I have been collecting parts and working on this for years, and I am finally ready to start a worklog! I have all the parts I need from what I can tell, and I have what I believe to be a solid plan for building it too. Parts collected: 3.5 inch screen, from adafruit Game Cube Controller New analogue stick
This lamp is made out of wood, and is made in the style of a rice paper lamp. I made it for my fiancee (Lara from LightsCameraAnxiety.ca) for a Christmas gift. Let me know what you think!
About a year ago I made a mod on one of my NES Controllers, I make it into a wireless USB controller. For this project, I used the chip from an old wireless USB keyboard, an old Gameboy Advanced SP battery, and obviously a NES controller. This mod was a “quick” and fun one, the hardest part was figuring out
I was recently in a discussion with a fellow modder here at BitFix about making a logo for the carrying case of his mod, I suggested an acetone transfer might work, but at the time I had no idea what the process was, so I looked into it more. I found out that its pretty easy and can result in
I have built another Game Boy mod! This one is a DS Lite mod. Basically, I took off the top screen, I had to add a resistor to make the DS think that the top screen was still on. This mod is more of a nostalgic type mod; I really like GameBoy’s. also, I want to add an r4 chip
Over the last break I had from university, I built a wooden ocarina. It has 6 holes, and sounds pretty cool. I made it out of douglas fir, and wenge. I made this short video to show you it being played, I hope you enjoy!
After a lot of working for about three days, at about three hours a day, I have a working fridge that looks like a Game Boy. This idea came to me when I saw something sort of similar online, just a decal for a fridge that looked like a Game Boy, and I looked over at my mini fridge