Did you like the NES Mini? With this cartridge with Raspberry Pi and 2400 Zero games you are going to hallucinate


Projects emulators consoles are not new, but the arrival of the new NES Mini is serving for people interested to delve into the wonderful world of the maker community, where they can jump-start fascinating projects with the help of a Raspberry Pi, which it offers possibilities (almost) endless.

Today we will know one of the most amazing projects born of the imagination and ingenuity of the members of the maker community, because it makes use of an original piece of the NES, in this case a cartridge, to turn it into a powerful emulator console with capacity for 2400 classic games.

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You do not need the Nintendo Classic Mini: The Raspberry Pi gives you that and more

Nintendo Classic Mini

What happens to Nintendo? We had been months without much to tell the Japanese video game giant and spent two weeks in which between the social phenomenon created by Pokémon Go and newly introduced Nintendo Mini Classic: Nintendo Entertainment System not stop talking about them.

That we love, of course, especially since it seems that the company has known how to choose the right time to combine the launch of a product that looks to the future with another, this retro console that looks to the past. The only problem? If you want to enjoy the old NES games you can do so easily and cheaply through an old acquaintance: The Raspberry Pi.

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Kodi wants you to see the movies in the lounge with Raspberry Pi and created it a perfect package


At this point in the film, almost everyone knows what a plate Raspberry Pi, and I suppose many will also know Kodi, cross – platform media center that led to the famous “Xbox Media Center” or XBMC. For some time together, they are making way lead, taking advantage of the characteristics and philosophy of each.

Raspberry Pi is a small, very affordable plate, capable of doing many things, so quickly was embraced by communities of students and makers. One of the most sought practical applications for this low-cost hardware is to generate content for TV. They did not take long to make Kodi get along with Raspberry.

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