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Chris Verwimp
Arcade Paradise (Project Leader)
 · PattayaThailand
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Ok so while the project is still going on (I don’t give up onthe opportunity 😉), here’s a little update on some more builds I completed latelly.

This first one was a requested prototype. It’s a low coffee table build around a 40 inches HDTV as top panel. A 10mm thick glass comes over it protecting the screen and turn it into a real usable table.
I added to it a micro win8 PC and a HDMI splitter. The PC is running every games you could imagine from atari 2600 to Genesis and Super Nes and of course arcade. The whole gamelist being saved on an SDcard.
The down part of the machine is composed of inner shelves and house up to 4 home console, each of them linked to the TV via the HDMI spliter.
On this picture, the customer was able to link all his 4 generations of playstation and having then the ultimate Sony station all in his coffee table.

Next is an arcade Tank-Stick

the specification is that the stick is housing the game console in itself so just plug it to a power source and to your TV on HDMI and you got yourself the ultimate 2-players arcade sticks with over 5.000 games built-in.

Last but not least,

My very own Pac-Man (1980) replica built from scratch and including an original arcade mainboard with 60 classics to choose from.

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Shubham Chakrabarty
Engineering Student
 · BhubaneswarIndia
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man these models are awesome
these designs are really cool and it looks like old arcade is reincarnate in a new form

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Chris Verwimp
Arcade Paradise (Project Leader)
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Thanks, mate. Yeah that’s exactly my aim.
If you take the time to google “arcade machine”, you’ll see tons of private builds and projects but they almost all forgot the first rule… To be an arcade and not some hideous box with a screen.

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