RaspBMO: A BMO-inspired video game emulator powered by Raspberry Pi

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BMO (or Beemo) has already played its part as a video game console in the Adventure Time series – and this obviously has to do with its Game Boy Color-inspired form that comes with Atari 2600 controllers. Well, this time around, Mike Barretta (3Derp) of Thingiverse has gone the meta way to create a real video game emulator that ’emulates’ the BMO. Aptly christened as the RaspBMO, the DIY contraption is fueled by a Raspberry Pi Model A+ and a Teensy 2.0 micro-controller. This power-train is encapsulated within a 3D printed case, while the emulator’s interface boasts of a 3.5-inch LCD screen.

The nifty finish is complemented by the SNES controllers – with the entire setup having the capacity to play classics like The Legend of Zelda, Super Mario World and Doom. And, in case you are wondering about the groovy built, do take a gander at the downloadable instructions provided by the DIYer over at Thingiverse.

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RaspBMO: A BMO-inspired video game emulator powered by Raspberry Pi

BMO (or Beemo) has already played its part as a video game console in the Adventure Time series – and this obviously has to do with its Game Boy Color-inspired form that comes with Atari 2600 controllers. Well, this time around, Mike Barretta (3Derp) of Thingiverse has gone the meta way to create a real video game emulator that ’emulates’ the BMO. Aptly christened as the RaspBMO, the DIY contraption is fueled by a Raspberry Pi Model A+ and a Teensy 2.0 micro-controller. This power-train is encapsulated within a 3D printed case, while the emulator’s interface boasts of a 3.5-inch LCD screen.

The nifty finish is complemented by the SNES controllers – with the entire setup having the capacity to play classics like The Legend of Zelda, Super Mario World and Doom. And, in case you are wondering about the groovy built, do take a gander at the downloadable instructions provided by the DIYer over at Thingiverse.

RaspBMO_BMO-Inspired_Video_Game_Emulator_Raspberry_Pi_1 RaspBMO_BMO-Inspired_Video_Game_Emulator_Raspberry_Pi_2 RaspBMO_BMO-Inspired_Video_Game_Emulator_Raspberry_Pi_3 RaspBMO_BMO-Inspired_Video_Game_Emulator_Raspberry_Pi_4

Via: LaughingSquid

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