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    Nintendo Super Scope Modded For Modern Televisions

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    What do you do with a SNES Super Scope if you don't have a CRT television? In today's video,  Andy uses a plethora of devices to make this classic light gun work with modern TVs. He also adds several upgrades including Bluetooth, USB-C, a power indicator, and HDMI video output for debugging. Now you're playing with Pi!

     

    Supplemental Content

    Code for this project is attached to this document below and is also available on Github.

     

    Bill of Material:

     

    Product NameManufacturerQuantityBuy KitBuy Kit
    RPI4-MODBP-2GB - Single Board Computer, Raspberry Pi 4 Model B, BCM2711 SoC, 2GB DDR4 RAM, USB 3.0, PoE EnabledRASPBERRY-PI1Buy NowBuy Now
    A000066A000066 - Development Board, Arduino Uno, ATmega328P MCU, 14 3.3V I/O, 6 Analogue Inputs, 6 PWM OutputsARDUINO1Buy NowBuy Now
    RPI NOIR CAMERA BOARD - Daughter Board, Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Board, Version 2, Sony IMX219 8-Megapixel SensorRASPBERRY-PI1Buy NowBuy Now
    MP001243 - AXIAL FAN, RASPBERRY PI 4 POWER HAT CASEMULTICOMP PRO1Buy NowBuy Now
    VSLY5850VSLY5850 - Infrared Emitter, High Speed, 850 nm, 3 °, T-1 3/4 (5mm), 10 mW/Sr, 10 ns, 10 nsVISHAY4Buy NowBuy Now

     

    Additional Parts:

     

    Product Name

    3 x 3" Infrared (87C) Polyester Filter

    Moldable glue, black color

    HC-06 Bluetooth 2.0 Module

    30cm Micro HDMI Male to Micro HDMI Female Extension Cable

    30cm USB Type C Extension Cable Male to Female