Just upgraded to the iPod Touch, and have a previous generation model laying around? Then here are a few clever examples to help inspire your next DIY weekend project. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for first picture in gallery.
iPod Nano MAME Cabinet
A modder decided to create his own custom Mame cabinet, using an old iPod Nano. Yes, it works…if you don’t mind using the Click Wheel to play.
Game Boy Pod
This project makes use of two gadgets: the original Game Boy and iPod. Best of all, “the buttons have been mapped to the iPod functions for full non-scrollwheel control” — a headphone jack is located at the bottom of the case.
Why get a wooden iPod case, when you can have the iLog? Supposedly, a modder stuffed the internals of a real MP3 player into a hollowed out log, including the power switch.