Raspberry Pi enthusiasts that have an old Game Boy gathering dust in a drawer or attic may be interested in a new project that has been unveiled this week which installs a Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC together with a few other components such as an SD card reader and colour screen into the case of a retro Game Boy.
Pictured on the left in the image above you can see that the Game Boy Zero as the device has been named is similar in every way to the original Game Boy form factor and everything is enclosed within the casing.
Check out the video below to learn more about how the Game Boy Zero project was created and what you need to be able to create your very own. for full instructions jump over to the Imgur website for step-by-step images revealing what needs to be included inside the Game Boy case which has been modified to add an extra couple of buttons for compatibility with a wider range of games using the Emulation Station a graphical and themeable emulator front-end can be seen in action in the video below.
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Source: SploidFiled Under: DIY Projects, Top News