This device is an open-source retro game console that you can assemble and code yourself.
You can even use your ByteBoi for remote controlling your CircuitMess Wheelson because of the built-in Bluetooth & Wi-Fi chipset.
What you’ll get:
240×320 full-color TFT display Main circuit board with an integrated ESP32 dual-core CPU 1GB SD card with preloaded games 600mAh Li-Po battery Acrylic casing A bag of other small components such as resistors, pushbuttons, nuts and bolts An instruction booklet – ready for your offline knowledge consumption 1W speaker USB-C cable
What you’ll learn:
How to assemble your own gaming device How video game consoles work How to code your own video game. How to animate characters and simulate physics in a video game How to interface your ByteBoi with your Wheelson
What you can do with it:
Play pre-made games on your ByteBoi Make your own video game and brag about it in front of your friends Connect your ByteBoi to the internet Share your creations with a community of game makers Byte the road, Jack
Learn about electronics
Microcomputers and microprocessors
Electronic components and their functions
Learn about coding & software
How to animate characters and simulate physics in a video game
How to code your own games
How to interface your ByteBoi with CircuitMess Wheelson