Greetings! After my radio controlled aeroplane invention went catastrophically wrong, my son asked that I move his playstation next to his PC so he wouldn't have to walk so much on his broken leg *Mm-hai*. Recognising the potential for scientific experimentation I, the brilliant professor John Frink decided that I would modify the PC in such a way that the psx could be contained within the PC case! *Mw-hurgn-whey*
The basic idea of this project was that one could take the video output signal of the psx and route it to the video-in port of a video card. The audio output would go to the line-in of the sound card of course. Then numerous wire extensions would be created within the PC to support front panel mounted power and reset switches, as well as the controllor ports. For those of you with an IQ below 180 and are too impatient to wait, here is a preview of the finished project.
The original case was a 3Dcool.com Tornado 1000. The Playstation is a model SCPH-1001, the earliest psx that was released in the USA way back in 1995. Keep that in mind, because future psx models may require a different procedure to modify. This project was carried out in my top secret Middle Eastern laboratory, so it is quite likely that you will see foreign plugs, power convertors and whatnot during this paper. Oh yes, and the pc's video card is a now outdated but still very functional Asus V3800 Deluxe (equipped with video capture capabilities).