DIY gamebuino clones by albertinjo

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DIY gamebuino clones by albertinjo

Postby albertinjo » Sun Oct 05, 2014 9:37 am

Here I am uploading few pictures to show you the gamebuino clones I made in past 6 months.
If you look at the pictures left one is the DIY gamebuino v1.0 (I mentioned it in this post viewtopic.php?f=16&t=821)
it is hand soldered on a proto board.
And the right one is the all new DIY gamebuino v2.0 with a custom PCB I made.

I have been following gamebuino from the beginning of indiegogo campaign, and I must say this is a great little project.
I will continue developing my DIY gamebuinos, and I am happy looking at this project getting better from day to day.
Nice work R0d0t!
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Re: DIY gamebuino clones by albertinjo

Postby rodot » Sun Oct 05, 2014 4:21 pm

Nice job! :)
Do yo plan to release the layout, so people can etch their own?
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Re: DIY gamebuino clones by albertinjo

Postby albertinjo » Mon Oct 06, 2014 5:07 pm

Well, I do not really plan to release the layout yet. It has to be a lot improved, since it is the first PCB I drew completely myself.
It is really easy to make yourself one, just follow the schematics on the wiki.

Since I have two fakebuinos now, I am going to upload some pong multiplayer videos soon, it works perfect.
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Postby aderp1 » Tue Dec 16, 2014 12:41 am

How big is the soldered protoboard that you used?
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Re: DIY gamebuino clones by albertinjo

Postby albertinjo » Mon Dec 22, 2014 7:58 pm

I am sory for a slow reply. The soldered proto board is about 14.5cm x 6cm, same for the plexiglass ont the back. It is hand cutt, I was not aiming for some specific dimesnions.
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Postby albertinjo » Sat Jan 10, 2015 10:10 am

Here is an old video of me playing with the 3D rendering demo, take a look.
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Postby Jack1275 » Sun May 31, 2015 10:16 pm

U are a wise man i look a the schematics and i say wtf and is it possible to make this (not etched) on a arduino uno r3
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Re: DIY gamebuino clones by albertinjo

Postby Zvoc47 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 1:01 am

Hello, Albertinjo!

This guy's awesome. I know him in real life and I've seen his clones in my high school invention expo. That was the first time to play Gamebuino in my life after watching the Kickstarter trailer and I was amazed. It really works! I mostly like the audio jack mod.

Will you make another clone soon? I'm looking forward to see both of those combined into one with all the advantages :)
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