Nin10do tutorial: Build your own 3d printed Raspberry Pi 2 NES game console (part 3)

Raspberry Pi Nintendo tutorial: build your own 3d printed game console (part 3 – Software & Games)

Watch part 1 here:
Watch part 2 here:

Building your own 3d printed custom Nin10do console or want to buy a complete model? – Custom game consoles and accessories – shipping worldwide

In these tutorial video’s I will explain how to create your own 3d printed gaming console based on the Raspberry Pi 2 and the Retropie project.

Finally the last part of the tutorial series is done… Holliday!!

In this third part of the Nin10do tutorial project we are finishing the case by attaching the timing belt and adding the logo. Then we will mount the Nin10do IMG file on the SD card and configure the Nin10do. At the end we will test the Nin10do by playing some Super Mario (NES) Grand Theft Auto 2 (Playstation 1) Street Fighter 2 (Sega Megadrive) and more…

About the Nin10do Project:
The project contains many fun aspects like: 3d printing, mechanical engineering, electronics, programming and software.

I created this Nin10do console to be able to play all my favorite old-school games in the living room on my plasma tv. It tuned out to be pretty cool and lot’s of magazine’s have published articles covering the project already.

Part 3: Software & Games

Link to the original demo (Dutch):
link to the Raspberry Pi 2 upgrade video (ENG):

Link to the ‘plug and play’ Nin10do IMG file

Link to the Nin10do Github repository:

Link to Low PowerLab website (ATX Raspi Board):

Follow the project on Facebook and Hackaday:

Included are links to all the parts you need: 3d models, artwork / splash screen, Python script and img files.

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Raspberry Pi 3: 20 of the very best projects you may try with the micro PC

Got a Raspberry Pi 3? Listed here Twenty fantastic projects to begin

The Raspberry Pi 3 is among the greatest beginning points for utilizing code. Whether you’re a first-timer with Python or a tech expert, this PC is a very well adjustable device.

It’s something of an understatement to say that there’s a lot you can do with the Raspberry Pi 3. After the first Raspberry Pi was launched in the year 2012, people have been putting it to work on projects which range from the sensible to the crazy. Need to write your individual games? Check. Would like to make a smart media centre for your TV? Look. Desire to breathe life into a basic children’s plaything? Have a look.

Here we’ve chosen Twenty rewarding projects to sink your teeth into – which range from the simple to the tough. These will also work in case you have a Raspberry Pi 2, while they might be a a little more challenging if you have the original Raspberry Pi or the Raspberry Pi Zero.

The Twenty ideal Raspberry Pi projects

1. Raspberry Pi projects: Build up an AI assistant
2. Raspberry Pi projects: Write your personal game
3. Raspberry Pi projects: Create a wireless extender
4. Raspberry Pi projects: Create a Game Boy
5. Raspberry Pi projects: Home Arcade Box
6. Raspberry Pi projects: Media centre for your TV
7. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a Kodi streamer
8. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a download hub
9. Raspberry Pi projects: Create a dedicated Minecraft machine
10. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a camera trap
11. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a case
12. Raspberry Pi projects: Control your stereo wirelessly
13. Raspberry Pi projects: Produce your personal cloud server
14. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a cellphone
15. Raspberry Pi projects: Build your individual PiRate radio station
16. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a intelligent beer fridge
17. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a PiCam
18. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a talking toy
19. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a bitcoin mining system
20. Raspberry Pi projects: A teeny arcade case

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