n this video, we take look at the Raspberry pi Pico Running NES and GameBoy games using an Upcoming Emulator from Markus Gardner, This will be available to everyone soon but you do need a VGA board for the Raspberry PICO to get video and audio out “I’m using the Pimoroni Pico VGA Demo Base”
. This is still a work in progress and there are bugs and crashes but it’s coming along very nicely and keep in mind the Raspberry Pico is not a Single Board computer it’s a Micro Controller powered by the RP2040 Dual-Core M0+ Cpu running at only 133Mhz. So when you think about it this is pretty awesome seeing emulators running on the Pi Pico due to the fact that this is such a low power microcontroller like the ESP32 and others
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