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Tweaker allows Nin10do console-based Raspberry Pi
Tweaker TheDanielSpies is based on a Raspberry Pi built their own NES-like console. Using a 3D printer and Autodesk software housing the Nin10do retro console was turned off.
TheDanielSpies either Daniel Spies, took the classic NES console from 1986 as a base. He wanted to build a NES compatible console that was basic to high-definition televisions to connect. As a basis he took a Raspberry Pi B +. With Autodesk 123D he developed on the NES-like enclosure. This he showed printouts by a company with a 3D printer xt polyester.
During the design he has placed the USB connection to the controllers behind a flap that opens automatically with the push of a button and can be closed. According to the tweaker gives a ‘authentic Nintendo feeling.
ARM SOC Raspberry Pi B + according TheDanielSpies significantly overclocked, so games run smoother. He’s cool cubes placed on the processor to ensure that it is not too hot. He also had to adapt the necessary code to make it as user friendly as possible, the emulation software on the Nin10do console. Besides old Nintendo games console can also plenty of standard classical dos games.Viewing:-155
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