Pi in a PSP

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Re: Pi in a PSP

Post by Neslou » Thu Jan 24, 2019 4:01 pm

Hi Everybody,
I officialize the start of the contest "2001, the odyssey of the Pi ... SP", the only condition to participate ... subscribe to my Youtube channel ... 1 only winner for the full PiSP console ... it will be reveal the 1st of April 2019 ... and it's not an April Fool's joke
I go through tomquiz for the organization ..
The questions are in french but that does not prevent you from participating ...

Good luck to all of you!
http://tomquiz.com/contest_5c30c5f771fa5

As a bonus, a picture of the colors available for the future PiSP console.

Neslou.
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Re: Pi in a PSP

Post by Orochi Kusanagi » Thu Jan 24, 2019 11:53 pm

I have such fond memories of the PSP, it's always cool to see the case used for a project.

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Re: Pi in a PSP

Post by Neslou » Fri Jan 25, 2019 5:06 am

Yes, and also it change a little... to see all this GameBoy Zero lol... and a 4,3" screen is better for my eyes ....

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Re: Pi in a PSP

Post by Neslou » Tue Jan 29, 2019 11:05 am

Hi Everybody,
If you have some questions and/or suggestions, don't hesitate..
Maybe, I should open another topic dedicated to this project?
Regards.

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Re: Pi in a PSP

Post by Neslou » Sat Feb 02, 2019 8:21 am

Hello,
Even if nobody are following this post, i would just notify you that I have just opened a shop space on Etsy to facilitate the management of requests for pre-orders:

https://www.etsy.com/fr/shop/NeslouFrance

Maybe some of you will be interested in ?
I will not produce a lot of them...

First arrivals, first served .. must be between 6 to 10 weeks for deliveries.
Neslou

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Re: Pi in a PSP

Post by Neslou » Wed Mar 27, 2019 1:13 pm

Hello everyone,
Even if the video is in french i would like to share with you this exciting news..
I am very honored by the video produced by ArcadeGX on my PiSP prototype in Action ... With a small bonus inside;-)
Thank you Shura for this beautiful video presentation of my PiSP project!

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Re: Pi in a PSP

Post by Orochi Kusanagi » Wed Mar 27, 2019 4:34 pm

It is a thing of beauty my friend, nice work!

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Re: Pi in a PSP

Post by Neslou » Wed Mar 27, 2019 11:35 pm

Thank You Orochi Kusanagi!

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Re: Pi in a PSP

Post by JoeyOliveira » Tue Sep 10, 2019 12:39 am

Hi everyone! First I gotta say that's an awesome project!

I am quite trying to do the same stuff, but for a custom shell I made and using a Orange pi pc and a zero. Well, what inspired me was one of these pi retro handhelds. I bought some modules and stuff to make it, but wanted to do something more organized, like you did, an all in one board, for didactic and sharing purposes. I am a beginner in this electronics world so I have a lot to learn, so I thought that making this would be a good start. I asked some help in another forum but people didn't take it seriously, they thought I was trying to get some money from it using the help... just to let it clear, I don't mean it. I just want to build something cool, learn and share it. I love retro games and portability and thought it would be a good start on learning something new. Well, I mean to let it free for anyone who would be interested in build it when it get finished, and free to upgrade the project as well... or even build it to sell, as long as they will put their work to build it and I am asking for help to develop it, so I think it's fair enough to let the archive's free for download. I developed a case on fusion 360, inspired by a snes, but there's a lot of changes to do, as long as I made it based on the modules, not in a all in one motherboard. Btw, i hope there's anyone intrested in help me with this project, I'd be very happy! And you can trust me, I don't wanna use anybody to geat ahead or so, just want to learn and make some cool stuff to be shared. Image
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Re: Pi in a PSP

Post by reipet » Thu Oct 24, 2019 9:27 pm

I would still be interested in this project.
Perfect would be an upgrade for a CM to be used. I would like to do it but no experience in electronics at all.

Who could support here? I could let a new Prototype PCB be made in China.

All former guys who have been working on this havent responded to me.

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