He even mapped the TI-83s 4-way directional pad and other keys to the Game Boy control buttons. Apparently the screen suffers from a bit of letterboxing on the sides, because the GB display is somewhat smaller. There is also a bulging underside containing the batteries. But other than that, this is one sweet build.
We wish we would have thought about something like this to pass the time in our boring classes. Check out Mark's site filled with photos and instructions on how to proceed yourself. Without a doubt, this is one of the coolest uses of recycled technology. Instead of letting your old Game Boy rot away while you play the DS, try making something with it. This is a really nice build intended for DIY enthusiasts who know their way around electronics. [via Make]
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