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August 14, 2010

GameBoy and PIC Microcontroller Hacked into an Analog Meter

at 12:41 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Game Hacks

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Dig that GameBoy Advanced out of your closet for this GameBoy and PIC Microcontroller Hacked into an Analog Meter project. Ken Kaarvik used a PIC24HJ128GP502 to run the project, what is really cool is that the GBA doesn’t load the program from a cartridge but rather directly from the PIC microcontroller! This isn’t the first project that Ken has done with a Game Boy, have a look at lots more here.

The GBA is able to link two or more systems together though it’s serial port and only requires a single cartridge to boot up both GBA’s. My circuit emulates the master GBA with the cartridge.


 

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One Response to “GameBoy and PIC Microcontroller Hacked into an Analog Meter”

  1. Shadyman Says:

    Sweeeeet.

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