The Game Frame gives you a dose of 8-bit nostalgia.
The Game Frame is a fully-programmable grid of LEDs designed to make it easy to display animated pixel art and old-school video game graphics.
Game Frame creator Jeremy Williams got the idea after playing a virtual arcade that featured game artwork hung on the wall. “After searching fruitlessly to buy something like that in the real world, I decided to make it myself” said Williams.
Prototyped with laser-cut parts from Ponoko, the Game Frame has already passed it’s $15,000 Kickstarter goal and is well on it’s way to pass the $100,000 mark.
Backers can pre-order a fully assembled unit at the $230 level, or assemble their own for $150.
The campaign ends March 9. For more on Game Frame, check out the Kickstarter video below.