I’ve been thinking about building my own Raspberry Pi console with RetroPie for the past several months, and I finally did it! Getting RetroPie to run took a lot longer than building this console, which was relatively easy. But there is a downside, more on that later.
Continue reading ➞ Flux Capacitor RetroPie Console
In my opinion there’s a potentially big market for a modern flat panel display that comes in a 4:3 aspect ratio. A display which is specifically intended to be used with retro gaming consoles or arcade cabinets.
Continue reading ➞ A Modern 4:3 Display For Game Consoles of Yesterday
This was going to be my original approach for the previous NES clone console design, but once I settled on a clear plastic cover for the cartridge bay I opted for a Nintendo look. Thought I’d revisit the concept, which is a homage to the unloved TurboGrafx 16 (PC Engine in Europe/Japan).
Continue reading ➞ Turbo Grafx 16 NES Clone Console
Here is a Han Solo USB Desk Grommet that plugs into a desk grommet, obviously. This design could also come in a “car charger” variant that could plug into a cup holder. The base has LEDs that illuminate when a device is plugged in.
Continue reading ➞ Han Solo In Carbonite USB Desk Grommet
This is from the cutting room floor of the jewel case console design a few posts back. I went with that design because it could be used for ALL platforms, however I did start things off with a Genesis-only design, thought I’d share it here.
Continue reading ➞ SEGA Genesis Cartridge Cover System
I was going over the dozens and dozens of SNES USB controllers listed at Amazon, and it occurred to me that no one made a version that resembled the controller at the beginning of Toy Story 2. Maybe someone could offer this color variant? I know I’d want one.
Continue reading ➞ Toy Story 2 SNES Controller
Here’s a camera stand based on Nintendo’s Virtual Boy. The adjustable clamp holds any phone in place (vertically or horizontally), a setup I’ve seen many YouTubers employ for filming their videos.