Three Pi-powered projects for you in today's round-up!
Doze those Coins!
SoggyBunz has created an arcade-style coin dozer game inside the shell of an old Macintosh Plus. A servo is used to activate an acrylic plate that pushes coins over the edge. Read more here.
Gameboy are back in fashion
Travis Brown has used an old Gameboy to house a Raspberry Pi running a retro games emulator. He has taken as much off the Pi as possible and then added a composite screen, a battery and several smaller components to create this beautiful device. You can read all about how he built it on his blog.
Music of the Hexagons
University of Pennsylvania BSE student David Sharples decided to build a musical instrument for his senior design project. The result of his labours is the Joytone. It is comprised of lots of joysticks set in a hexagonal formation that trigger the playing of different sounds at different pitches. Read the full account of the build over on David’s blog or view the video below. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryzZtmqFAZM&w=480]