The original NES Mini motherboard is here on eBay:
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Here’s a list:
Auto shutdown: I removed the MausBerry onboard power switch, and female USB power output to save space. I directly soldered/wired to the Mini’s power switch to the MausBerry, and the MausBerry’s 5v power output to the Pi’s Power pads on the bottom. GPIO from the MausBerry is also directly solder to the bottom of the Pi’s GPIO pins. http://mausberry-circuits.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/shutdown-switch-with-rocker
‘Reset, Load, Slot -/+, Save’ buttons, are all wired to resistors and programmed to trigger keyboard presses. Just something I had lying a around from when I had a Nexus 7 tablet in my car for steering wheel controls to work. I wanted a GPIO solution but again, I had this lying around and time was a factor to be the first with a completed Mini conversion. Will convert to GPIO at some point to free up a usb port. http://www.rcjoycon.com/carpc-joycon-exr/
Pixel theme is tweaked for CRT’s by enlarging the game name text. I’m not sure how to upload this without pissing off the creator of the theme.
Emulation station background music script is here, I just commented out any onscreen “print” status displays for a seamless look: https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/347/background-music-continued-from-help-support/3
To make the boot text disappear: sudo nano /boot/cmdline.txt
change console=tty1 to console=tty3 add these at the end of the line: loglevel=3 quiet logo.nologo
Video splashscreen is in this video’s description. I just removed the audio, and added in my own sound effects. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzYLsccn9pU
Raspberry Pi 3: 20 of the very best projects you could try with the minuscule computer
Had a Raspberry Pi 3? Listed here Twenty exceptional projects to begin
The Raspberry Pi 3 is probably the best beginning points for employing program code. Whether you’re a first-timer with Python or a tech old hand, this micro computer is a incredibly well versatile device.
It’s something of an understatement to say that there’s lots to do with the Raspberry Pi 3. Since the first Raspberry Pi was introduced in 2012, everyone has been putting it to work on projects ranging from the helpful to the unbelievable. Are planning to write your very own gaming applications? Have a lookt. Want to make a smart media centre for your Television? Look. Would like to breathe life into a unforgettable children’s plaything? Look.
At this point we have chosen Twenty rewarding projects to sink your teeth into – starting from the effortless to the hard. These will even work for those who have a Raspberry Pi 2, though they might be a a little more complicated if you possess the original Raspberry Pi or the Raspberry Pi Zero.
The Twenty finest Raspberry Pi projects
1. Raspberry Pi projects: Build up an Artificial Intelligence assistant
2. Raspberry Pi projects: Write your 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 Television
7. Raspberry Pi projects: Complete a Kodi streamer
8. Raspberry Pi projects: Create a download hub
9. Raspberry Pi projects: Make a dedicated Minecraft machine
10. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a camera trap
11. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a case
12. Raspberry Pi projects: Take control of your stereo wirelessly
13. Raspberry Pi projects: Make your own cloud server
14. Raspberry Pi projects: Create a cellphone
15. Raspberry Pi projects: Build your unique PiRate radio station
16. Raspberry Pi projects: Build a intelligent beer fridge
17. Raspberry Pi projects: Create a PiCam
18. Raspberry Pi projects: Create a talking toy
19. Raspberry Pi projects: Create a bitcoin mining machine
20. Raspberry Pi projects: A teeny arcade cabinet