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ODROID-GO (Hardkernel) DIY (Do it yourself) DIGame Kit ! Arduino IDE compatible

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Description

To celebrate ODROID’s 10th anniversary, we present the ODROID-GO Game Kit! It includes a special anniversary board with all the parts to put together your own game kit and see the workings behind such a device. It is not only a fun assembly project but also an educational tool to learn about all the hardware and software that goes into building such a device.

Assembly and learning WHY

Have fun building your own handheld game kit while learning about the internal functions of each part and its purpose. Learn how each button is attached to a PCB switch pad, what materials are used, and how to put it all together to create a button control pad to play games! Learn how to connect power, speakers and how to download and install an OS. Learn why certain pieces are made of particular materials and why you need certain connectors. Since the device is clear, all the internal components and all the lights are visible.

PLAY GAMES

Once you have assembled the ODROID-GO, you can download and install games. Enjoy your gaming device (that you built)! 

CODING CAMP

Install Arduino and learn some basic coding. We will provide online guides to code some simple, yet cool, tasks. Then, add a weather station*, learn how to check the battery life, test the speaker, add an ultrasonic distance meter* and more.
* Parts sold separately.

PACKAGE INCLUDE

  • A. 1x ODROID-GO board 
  • B. 1x Front enclosure 
  • C. 1x Back enclosure 
  • D. 1x 2.4 inch LCD module
  • E. 1x 4 button rubber  
  • F.  1x 2 button rubber 
  • G. 2x 2 button rubber
  • H. 1x 8Ohm 0.5W speaker
  • I.  1x 10pin male header
  • J. 10x screws
  • K. 1x LCD window 
  • L. 1x button set
  • M. 1x Micro USB cable
  • N. 1x 1200mAh Li-ion battery 

8GB or higher capacity MicroSD card is additionally required. 

SPECIFICATIONS

MCUCustom ESP32-WROVER(16MiB Flash Memory)
CPU & RAM80MHz - 240MHz(Adjustable), 4MB PSRAM
Display2.4inch 320×240 TFT LCD (SPI interface)
BatteryLi-Polymer 3.7V/1200mAh, Up to 10 hours of continuous game playing time 
Speaker0.5W/ 8Ω Mono
MicroSD card slot 20Mhz SPI interface
Expansion Port10Pin port : I2C, GPIO, IRQ at 3.3Volt
Input ButtonsMenu, Volume, Select, Start, A, B and Direction Pad
Micro USB portBattery charging(500mA) and USB-UART data communication 
Size76x121x16mm(assembled)

Assembly and learning WHY : https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/go_assembling

You are ready to go. Play GAMES! 
Make a microSD card with your own game collections. 
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/emulator/make_sd_for_importing_roms

The emulator supports 

Game Boy
Game Boy Color
Game Gear
Nintendo Entertainment System
Sega Master System

CODING CAMP

Arduino Programming Camp with ODROID-GO 

Day 1. Getting Started with Arduino. Download and install Arduino IDE and ODROID-GO specific libraries and examples.
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/arduino/01_arduino_setup

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Day 2. Display “Hello, ODROID-GO” on the LCD. Let’s learn how to display a string, change colors and change font size. 
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/arduino/02_hello_world
odroid-go_hello.jpg

Day 3. Control LED. Let’s learn how to control the blue LED on ODROID-GO front side. Tinkering the LED with simple GPIO on/off as well as 256-steps brightness control with PWM.
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/arduino/03_blue_led_and_pwm
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Day 4. Read the 12 buttons status on the ODROID-GO. Let’s learn how to read the GPIO pin status 
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/arduino/04_buttons
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Day 5. Read the ODROIOD-GO built-in battery voltage. Let’s learn how to access the ADC input to measure the voltage.
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/arduino/05_battery
odroid-go_battery.jpg

Day 6. Generate sound from ODROID-GO speaker. Let’s learn how to use the DAC output as a sound tone generator. 
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/arduino/06_speaker
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Day 7. Play your own Tetris game. Let’s learn how to make a game with a Tetris game example code. 
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/arduino/33_game_tetris
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Day 8. Add another LCD display. Let’s learn how to use I2C interface on the ODROID-GO IO expansion port. 
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/arduino/09_16x2lcd_i2c

odroid-go_16x2-hello.jpg

Day 9. Make a portable handheld weather station. Let’s learn how to access various weather data and share it with your mobile devices via WiFi connectivity 
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/arduino/30_weather_station

Weather Board 2 is additionally required. 

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Day 10. Measure the distance with Ultrasonic. Let’s learn how to use GPIO output, IRQ input and system timer with a Ultrasonic distance measuring module. 
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/arduino/31_ultrasonic_distance_meter
odroid-go_ultrasonic_measure.jpg

Day 11. Control the LED from your smartphone via WiFi. Let’s build a WiFi AP mode web server to blink a LED from your web browser remotely.
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/arduino/08_wifi_ap
odroid-go_wifi_led.gif

Day 12. Serial communication over Bluetooth. Let’s make a connection bridge to your smartphone over Bluetooth RFCOMM protocol stack. 
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go/arduino/07_bluetooth_serial

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