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Ben finishes his Raspberry Pi portable gaming device.
Ben finishes his Raspberry Pi portable gaming device in this episode. He goes over a 3D printed case, device assembly and software install.
00:38 - Maker Faire
00:55 - The Plan
01:41 - Case Ideas
02:31 - Pi Case
04:12 - Assembling the Case
06:44 - The Case Comes Together
08:41 - Installing the Pi and More
15:22 - Installing MAME and Playing Games
16:50 - Viewer Question
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Ben shares his excitement for the upcoming Maker Faire in San Mateo, CA.
Ben goes over his plan to complete the Raspberry Pi Portable.
Ben gives some tips on making cases at home without a laser cutter.
Ben shows the case he designed for the Pi Portable and prints it with his MakerBot.
Ben assembles the top of the case and stuffs it with hardware.
Ben continues to assemble the top of the case and runs a test to make sure everything's still working.
Ben prints the bottom of the case and installs the hardware, wiring and soldering along the way.
Ben shows you how to install MAME on your Raspberry Pi then plays some games with his new portable gaming device.
Ben answers a viewer question.