kid_snz Posted January 23 Share Posted January 23 *As far as I have searched the past forums, I couldn't find it, so let me ask about the title here. I'd like to build an art piece with Atari games output on a self built LED matrix panel, by installing a 2600 emulator on a Raspberry Pi so that we can play with a Bluetooth controller. I saw some Pis with an emulator already installed on eBay and other places, but I'd like to find a best emulator and install it myself so that I could keep building my own ones. Here is a list of things I have looked into myself. RetroPiehttps://retropie.org.uk/ Stellahttps://www.engadget.com/2012-09-28-how-to-set-up-your-raspberry-pi-to-play-atari-2600-games.html PiPlay (*Stella works in it)http://piplay.org/piplay-os/ Recalboxhttps://www.recalbox.com/ For the Bluetooth controllers, I consider either of the followinghttps://atari.com/products/classic-joystickhttps://learn.adafruit.com/atarifruit-2600-joystick *This is other thing from the title question, but if anyone is familiar with connecting to a self built LED matrix panel, I'd like to know how to output from the Raspberry Pi. The friend I am asking to build this seems very anxious to see if there will be any frame rate or time lag issues. Btw if you know the best 2600 emulator for this project, please let me know! Thank you. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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