Handheld games console – for REAL dummies

Here is the most rubbery review presenter we’ve ever met. Bryan Lunduke is here to show you how even a complete beginner whose hands are made from foam can build a games console from scratch, using a Raspberry Pi.

A tip, Bryan. I know you do not have hands that work (or, presumably, fingernails); but you’ll find that Pibow you’re using looks EVEN BETTER if you peel the backing paper off each layer!

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Thanks for showing this, it was so funny, really brightened up my day. Bonk!

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Please normalize the sound, it’s much much too low.

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I love it.

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BONK! For fun Brian should post the parts list or make himself a buck and post it as a Amazon Wish List with refer.

BONK!

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I guess Bryan might be able to pick up some tips from http://www.raspberrypi.org/pigrrl/

Looks like Bryan shares the same hairdresser as Boris? ;-)

BONK!

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Brilliant stuff,
Job Done : too Srewfixy
Sorted : too Eastendery
BONK : Perfect.

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It was good, and funnny. Grats

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I love this! We need more muppet-based learning resources.

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*Holds tongue*

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Hi,
Great video, for a puppet. BONK, whateva that means. The Puppet said he’d post a link to the image he used, but didn’t. :-( I’ve got mine working with some git hub advice but would like to try the image as mine is not that stable.

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Guru will probably tell you later, but that is not an official Pibow :'(

sorry guys

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It is a cool video though I’ll just have to forgive the rubbery faced person ;)

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What, you mean Guru? ;)

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Well I say NOOOOOOTHING!!!!!!!! (diplomacy) ;)

Maybe eye-patch, cutlass and a sturdy ship but no rubber faces I can see

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Sturdy ship, you say? Sounds like we need a boat-off between Guru and Leo

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windows 10 will it run xbox app and stream?

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Will there be a part 2? i think until where this video comes to a end i could do it the real problem is the rest

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sry… by “rest” I mean the part that the video didn’t teach.

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