Although several hacking techniques have been developed so far for the Game Boy Camera, which took pictures using the Game Boy, released in 1998, a wireless adapter developed by a man named Matt Gray also uses this. one of them
The Game Boy camera can store up to 30 photos on the main body. Black-and-white 128×112 dot photos taken can only be printed on the Game Boy Printer. Companies like Mad Catz have developed link cables and Windows applications that can pull images, but they are not available now. Also, in an era where you can take high-definition photos on your smartphone, there is not much demand.
The Game Boy Camera Fast Wifi Adapter developed this time has Raspberry Pi Zero W and GBxCart RW built-in inside a case made of 3D printer. These devices emulate the Game Boy cartridge slot and allow you to back up roms, save games, and even photos on the cartridge to your computer.
Using the adapter is simple. You don’t even need the Game Boy itself. If you plug it into the top of the pocket camera adapter, a picture is captured and can be downloaded via Wi-Fi through a smartphone or computer web browser. Although this product is not mass-produced, the custom software and 3D printer data are disclosed on GitHub. Related information can be found here.