I’ve had real hit-and-miss (mostly miss) results when it comes to trying to stream to Twitch from my AverMedia Live Gamer Portable (which works really well otherwise), and was considering upgrading to an Elgato Game Capture HD60 but a few YouTube videos have suggested similar streaming issues when attempting from a Mac.
However, some have suggested Open Broadcaster Software as an alternative to the apps that AverMedia and Elgato provide. It sounds like people are getting better results and less headaches when using OBS, and so I’ll be trying out the software very soon.
Hacking IKEA? I didn’t realise that was even a *thing*, but over on the IKEA hackers site they’ve shown off a MICKE computer desk arcade stick hack that’s pretty awesome. There’s a video of the computer desk arcade stick hack on YouTube here.
Awesome. Did I already say that?
I love the handles/stick shaft implementation. It’s using Phreakmods’ The Link, which I’ve got on one of my arcade sticks at home and would recommend as a portable solution (although some of the rigidity of a standard JLF shaft is lost when you install it).
Chris Coyier outlines a server-side approach to cutting the mustard (the technique employed in the BBC News website to serve users relevant content based on their device capability).
Dual/multi-boot a Pi sound good? This is the tutorial I’ll be following.
Going to pull the trigger on buying a Raspberry Pi very soon and there are some great ideas for the Pi computer here.
As read on Pocket Gamer, GBA4iOS has been released for iOS 8.1. Having tried the previous version on iOS 8 on iPhone 6 Plus, I can recommend the emulator. It’s great that you can download and compile the source code for GBA4iOS too!