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Game'Art - Portable console

by Raoul404 Dec 11, 2017
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So is this a dead project? Would have loved to build this. Anyone find any tutorials?

Any luck on those instructions yet? I love this design and would love to give it a shot.

Did the instructions get published for this yet?

The idea is really good. One of the best is the second joystick, but I has began a similar project with the original 7“ touch screen (same electrical specifications like the pi 3 and lower power consumption) and an China lithium ion battery special for the pi. So I don’t need much less parts of your list and connections... I would like to print your case for test

Hi, really great project. Would like to repeat. Waiting for insturction.

I've got all the parts just waiting for the instructions :)

I have been toying with making a 7" version similar to what you have here. I just don't know all the in's and out's that are needed. I have everything but haven't actually made it. I really like what you did here and eagerly await to see your instructions.

Did you use a Teensy for the controls?

I've made Retropie consoles before, but not a handheld. I would LOVE to have one. Can't wait until you release the instructions. Alternatively, would you consider building one without the memory card (I would pop in my own) for a fee? Very very very interested for myself and friends.

when will you post the instructions?

I'm currently working on it ;)

I don't suppose you could upload a stereo version? Please and thank you.

Strongly january!!!

Looks awesome, definately going to have to build this.

How long do you get out of the batteries on this thing?

Thank you Stevene1 :D
You can play around 3 hours before getting out of batteries :)

Any links for a build guide or recommended hardware?

Hello !
The part list is now in the description, a tutorial will be available in january ;)
The total cost is around 70€ (around 80$)

Awesome, Thank you!

Man this looks great, what about the electronics ?