This is my interpretation of a Pong console, based on the AY-3-8500 IC from the 70s. This console could be used with an original chip with some tweaking, but is designed to be used with an Arduino Uno. To use with an original chip, replace the 100K pots with 47k pots and attach the switches to the proper pins. You would also need an RF modulator or some video out circuitry. I'll add build instructions for both chips later. This project was inspired by my cousin's Magnavox Odyssey 3000 console. We had trouble getting it to work, which lead me down the rabbit hole of the Pong chip from the 70s. I really enjoy the fact that there was a dedicated video game console chip so long ago, and that game manufacturers just built a console around it. The original chip has 2 shooting games that aren't emulated on the ATmega328 chip, which I plan to implement eventually, when I order an original chip. I'm designing the console with that hardware in mind, so it will be easy to add the shooting games later. I plan to make the consoled out of a solid piece of wood, routered out with a Dremel, and hand drilled holes. It will be powered wiht either a USB cable or a 12 volt barrel jack. Audio and video will be output through RCA jacks, but a built in speaker and amplifier could be added if needed. Laying out the holes and such should be quite easy, as I can print the patterns out on paper, and just trace things onto the wood. It would be a very heavy console, but I'm ok with that. The controllers will also be made of solid wood, routered out with the Dremel. I have yet to decide on the controller cords, but it will need 3 wires for the pot. This console is just for fun, so I can have my own vintage console. Video output over composite is a bit of a problem in modern times, but I can use a composite to USB video capture card to use my laptop as a TV for this. I'll be living in a camper when we move out to California, so I don't want to invest in a dedicated TV or monitor. Just a fun little electronics and woodworking project that I can do in the camper and out in the desert sun.