Hi, I'm new here. I joined to enter the world of electronics, and now I plan to make some changes to the portable wii. The main objective could be summarized in: modifying the aesthetics of the portable console, and trying to modify the circuits in order to make the inside of the console look neat (because all those wires are a mess)
I'm Kurisu, and I wanna get into console modding.
I've had some consoles and controllers disassembled by now, mostly for repairs, but I also did a custom paintjob for my Gamecube, and I'm planning to do more.
That's... why I'm here, to learn how to do more.
Hello! I have always loved portable projects and I'm finally in a place where I can take the time to complete them. Love all the work that has been posted here and the community has been extremely helpful in my portable builds.
Hello, my name is Juan, I live in Spain and I am passionate about video games but even more so about electronics, I have built some projects with Raspberry but I would like to build a laptop with native playback, who am I kidding!!! I love to spoon and weld here and cut there, so I'm going to get into the mess of making one with a wii 4 layers, what do you recommend to control the gamecube controller?
Hello! Been watching videos on portablization for a little while, and hoping to someday make my own! So I figured I'd make an account here, so when I inevitably mess up my project and break everything I can come and ask about what to do to AVOID having that happen again. Good to be here!
Hello, I'm better with software than hardware but have an ambitious portable console project which I hope to use for learning/experience. I've worked with AVR stuff before but for this project I'll be using an STM32 because it has enough I/O to be an almost-one-chip solution.
If you're curious you can message me for details but I don't really want to talk about it until I have something more tangible.