Learn to configure a Raspberry Pi into multiple different devices capable of playing retro games. Beyond theory, this book focuses heavily on projects—such as making a console to attach to a TV or computer display and making a tabletop arcade machine.
Retro-gaming enthusiasts are using the Pi to make a dizzying variety of game playing hardware.
And there are emulators for every platform imaginable, and many models available online to download and make on a 3D printer or laser cutter. He was the founding editor-in-chief of MAKE, the only magazine exclusively devoted to do-it-yourself projects, and the founding editor-in-chief of Wired Online.
He was an editor at Wired magazine and Wired Books from He's also the editor-in-chief of Cool Tools, a tool review site with roots to the Whole Earth Catalog.
Mark's also an artist and designer, and his work has appeared in group and solo gallery exhibitions throughout the United States. Ryan Bates focuses on the small-scale arcade experience.
Turn a Raspberry Pi into an Awesome Media Center Using OSMC
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