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Porta Pi Arcade: A DIY Mini Arcade Cabinet for Raspberry Pi

A project in Pittsburgh, PA by Ryan Bates

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A customizable, laser-cut, retro, chunky, Do-It-Yourself, miniature video arcade cabinet for the Raspberry Pi.
Backers: 148
Average Pledge Per Backer: $193

Funded: $28,588 of $13,000
Dates: Dec 9th -> Jan 8th (30 days)
Project By: Ryan Bates
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Latest News

HD Ultra Neon Lightening Legendary Edition Complete.

January 4th - via:
I finally got one put together. I do apologize for the length of time it took.CHECK OUT THE YOUTUBE VIDEO! The reason why it took so long- Since I kept improving the cabinet design, it was best to hold-off from cutting the neon version until the... (Read More)

Buttons on the Inside?!

December 29th - via:
I know, I thought it was a terrible idea too; but, I did not have a solution until now. :| You may have noticed I placed the monitor buttons inside the cabinet, behind the marquee/speaker vent panel. If you wanted to adjust the monitor's... (Read More)

Latest Cabinet Design + Features!

December 24th - via:
Watch the video! Important things to know: Cabinet is 1" smaller in height and depth (easier on wrists when playing on a desk). Speaker + amp mount plate sub assembly design Speaker vent holes on marquee panel USB/Ethernet cut-outs on back panel New... (Read More)

Optimal Speaker Location Achieved!

December 16th - via:
After many weeks of not loving where I had placed the stereo speakers in the Porta- Pi, I finally figured it out: I know it's only 4-buttons. just ignore that! Here's the new location! Hidden and safe from dust, falling objects, and those mystery... (Read More)

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