SEGA VMU Game Console

Photo credit: Wermy

For those who never got to experience the SEGA Dreamcast, it used VMUs (Virtual Memory Unit) as its primary memory card. This device featured a monochrome LCD, multi-player gaming capability (via connectors at the top), second screen functionality, a real-time clock, file manager, built-in flash memory, and sound capability. A gamer who goes by “Wermy” managed to turn one of these into a functional portable game console. “The base RetroPie image I used is from the mintyPi, so it has HoolyHoo’s shortcut scripts (which I modified a bit for my this project) included for adjusting the volume/brightness (the the ‘Sleep’/Start button on the VMU is also the function button),” said its creator. Click here for the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of ten places that are weirder than the Bermuda Triangle.

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