I have a few projects on the go right now, I have the NES Raspberry PI, and a Raspberry Pi GameBoy, and I will be starting a Portable Gamecube in the near future.
I have been busy doing final school work lately, thus leading to less posting, I will continue to mod, and there will continue to be posts, but when there is less going on that requires attention.
My NES Raspberry Pi is nearing completion, I am waiting on another PI, since I used the last one in my Gameboy Raspberry PI project. The system currently is fully functional, other than the HDMI cable not having a port out of the back of the console, and the controller ports don't have anything going on with them yet, they will be USB ports using a special USB to NES adapter so that I can plug USB devices into the NES from the front with out changing the look of the front.
My Raspberry Pi Gameboy is my priority right now, and it is mostly done as well. I am waiting on a step up power converter for the screen right now, and I am currently in the place where I can write a special program to use the GPIO as the button inputs. I have the battery system working for the PI, and the USB ports appear to be dead, apparently the PI has a multi layer board, and you cant cut the board without messing that up easily, I did not know that, and cut the board where it looked like it was just a ground plane, but this affected the power for the USB ports, I might be able to power the ports with another power source, but I am not entirely sure right now, the system can work without the USB ports.
My Portable Gamecube is still in its design phase. The console has been taken apart to get a better understanding of the motherboard so that I can design the console with knowledge.
Here are some pictures, some teasers for the projects.