Episode 5 is full of all new things: Mike is starting a new project arcade with plans for modularity, and Matt debuts a new segment for Practical Problem Solving with a quick Bluetooth hack and a concept Crash Cart for servers.
Mike is starting up the Modular Arcade project. Walking through the install and some customization of MAME and the MaLa front end.
Practical Problem Solving
In Car Bluetooth Audio Receiver – Here’s the link to the Belkin bluetooth audio receiver we used for this segment. at 5v 180ma it works great in just about any USB adapter for your car! – http://amzn.to/Vk4FYq
DIY Mobile Crash Cart — As mentioned in the episode, this mobile crash cart was built for around $100 dollars, and in my opinion has quite a bit more functionality than the USB crash carts that sell for nearly 5x that. It’s completely portable, and you don’t have to already have a laptop for this to function. I’ve made a change to the parts list, but most of the links should work, please let me know if you’re having difficulty finding anything or have any questions!
StarTech Mobile Crash Cart (This is the USB Crash cart that we’re trying to emulate functionality from) — http://amzn.to/SmNcSi
Motorola Atrix Lapdock — http://amzn.to/UtNp79
VGA to HDMI Converter — http://amzn.to/RMPPgL
Hdmi Type D Coupler — http://bit.ly/Ok8akt
6ft HDMI Type D to HDMI — http://amzn.to/Vtxt2s
USB 2.0 A female to Micro USB B female adapter cable FF — http://bit.ly/SgtYfS
USB 2.0 A Male to A Male Cable – http://amzn.to/X2sA2j