Project Raspberry Pi Famicom.About as immaginative as "Project imagination doorway", I&#039;m still waiting for the circuit board to arrive, but I&#039;ve gotten some preliminary work done on the shell.<br /> Microswitches mounted to the Eject and Reset buttons so that they might serve a purpose, and USB jumpers mounted to the controller ports. (I am going to need to shorten those at some point.) A 3rd USB port is planned to be mounted inside the cartridge slot, but until I can get that planned out, the USB in controller slot 2 should work just as well.<br /> <br /> <img src="" title="" alt="" class="bbcodeimg" align="absmiddle" /><br /> If everything goes according to plan, this is all the cosmetic differences there will be.<br /> <br /> I have ordered a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B to use inside this thing, and have already downloaded everything that I should need.<br /> ...It just needs to arrive...<br /> <br /> 52Sat, 09 Sep 2017 14:10:36 -0400Bibby: should be a lot of fun! I always like it when people do cool things with their Raspberry Pi, and it&#039;s a great way to reuse your Super Famicom shell.1Sat, 09 Sep 2017 21:31:47 -0400HylianDev:!<br /> <br /> I&#039;ve been wanting to make a Raspberry Pi emulation machine for a little while. I haven&#039;t gotten around to it yet. But I&#039;ve got my old consoles still and I&#039;m buying a CRT television today, so I&#039;m good on that front for now.225Thu, 14 Sep 2017 09:50:37 -0400Nite: in due time. Seems my board is going to be a biiiiit delayed.... Wish the seller would let me know why, but that is an outside dispute to be disputed outside.52Thu, 14 Sep 2017 11:56:35 -0400Mon, 16 Jul 2018 22:24:38 -0400