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For this project I took a Raspberry Pi 4, put a case on it and attached a display. I attached this to a mount on top of my Xbox controller. I took rubber bands and attached a power bank to the mount also. I then used Batocera as the OS for the retro gaming system.
An Arduino Uno, turned into a "mainframe", controlled through punchcards, output through serial - demonstrated to add two numbers in a custom programming environment running on Arduino, called 1V0 Tz III.
The EasyFlash 1CR is a cartridge for the Commodore 64 that implements the EasyFlash format. Many modern Commodore 64 titles are released in the EasyFlash format and the EasyFlash1CR allows you to build a dedicated cartridge for a game. It can be built from industry standard through-hole components.