[MUSIC] So some of you may have seen this before, and some of you may be thinking, what the hell is this? This is an emulator machine. Think of it as the NES Classic in an NES cartridge, but with many more games, Wi-fi and Bluetooth before we begin assembly. I need to print a few things. Fortunately for you. I sped this process up a bit [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] you [Music] [Music] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Music] [Music] in order to build one of these, you’re going to need a few things, you’ll need an NES cartridge, an HDMI adapter, USB hub, Raspberry Pi zero W a mounting bracket or some glue a micro. SD card some screws and a controller. Most USB controllers. I’ve tried work fine. And since the PI0 W has Bluetooth, you can use controllers like this one made by 8-bit, though, or even your Playstation and Xbox controllers. The assembly process is pretty straightforward. A few screws and everything else is plug and play a word of caution. Be careful with the USB hub as it is a bit fragile. Ask me how I know. First thing you want to do is install retropie on your microSD card securely. Mount your Raspberry Pi. Insert your microSD card plug in your HDMI adapter and USB hub route, your cables and secure them into place. It should look a little something like this now. Set this assembly into the cart clip the two cartridge heads together and install your screws. This takes care of the hardware now. Let’s move on to the software. [MUSIC] [Music] [Music] so the intro video you saw is just one of many out there that you can install the theme. I’m using and Retropie is themed after the NES Classic. I’m not going to walk you through setting up all the software. Most of it is pretty self-explanatory and there are tons of other videos out there. If you get stuck so without further ado, let’s try out a game. Everyone knows Mario Brother’s, right. Oh, and sorry for the crappy video quality. Maybe one day. I’ll get a Capture Card [Music] [Music] [Music]. So there you go if you couldn’t get your hands on the NES Classic. This might be a good alternative. If you already have a controller, this should cost right at $60 to make anyways hope. You all enjoyed this video if you did hit that like button and don’t forget to comment. Share and subscribe. Thanks for watching.