BMO Comes To Life With This DIY Handheld Console [Video]

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Our favorite Adventure Time robot companion has come to life thanks to 3D print designer Mike Barretta. This quasi Game Boy/Mac box is actually a working SNES emulator that plays games like Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda and Doom. Just don’t ask m’lady for help with your home work.

BMO was built using 3D printed pieces, a Raspberry Pi Model A+, 3.5″ TFT, a pair of 0.5W speakers, 2200mAh battery, and SNES buttons. Although the limbs have been left out of this project, the fact that you can actually turn on and play games with your Beemo totally makes up for it.

Check out more images and the video after the break.

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On Barretta’s Thingiverse page, he has generously provided the 3D print files as well as a list of all the parts needed to complete this awesome project, neatly organized in a Google Spreadsheet. He’s just like Moe and wants every household to have their own BMO.

I think this is the project that has solidified my need for a 3D printer.

(3DPrint via Technabob)

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