Mr. Lunduke shows you how he is building his own hand-held, portable video game console — using a Raspberry Pi and as easy to assemble parts as possible.
In Part 1 we get a complete gaming system up and running… with some rough edges.
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== The Parts ==[ All parts were purchased at Amazon.com. Pricing and availability may change — these are the parts I am using. They might work for you… might not. Who knows! ]
– Raspberry Pi Model B+ : $35
– Samsung 16GB Class 10 Micro SD Card : $10
– Edimax EW-7811 USB Wi-Fi adapter : $9
– Eleduino 3.2″ TFT LCD + multi-layer case pack : $33
– Tomee SNES-style USB controller : $11
Ask any questions about the console — which has not yet been named — in the comments and I’ll try to answer either here or in the next video.
Or never. Because I am lazy.
Raspberry Pi 3: 20 of the highest quality projects you may try with the mini PC
Received a Raspberry Pi 3? Here are 20 great projects to get yourself started on
The Raspberry Pi 3 is one of the best starting points for utilizing code. Whether you’re a first-timer with Python or a technology vet, this micro PC is a superbly multipurpose device.
It’s something of an understatement to say that there’s a great deal you can perform with the Raspberry Pi 3. Ever since the first Raspberry Pi was released in the year 2012, everyone has been putting it to work on projects which range from the sensible to the preposterous. Would like to write your own gaming applications? Look at. Wish to make an intelligent media centre for your TV? Take a look. Wish to breathe life into a unforgettable children’s toy? Take a look.
Here we have picked 20 rewarding projects to sink your teeth into – ranging from the hassle-free to the fiendish. These will even work in case you have a Raspberry Pi 2, whilst they might be a a tad bit more tricky if you possess the original Raspberry Pi or the Raspberry Pi Zero.
The 20 perfect Raspberry Pi projects
1. Raspberry Pi projects: Create an AI assistant
2. Raspberry Pi projects: Write your own personal game
3. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a wireless extender
4. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a Game Boy
5. Raspberry Pi projects: Home Arcade Box
6. Raspberry Pi projects: Media centre for your TV
7. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a Kodi streamer
8. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a download hub
9. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a dedicated Minecraft machine
10. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a camera trap
11. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a case
12. Raspberry Pi projects: Control your stereo wirelessly
13. Raspberry Pi projects: Make your own cloud server
14. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a telephone
15. Raspberry Pi projects: Build your own PiRate radio station
16. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a intelligent beer fridge
17. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a PiCam
18. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a talking toy
19. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a bitcoin mining system
20. Raspberry Pi projects: A little arcade case
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