RetroPiNES Zero - NES Controller with a Pi Zero running RetroPie
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UPDATE: January 21, 2016. I have built an instructable for this make, enjoy.
UPDATE: January 18, 2016. I have uploaded a new .stl file for this make (v1.1), it fixes a number of minor issues with spacing of the screw holes and the USB and HDMI ports.
This hack combined three of my favorite subject retro gaming, electronics (lite) and micro computing. I have been looking for a project to get my feet wet on Raspberry Pi. Browsing thingiverse I found the perfect one, Tomvdb's PI Zero Nes Controller.
I remade his design from scratch to give it a few of the upgrades that people recommended in the comments, plus a few of my own, including a thicker base and mount points to screw down the Pi Zero. These make for a little taller end result, but still very manageable as a controller.
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