An Arduino or compatible board can be found in all sorts of situations, and one interesting example is inside Bradley W. Lewis' NES. Not his old Nintendo, but instead a device known as the "Nixie Entertainment System". It's a NES emulator running on a Raspberry Pi - mounted inside an enclosure that replicates the look of the original NES. In place of what would normally be the cartridge slot is an Arduino-controlled Nixie tube clock, an interesting throwback to the previous century and helps the new NES span three decades of technology:
Overall it's a great use of a RPi to emulate classic games, Nixie tubes and looks much better than a simple plastic enclosure. For more information, visit Bradley's interesting website. And for more, we're on twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.