mgoulart
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Brazilian Arcade Cabinet

Sun Mar 30, 2014 1:28 am

So guys,

I will share some pictures of my arcade cabinet. I built it with two controllers, RPi and LCD 19.5".
I'm using Retropie + Emulation Station as frontend to access the games. My arcade has SNES, NES, Genesis, Intellivision, Atari 2600, Playstation, Mame, FBA, Cave Story, Doom and Duke Nukem 3D.
I'm trying to run OpenBoR, emulate MSX and Master System!
I will try to translate to English a video that uploaded on Dailymotion. On the video, I try to explain how I made the cabinet and the challenges to achieve my objective.

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hargus
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Re: Brazilian Arcade Cabinet

Sun Mar 30, 2014 3:49 am

Português:

Olá amigo!

Ótimo trabalho, estou criando o meu, mas estou com um problema nos controladores. quais você usou?

Na verdade estou tentando criar um usando controles USB não será bem um Arcade mas sim um gamestation compreende?

English:

Hello friend!

Great job, I'm creating my own, but I have a problem in the drivers. which you used?

I'm actually trying to create a control using USB will not be as well an Arcade but a Gamestation understand?

mgoulart
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Re: Brazilian Arcade Cabinet

Sun Mar 30, 2014 12:45 pm

Português:

Eu estou utilizando um kit com botões Sanwa que vende no Aliexpress. Ele contem a manopla, os botões, os fios e a placa que faz interface entre os comandos e o RPi através do cabo USB, ou seja, a placa já tem saída USB, sem necessidades de novas placas ou soldas. A instalação fica bem mais simplificada, além disso não precisei nenhuma configuração adicional no RPi pois essa placa é detectada pelo Raspbian!

English:

I'm using a Sanwa kit that is selling on Aliexpress. This kit contains stick, buttons, cables and an USB interface board between the commands and RPi, in other words, this board has a USB output and no need new boards or soldering. The installation is very easy in this way, furthermore isn't necessary further configuration since this USB interface board was easily detected on Raspbian!

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Re: Brazilian Arcade Cabinet

Mon Mar 31, 2014 2:35 pm

Great job, very VERY cool :)

mgoulart
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Re: Brazilian Arcade Cabinet

Sat May 03, 2014 7:16 pm

Finally! Sorry about any grammar error!

http://youtu.be/iHB9kgPJ1SE

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