i will make a portable gaming console like pspjamesh wrote:Pimoroni are launching PiCade - sounds like its the sort of project you may want to try.
https://github.com/mmoller2k/pikeyd this is the daemon i was speaking of. this way you can connect buttons to the gpionexusrex wrote:i will make a portable gaming console like pspjamesh wrote:Pimoroni are launching PiCade - sounds like its the sort of project you may want to try.
like ben heck's but mine emulate psx , genesis , neogeo , game gear , gba , gbc , snes and nes
but i don't know how to connect the psx buttons to the gpio
i want a map to connecting
thanks and i will learn programing with minecraft pi editionnoob wrote:you probably have to buy a usb hub, as you need a few more ports. google for "universal gpio keyboard daemon", with this you can easily wire up buttons to the gpio, but with a teensy you can also wire up analog sticks. i can't really tell you what to do, the big purpose of the pi is to make you tinker with stuff, not to follow tutorials. for the rest, i suggest you to download openarena from the pi store if you like fps games, if you like gba games, this is a nice emu. /viewtopic.php?t=37433
in the magpi No.3 there is a list of games you can download via apt-get . just look around in the pi store, there are always things you'll like.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Rear-View-Color ... lcd+screen
this is the screen ben heck used too.
thanksnoob wrote:what do you mean with map? the way the gpio works? here is a pinout, but i thought it would be easier with teensy.
yes like thisnoob wrote:adafruit does ship to egypt, as they use ups, but theres a store in your town that sells rpis?