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Raspberry Pi: Transform the popular single-board computer into an Adventure Time BMO

The DIY Adventure Time BMO runs RetroPie. (Image source: Lazuardi Rinaldi)
The DIY Adventure Time BMO runs RetroPie. (Image source: Lazuardi Rinaldi)
A new project takes the humble Raspberry Pi and utilises it as part of a DIY Adventure Time BMO. The project relies on a Raspberry Pi 3B and Raspbian, along with several other parts.

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An undergraduate student has created a DIY Adventure Time BMO using a Raspberry Pi. According to the Instructables guide, Lazuardi Rinaldi has used a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, a 5-inch touchscreen, a battery pack and several buttons. You can find all the parts and links to them in Rinaldi's Instructables guide.

However, you must also have access to a 3D printer or a laser cutter if you use wood or acrylic. Alternatively, you could print a template and create your Adventure Time BMO shell that way, although it may not look as good as the one produced by Rinaldi. Incidentally, Rinaldi recommends using Makercase or Boxes.Py to create your template.

You will also need a soldering iron and solder, but there is no coding involved. Instead, Rinaldi used RetroPie, which builds on Raspbian, EmulationStation, RetroArch and other projects. RetroPie can be installed on an existing Raspbian installation, for reference. Overall, the DIY Adventure BMO could be an excellent project for fans of the TV show, in our opinion.

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(Image source: Lazuardi Rinaldi)
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Alex Alderson, 2021-06-22 (Update: 2021-06-22)