Raspberry Pi 3 Retro Pie DIY Home Arcade Tutorial
I show you how to assemble all the bits to make your very kick ass Arcade system for under £30!
You are likely to have the monitor lying around, or you can plug it into your regular living room TV. I prefer to use native style controllers and find the SNES style work well for both NES, SNES and Neo Geo games.
New Stealth Arcade Video here upgrading from Rpi 1 to an Rpi 3: https://youtu.be/TH7OaMIfmUw
This was used to make this amazing home-brew retro console and media centre:
Dont forget to check out the earlier Rpi model B stealth arcade in a monitor: https://youtu.be/bNoLV4iuGl8
There is a whole bunch of people selling the bits on Amazon and their associated accessories. I have a ready-made link for you:
SNES style USB controllers:
HDMI Adaptor Cables:
Micro SD Card:
For the main software I used RetroPie, you can download this from here:
As for Roms, you will need to search these out for yourself. The legalities are a bit iffy, but generally if you already own the physical game then you should have no problem.
Also many of the MSDOS and Amiga images are abandonware so have a look on abandonware sites such as Home of the Underdogs: http://www.homeoftheunderdogs.net/
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Raspberry Pi 3: 20 of the highest quality projects you can try with the mini PC
Got a Raspberry Pi 3? Listed here Twenty amazing projects to start
The Raspberry Pi 3 is among the greatest starting points for working on code. Whether you’re a first-timer with Python or a technology old hand, this micro PC is a exceptionally flexible machine.
It’s something of an understatement to say that there’s a lot you can do with the Raspberry Pi 3. Since the first Raspberry Pi was introduced in 2012, persons have been putting it to work on projects ranging from the useful to the extravagant. Like to write your own personal gaming programs? Take a glance. Need to make an intelligent media centre for your TV? Check out. Desire to breathe life into a classic children’s toy? Have a look.
In this article we have chosen Twenty beneficial projects to sink your teeth into – starting from the basic to the fiendish. These will even work if you’ve got a Raspberry Pi 2, though they might be a a little more tricky if you’ve got the original Raspberry Pi or the Raspberry Pi Zero.
The Twenty top Raspberry Pi projects
1. Raspberry Pi projects: Build up an AI assistant
2. Raspberry Pi projects: Write your own personal game
3. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a wireless extender
4. Raspberry Pi projects: Complete 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: Make 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: Produce your individual cloud server
14. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a mobile
15. Raspberry Pi projects: Make your own PiRate radio station
16. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a wise 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 machine
20. Raspberry Pi projects: A little arcade case