Arcade Machine with Pi 3

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Arcade Machine with Pi 3 by energy85 Nov 12, 2016
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None of the amazon links seem to work anymore. Can you provide descriptions or model numbers of the parts. Think links offer no clue as to what it is linking to??

Hallo Schönes Projekt.

Hello make with putty or other FTP Connection to pi and make it so :

sudo nano /boot/config.txt

go to the end of lines and :


then STRG+O save and Exit STRG+X

reboot and then they rotate 180 °

Thanks, I can try that. The display angle on these screens is not so great but that will at least get me up and running.


This is a cool project, thanks. I cannot get the screen to work however, appears it only fits properly upside down :(

Anyone have that issue, any recommendations?

What screws did you use?
Welche Schrauben hast du hier verwendet?
und welche längen?


habe m3 Senkkopfschrauben verwendet mit variierten zwischen 8 und 12mm

This was a really fun project to complete. Thank you for posting it!

Does this fit onto a 200x200x180 print bed?

Anyone figured out how all the electronic pieces posted go together? (Specifically hooking up the power receptacle to power the monitor and raspberry pi and hooking up the audio controller to the pi?) Also, Anyone got a link for the power switch in the picture?

You should be able to find all the parts you need on Amazon. Also check out Retropie project. Youtube probably has some videos to help you as well.