v3.6 IS NO LONGER IN PRODUCTION - YOU WILL RECEIEVE v3.8 CODER VERSION
The Flip-Top PS2 Covers allow you to play PS2 original, purchased game back-ups with the Swap Magic PS2 Boot Discs. This is performed by swapping the Swap Magic CD/DVD with your PS2 original, purchased game back-ups by lifting the Flip-Top lid. Only for use with original, purchased game title backups for which the original software license has been purchased.
The following will help you identify what version of PlayStation 2 you have in your possession.
The version 1, 2 and 3 PlayStation2 all have 10 screws on the bottom of the unit.
SCPH30001 v1 = Serial# begins U1
SCPH30001 v2 = Serial# begins U0
SCPH30001 v3 = Serial# begins U1 Date 1A
SCPH30001 v3 = Serial# begins U2 Date 0D
The version 4, 5, 6 and 7 PlayStation 2 all have 8 screws on the bottom of the unit. The 4 and 5 also have the electrical warning stamped on the bottom of the PlayStation 2 case.
SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U0
SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U1
SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U2
SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U3
SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U4
SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U5
SCPH 35001 v4 = GT3 Edition
There are 3 different motherboards for the SCPH 30001R - Version 4, 5 and 6
SCPH 30001R v5 or v6 Motherboard
SCPH 39001 v7
SCPH 50001 v9
SCPH 50010 v10
SCPH 50004 v11
The version 12 PlayStation 2 is the new SLIM PS2 model with the following model numbers:
SCPH 70011 CB v12
SCPH 70012 CB v12
SCPH 70002 CB v12
SCPH 70003 CB v12
SCPH 70004 CB v12
SCPH 70000 CB v12
You may be the greatest living banana-pianist, but how will you ever know if you don’t make yourself a banana piano? Good news, that project and countless others are easier than you think they are with MaKey MaKey.
Using the MaKey MaKey you can make anything into a key (get it?) just by connecting a few alligator clips. The MaKey MaKey is an invention kit that tricks your computer into thinking that almost anything is a keyboard. This allows you to hook up all kinds of fun things as an input. For example, play Mario with a Play-Doh keyboard, or piano with fruit!
The MaKey MaKey uses high resistance switching to detect when you’ve made a connection even through materials that aren’t very conductive (like leaves, pasta or people). This technique attracts noise on the input, so a moving window averager is used to lowpass the noise. The on-board ATMega32u4 communicates with your computer using the Human Interface Device (HID) protocol which means that it can act like a keyboard or mouse.
There are six inputs on the front of the board, which can be attached to via alligator clipping, soldering to the pads, or any other method you can think of. There are another 12 inputs on the back, 6 for keyboard keys, and 6 for mouse motion, which you can access with jumpers via the female headers. If you wish to use a different set of keys, or otherwise change the behavior of your MaKey MaKey, you can simply reprogram it using the Arduino environment. Oh yeah, we didn’t mention that the MaKey MaKey is an Arduino-compatible controller? That’s right, it runs the Leonardo bootloader so reprogramming is fast and easy.
Note: Now included with the MaKey MaKey is a USB cable, pack of jumper wires as well as a pack of alligator clips!
Note: See the GitHub link below for support with the Arduino IDE.