I've been working on this project on and off this summer. It was originally intended for the summer building contest but i had to put it on the shelf for a while due to personal reasons. Now that I have a one week break from uni, I figured I should get it over with because it kind of ticks me off to just see it sitting on my desk... This portable is an odroid C-0 based emulation console. It will run a custom version of debian made for retro gaming, similar to retropie. The C-0 is an soc like the raspberry pi, but more powerful. see for yourself: http://www.hardkernel.com/main/products/prdt_info.php?g_code=G145326484280 features: - heavily frankencased gba housing - debian jessie (Mate desktop) - wifi and bluetooth - iphone speakers and switching headphone jack with software based volume control - 3000 mAh battery - 3.5 inch resitive touch screen screen - 3ds sliders, ds lite buttons, gba d-pad - ds lite stylus for touchscreen navigation Using a teensy 3.2, i programmed my own resistive touchscreen driver which converts touch input to mouse input (amazing microcontroller btw; it's tiny, identifies as a usb gamepad+mouse+keyboard and runs at 96 mhz). It also doubles up as the gamepad. So far, I have done all the case work and have finished mounting components in the front panel. The case is made from an original gameboy advance housing with a custom made front plate carved in plastic, with a few ds lite parts frankecased. casework: painted and with front plate components mounted: I have three days to : - hardwire all usb components (teensy, audio board, wi-fi, bluetooth) - make a low battery indicator - redo all the software on the odroid (broke my sd-card in a very stupid way) - mount all components in the bottom case half - close up this fucker!