My Mini-Arcade: Almost done.

I realize that I never actually put up photos of my miniature arcade cabinet. As a reminder, the cabinet was made by EMDKAY. The internals are essentially an Intel based mini-itx board running Ubuntu. It's got a bunch of Suzo-Happ arcade controls and a cruddy 7" Coby television as a playable screen.

It's been in this state for a while. It's basically missing t-molding. After talking to my buddy Derek, I've gone and finally purchased a 20 foot roll of white t-molding and hope to complete this thing. I'd like to get a bigger screen (the spot is open for 10" corner-to-corner), but I just can't see myself being able to justify the $125+ cost to get a larger screen. Oh well!

You may not know this, but the screen is being held up by a spiral notebook.

The white Sega controller in the corner is connected via USB and actually allows a second player to play on that tiny screen. This reminds me of this one time I played four-player Star Fox 64 on a 9" television. Needless to say it was hard... especially since one person decided to play as a character without a vehicle.