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Weekend Hacker Make An Arcade Cabinet Raspberry Pi
Weekend Hacker Make An Arcade Cabinet Raspberry Pi
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Learn how to make a 360 video camera! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-Learn how to make an Arcade Cabinet using a Raspberry Pi. This video will walk you through the steps of creating an Arcade Machine from scratch.PiMame http:blog.sheasilverman.compimame-raspberry-pi-os-download RPi Arcade Cabinet Wiki http:www.tinkernut.comwikipageEpisode_340

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