If you haven't seen it, please watch the video to understand the reasons for building Onion Arcade and how it relates to Security Onion.
For those interested, here are some higher resolution photos of the build process.
|Super Nintendo SNS-101 (Mini) --> Framemeister scaler --> HDMI Monitor|
|Monitor VESA mount|
|Ground wire, lots of it!|
|Wiring harness for LED lights|
|Bottom of joystick panel before wiring begins|
|LED buttons powered up|
|First SNES Controller PCB soldered|
|First SNES Controller PCB with Joystick panel|
|Second SNES Controller PCB soldered|
|Both SNES Controller PCBs with Joystick panel|
|Joystick panel wiring completed|
|Cabinet construction begins|
|Back door installed|
|Installing LED light strips in marquee|
|The components barely fit|
Onion Arcade FAQWhat does this have to do with Security Onion?
Please see the video for a full explanation:
Is Onion Arcade for sale?
No, it's mine, all mine! :)
Is it running emulators/ROMs?
Nope, under the hood is a real Super Nintendo SNS-101 (Mini) and a real SNES cartridge.
Where did the artwork come from?
I found a Creative Commons licensed Mandelbrot fractal on Wikipedia and added neon logos using the Gimp graphics editor.
The Mandelbrot fractal background was created by Wolfgang Beyer with the program Ultra Fractal 3 and licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. For more information: