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    john timber
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    @johntimber

    Hi,

    I’ve built a fullsize Mame Arcade Cabinet and it turned out far better than I could have ever imagined. Now I’m itching to build a Virtual Pinball Machine – my question is, has anyone built one using the RPi3 yet? If so, what’d you use? I can’t say how impressed and incredibly happy with the RPi 3 – and I’d love to continue using them to build our families gameroom

    I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.

    References:

    https://www.gameex.info/forums/topic/17966-online-resources-only-available-on-system-visual-pinball/?tab=comments#comment-158419

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    Thanks

     

    #107809
    Blacksad
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    @blacksad
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    I’m not en expert, I built a mini console with 20 systems with a RPI3 and nespicase, but building a pincab with it is just a dream I think…

    You’ll need a very high configuration if you would like to have a good pincab.

    Actually I use (in my 2 screens pincab) a core i3 4 cores, nvidia gtx 560 ti, 4 Go RAM  and it is really not enough for full graphical options in full HD…

    #107820
    Cameron
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    @cameron
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    So there isn’t really a RPI pinball emulator like the PCs have, but there are some pretty powerful small form-factor machines that could do a mini cab. Do a search for the guy that build one based on the Latte Panda. It is a really cool project.

    Now they have the Latte Panda Alpha that is much more powerful than the original. It is not as cheap as the rpi at all though :(

     

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