Homemade Uzeboxes & derived projects
Here's some known implementation, homemade versions and derived projects. If yours in not in here, please add it!
 Kilo's Uzebox
- breadboard design
- fits in a enclosure of an external SAMSUNG burner
The EUzebox is a Uzebox compatible console for the European market with the following features:
- 90° SCART socket on board
- optional MIDI interface
- full trought-hole design for easy assembly
- fits in Hammond 1455L1202 aluminium case
- Kits available for sale
 Doragasu's RgbUzebox
 Hartmut Wendt
One of the very few DIY Uzebox out there with a neat enclosure!
 Infinite NES Lives
 DIY Fuzebox
A homemade DIY Fuzebox version from Germany! Link (in German): 
 SCART version from Russia
This version created by f0lken supports the ubiquitous SCART interface used in Europe and does not require the AD725.
 Reed G. Law
The Amuzebox is an open source game console based on the Uzebox design. The Amuzebox closely follows the standard Uzebox implementation except for a few minor changes. Oh, and yes, that second picture actually fills an entire wall!!
 Paul Mcphee
 David Cranor's Uzebox in a NES controller
 Uzebox Picture Frame
 Uzebox Portable
 Automation Interface
PLC is a program logic control for industrial process. The user interface is driven by the Uzebox video engine.
 Steve Chamberlin's
 Uzebox AVCore
The AVCore module (in red) is essentially the full Uzebox on a 40-pins DIP footprint! It can be used standalone and plugged into any circuit or used in conjunction with the baseboard to provided all the required connectors to play games.
The Fuzebox is a fully open-source, DIY 8-bit game console based on the Uzebox project. It is designed specifically for people who know a little bit of programming to expand into designing and creating their own video games and demos. A full-featured core runs in the background and does all the video and audio processing so that your code stays clean and easy to understand.