Most people who try to prepare for natural disasters (like tornados and other types of tsunamis) end up putting together special emergency kits of most necessary supplies, like: food, water, medicines, etc. Since most computer enthusiasts are also gamers, it’s shouldn’t be a surprise that some of them would also prepare an emergency gaming option, to keep themselves occupied after a natural disaster has struck. Robotairz is one of those enthusiasts, so he decided to make a special portable video game console, which could be used in a some kind of an emergency or other type of situation.
To protect his game console from any potential damage, robotairz used a shock resistant and waterproof Pelican 1300 case as the base for his project. The video game console role was given to the classic Super Nintendo (SNES), which is bundled with two gamepads, three cartridges, a display and a huge capacity lithium-ion battery with a charger. You can look up the basic design of the finished project in the photos that embedded in this post, while more detailed information can be found in robotairz’s reddit post.