So, I found this neet litle mini NES case for a Raspberry Pi to 3D print on thingiverse by user DaftMike and decided that I needed to print one. the print went well and there was no problems getting it assembled. But even before I opened his website (linked in the thingiverse) I wanted to make my own button control board and have the PI be able to control the LED. So I started this project..
The 3d printed board in the project is this by user Greystone and has been useful many times. I always intended to re-work the model to include a place to seat the AVR Dragon, but never got around to it.
Anyways back on topic. in the image you see the AVR Dragon connected to the Atmega328p (no arduino code here) along with a Power supply via an LM7508. There is also a tiny little interface PCB I made to connect the AVRDragon to the breadboard and apparently I was to lazy to dig out my ribbon cable so made my own. on the far side the small red logic level board from Sparkfun which will be connected between the ATmega328p and the Raspberry Pi to protect the GPIO. More on this project as things come along and there will be a GIT for all code and schematics.
Whats still missing:
- LED for display
- Buttons (Power/Reset)
- Connection to GPIO for Serial Comm and Power
As always I welcome any and all feedback/comments.