When most people want a new entertainment system, they look to retail for their solution. Not Gerald. With his background in 3D illustration and animation, the man has a firm grasp in rendering precise models which translates well when you want to make your own arcade cabinet to spec:
"A few months ago when I was in Japan, I realized that I liked the style and shape of the Lindbergh cabinet so much that I was considering importing one and trying to hook it up to a PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. I did some research and it basically boiled down to being a bad idea due to a few reasons...
1. Compatibility issues between the lindberghs JVS monitors and JAMMA / component / HDMI.
2. Unit and shipping cost.
3. Lack of ventalation if I decided to put a PC and consoles inside the cabinet.
Instead, I decided to make one that looked similar and had the same dimensions and angles but was modified to suit my needs. It's a work in progress right now and I will update this post as things move along but heres some images from the start."