raspberry pi

  1. Skedaddlez

    Worklog GCShuffle

    Hey all, I've been gone a while and was only here very briefly. Life got busy and my previous project (a Wii portable) was put on hold until I am inspired. My current project may interest many of you though! I call it GCShuffle, a fun little board that is capable of mixing up Gamecube...
  2. fibbef

    Super Notendo

    After conceiving of this project nearly 5 years ago, I'm pleased to finally present the Super Notendo! Originally titled the "Notendo Toggle" when I started my worklog, I changed the name and reserved the "Toggle" moniker for another project. The video more or less explains it all, but the...
  3. LRFPV

    Worklog Wii Motion++ (RetroPie+Raspberry Pi+Wiimote)

    Hello, this is my first thread; so if I seem a bit out of place...I'm still learning haha! This is a little project I call Wii Motion++ It's a Raspberry Pi running RetroPie and a 1.3 inch LCD shoved into a Wii Remote. Fully functional buttons (D-pad, 1, 2, A, B, and yes, even the power button...
  4. Question Analog joystick (raspberry pi)

    Hi, I'm trying to build a portable console by using raspberry pi 4, and I want to connect analog sticks to it. Is there a way how to connect an analog joystick(preferable from the Switch or Vita) to GPIO pins? or maybe something like a connector to USB? Thanks in advance.
  5. Tech Flare

    Question Mini USB soldering directly to Raspberry Pi USB not working

    Hey guys, idk if this is the right place to be asking about this, but I am making a handheld Raspberry Pi retro game console, and I made a custom controller with a Teensy++ 2.0. This board uses a Mini USB cable to interface with the Raspberry Pi. I wanted to solder it directly to the Pi's USB...
  6. Tech Flare

    Raspberry Pi Handheld Audio Help

    Hey guys, so I am making a handheld (sheck out my worklog here), and I am trying to figure out what I should do for audio. My plan is to have a 3.5mm audio out so I can plug in headphones, but I also want to have speakers as well. The screen i'm using (link here) already has an audio amplifier...
  7. Tech Flare

    Solved Trying to Power a Raspberry Pi and 5" LCD Screen with 1 Battery

    Hello everyone, I've been working on making a portable Raspberry Pi for a while now, and it's so close to being done. Here's a link to my worklog that has more details: hackaday.io. Everything is working except my power setup. Basically I am trying to power this 5" display and the Raspberry Pi...
  8. when the

    Raspberry pi kit that requires soldering

    The title says most of it, looking online a lot of the major appeal of raspberry Pi kits is that no soldering is needed, but I got my first iron recently and was looking for a kit that needs soldering, or maybe some guides online on what I could do with a Pi that needs soldering, thanks!
  9. fibbef

    Hot Apple Pi

    After kicking this idea around in my head for about 3 years, I finally made the Hot Apple Pi a reality. Vitals: -3.5" screen with 320x240 ULD (ultra low density) resolution -Raspberry Pi 2 Model B v1.1 -2 18650 rechargeable battery cells of dubious capacity -50 or so games, most of them not...
  10. fibbef

    Worklog Hot Apple Pi

    Three years ago I came up with a design for a meme portable as part of a mini contest that Aurelio put on. It was enough to win me a GC+ (thanks and by the way, I swear I will put it to good use someday) and I told myself I would someday actually make the portable from my design. The design...
  11. Dmcke5

    Worklog A Switch Lite Sized Raspberry Pi Portable

    Hi guys, thought I'd share my first project with you all. I've already finished the first iteration of this project but I will try and do this in a build log style so you can see some of my process before I start on some of the upgrades I've got planned. Late last year I was without a project...
  12. The Next Guy

    The Super Pi

    So over the last 2 weeks, I've been working on a project using the Raspberry Pi 3 as a portable gaming device. (Very original huh?) I made an attempt with it before using some really silly stuff inside of it: A USB SNES Controller, 18560s, RPI default audio... and so on. The final case thickness...
  13. Dango

    Discussion Gameboy Advance SP with Raspberry Pi 0

    I don't know where else to post this so I guess i'll put it here. This is my first electronics project and i'm super proud of how it came out. Big thank you to gameboypi for putting all the info up on GitHub and helping me when I got stuck!
  14. Question GamePi Advance Attachment

    Hello; I've had a project on my desk for some months now, where the idea was to modify the Gameboy cartridge player for the Gamecube, remove the board and replace it with a Raspberry Pi with RetroPie. This way, not only can the bottom attachment display Gameboy cartridges, it can also emulate...
  15. Question Looking to start making a Vita dock, need electronics advice.

    Note before starting, I have very little knowledge of electronics, good knowledge of 3D modeling, and limited programming experience. I'm looking to design and 3D print a dock for the PS Vita that has a Raspberry Pi 3 B+ to output video. This has been done before, but I want to also add a...
  16. darkwing

    PIS2 - PS2 portable with build in SMB server

    So it's finally time to post this project in this section I believe. It's been quite a while since I started this project and it kind of evolve over the years. From thinking of using DVD drive all the way back in 2013 to looking into obscure hard drive setup for the slim, experimenting with...
  17. timestopMachinist

    Question battery questions

    I'm making a portable emulation machine with the pi 4, and im confused about power solutions. im using this screen with this controller board. I'm new to this, if you couldnt tell. I realize that it would be difficult to power both with one battery, so i dont mind using more than one. I was...
  18. FreedomCookie

    Question Help wiring switching audio

    I think I know how to do this, but I just wanna make sure before I go ahead and start. I'm planning on wiring in a headphone/amp switching circuit to my handheld (a unit running RetroPie), which is on a Raspberry Pi B+. Using this TRS jack as an example, I'm pretty sure I need to wire Terminal...
  19. Tech Flare

    QUESTION - LED Light Strip Controlled by Raspberry Pi Camera

    I have a christmas party to go to tonight, and I was interested in making a cool light up sweater using LED light strips, and controlling the colors of it using the raspberry pi camera so it reflects whatever the camera sees, but after researching a little I found no information on how to do...
  20. MRKane

    Seek Thermal Compact or Flir One

    Gidday all, Does anyone have a Seek Thermal Compact or Flir One that they'd be willing to sell for less than an arm and leg? See I've got it in my head that it'd be helpful to develop something to go on my drone that would allow me to do some thermal imaging for spotting livestock during...
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