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The purpose of this project is to create a modern slimline version of an arcade cocktail cabinet. Also to do other tasks such as browse web or write e...
The LCD screen I went with a 24inch LCD screen with LED backlight. Select any size screen you wish. Make sure it has good viewing angles as the scre...
Start with the sides and the legs. Make sure the sides are easily long, wide and deep enough to accommodate the screen. Also the raspberry pi, speaker...
The perspex is screwed into the recess underneath the top. The LCD screen is not pressed up hard against the perspex as the pressure effected the disp...
8 GPIO inputs are used. 4 for the joystick and 4 buttons. An old floppy disk drive cable is cut to size. This plugs into the raspberry pi. The other e...
Warning: This step required opening up the case of some old cheap computer speakers. Mains voltage is inside and care should be taken. You could mak...
A boot menu allows the selection of games using advanced mame, or web browsing which boots into a window manager.
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Nice. Although what are you using the P2 button for? maybe install retropi?
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