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Funding Unsuccessful
The project's funding goal was not reached on Wed, June 28 2017 11:56 AM UTC +00:00
€1,000
pledged of €2,000pledged of €2,000 goal
18
backers
Funding Unsuccessful
The project's funding goal was not reached on Wed, June 28 2017 11:56 AM UTC +00:00

What is a prototype?

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Proof of Concept

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Functional Prototype

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Appearance Prototype

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Design Prototype

Appearance and function match the final product, but is made with different manufacturing methods.

Production Prototype

Appearance, function, and manufacturing methods match the final product.

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About

Hello I am Michel Janicki.
I've been developing video games on computers, game consoles and mobile phones since more than 28 years.

Recently I have designed my own game console and I need your support to share it with you.

What is Console 101?
Console 101 is a programmable video game console.
It features:
Arduino Due as its heart
120x120 pixels in 256 RGB colors VGA display output
One 8-axis joystick 4 buttons
1 MicroSD card slot
1 sound output
1 reset button

A 100% functional prototype of Console 101 has already been built.


Video game console on which anyone can develop games.


The games must be produced via a small C scripting language, tested in an emulator and then transferred to the device using a Micro SD card. No sdk required.

What is the money for?
The contributed money will be used to buy electronic components and everything needed to build the console:
wood, joysticks, buttons, wires, connectors...
The production will start after the Kickstarter success.

Risks and challenges

Building Console 101 is easy.
It only requires easy to find electronic components.

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    Thanks for your support.
    I'll send you a small (A6) notebook.

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    101 console

    A console 101

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    101 console

    A numbered console 101

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Funding period

- (40 days)