Presenting my working, most likely not final version of my version of the Arduboy.
I designed it to use the DMG Gameboy buttons because I got kind of annoyed with the clicking of the momentary push buttons. This was my first time designing a circuit board that wasn’t an LED badge. I used Eagle for the PCB. This was also my first time using Fusion 360 to design anything, so that was also a learning process. It’s been super cool learning something that I like, when I find the time away from calculus class, and work >.<. I wish this was what I was learning in school, ha. Anyway, For going from knowing about nothing about any of that to making something that I can actually hold and play with that I made pretty much all of, and printed myself, in a short amount of time…I just can’t describe how cool it is to me. Super thankful for the community here, @Mr.Blinky and @crait and everyone else, and the wealth of knowledge available on the internets. I hope I can give back and add something that someone finds useful, eventually.
I accidentally set RST on the arduino to RST on the OLED, which wasn’t what I wanted, so I had to break that connection. nbd.
I used a great tutorial from Adafruit to get the case to clip together. I thought that was pretty nifty.