Pac-Man, Flappy Bird, Breakout and Octopus Game console that fits into your palmDesigned by Phoenix CNC, OLEDiUNO, Ships from Bulgaria
Most innovated custom PCB with too many features to list. OLEDiESP version with microSD card support out now.
What is it? A tiny game console with 4 games that you can select from the menu and play anywhere. It comes like in the picture, fully assembled and tested for function. 3D case design files to foll...Read More…
A tiny game console with 4 games that you can select from the menu and play anywhere. It comes like in the picture, fully assembled and tested for function.
3D case design files to follow soon.
Because I like retro games from the 80's and the love to OLED displays as my other products show.
It is tiny, portable and having 4 games in 1, that you can play one handed. I will release a 3D printed case too that you can either download for free and print yourself or order it printed by me. As you can see in the video, it is really tiny. The PCB is 56x28 mm and only 10 mm thick including the 190mAh Lipo battery that can be charged with any 5 volt charger or just connect it to your PC or laptop.
Emmanuel | April 9, 2018
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I build the best Atmega328 based micro OLEDiUNO PCB that enables you to connect a I2C OLED display directly to the PCB. Plus the OLEDiUNO now OLEDiMAX PCB features an on board navigation switch, slide switch integrated Lipo charging circuit, micro USB port and 4 SMD LED's in each corner.
New product is out. It is the OLEDiESP with microSD card support, please see my listing for more info.
Also build the best Grbl based CNC Controller with PWM output, spindle enable and coolant outputs among other features not found on any Arduino shields.