possible next Nintendo Switch.