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Everything turned out pretty smooth. The tablet's usb connector powers the encoder, which also has two 5v out connectors which power the led buttons and some spliced battery operated Christmas lights. The only thing left to do is to finish drawing the side art and get it printed and stuck on. I happened to stumble upon this orange and blue marquee while browsing the internet, and it looked too good to ignore, considering it matched my color scheme of orange with blue accents. Thanks for your help.
My tablet, a Toshiba Thrive, has a built in full size usb port, so I am about 98 percent sure I can get the controller part to work, as I've used an xbox 360 wired controller with it in the past. If the encoder doesn't work, I've been soldering since I was a teenager, so worst case scenario is that I have to butcher a gamepad's circuit board and solder connections to it. I was just looking for bartop cabinet plans mainly. I'll let you know when I get to work on it.
Do you think that this setup could work with an old android tablet, which has a 10.1 inch display like your screen? The tablet's about an inch thick, and I was thinking of doing something very similar, except using a zero delay encoder, Led Buttons, and mame4droid on a Toshiba Thrive.If nothing else, your instructable has massively helped me out in finding a place to start. Thanks.
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