Posts Tagged ‘console’

Building an Atari Punk console

Tuesday, August 21st, 2018

Øyvind shows you how to easily make a DIY Atari Punk console: Do you want a fun and easy-to-build circuit? Here’s the simple, but fun Atari Punk Console – with schematics and parts list. It’s a quick build, so you can easily build it during an evening. It takes its...

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DIY touch based nes controller

Monday, February 23rd, 2015

In this video Taylor of Electricreations demonstrates their DIY touch based nes controller.  

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DIY PSU console

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

Simon wrote a post on his blog detailing his DIY PSU console assembly: If I was going to build a power supply display add on, I decided to add some current limiting to it as well - but it had to be simple, cheap, and work with the panel meters. Yes you...

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Gamecube controller to N64 adapter

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

Scasagrande shared his Gamecube controller to N64 adapter in the project log forum: Today I bring to you my Gamecube controller to N64 adapter. Basically I was playing my N64 and was sad about how the analogue sticks are getting old and loose. So I did some research, found some Arduino...

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Bus Pirate: Pirate-Loader for Linux, Mac, Windows upgrades

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

See the latest version in the documentation wiki. This how-to describes the Pirate-Loader console program that uploads new firmware to Bus Pirates with bootloader v4+. Piotr whipped up this easy to use console app with versions for Windows, Linux, and Mac (source). The first release is here, though the latest console...

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