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In interest of making as much open as I can, I am going to release the osu!arcade design document. I have no idea where I will take this project in the future, but as it is a bit stagnant at the moment, and several people have shown interest in building their own system, hopefully this will give a head start.

I'll update this post with more information as I find time to release it. If you have any specific questions please ask in this thread and I will try to help out.



Cabinet Design
Design Document: https://puu.sh/zbTkJ/2cf2eb3b12/osuarcade11.pdf
  1. The wood part is made from MDF.
  2. Painted using a four-coat automotive paint process (two base coats for evenness) applied using a spray gun.
  3. Top cover is perspex (3mm iirc). Attached using a piano hinge.
  4. Rubber feet on bottom. Rubber lining on all edges of screen and wood to pad and secure perspex lid.


System Specs
PSU: Corsair HX-850 high efficiency (93%+). powers everything including speakers and lighting.
Cooling: CPU: Stock Intel 1155 socket cooler Case Cooling: Noctua NF-P12 Fan @ 100% speed
CPU: i3 2120 @ 3.30GHz
Video: Intel HD2000
RAM: 4GB 1333MHz Kingston ValueRAM
Storage: 64GB Intel 330 series MLC SSD
OS: Windows 8
Display: 22" 16:10 screen (1366x768) using Baanto Shadowsense Multi-Touch Frame.
Sound: Car amplifier, car speakers, subwoofer (I will try and dig up specifics, but they are in another country at the moment).
Lighting Controller: Arduino Pro Micro 5V
Lighting: Adhesive LED strip lighting using WS2812 addressable controllers. Similar to this stuff.

Licence for all documents/designs
You are free to use them for non-commercial purposes. If you are using osu! branding in a public location (even for non-commercial locations) please contact me at pe@ppy.sh before going ahead. There shouldn't be any problems as long as I'm aware.
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What material is it? Wood or plastic? Or something else?
And thanks for design document. It really will solve my issue with carcass.
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Added more specifics to answer your questions.
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Is the video card from Nvidia or ATi? Just Curious though.

I believe it can run osu! very smoothly even with heavy storyboards.
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intel on-board. already stated in OP. those things are *powerful* these days.
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Damn this thing is awesome....
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Nice, but what about the stand? Or there won't be one
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will you relase Osu!arcade outside Australia?
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If it's gonna be Arcade, there should at least be a way where spectators can watch.
It is a feature in the game too.

Like a second screen. Otherwise, it feels kinda small, plus I think it negates when viewed on a different angle?
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mekadon wrote:

Nice, but what about the stand? Or there won't be one
That could easily be made should it be required.

Quaraezha wrote:

Like a second screen. Otherwise, it feels kinda small, plus I think it negates when viewed on a different angle?[/b][/color]
viewing angle is close to perfect 180 degress. a second screen is supported and could be added, but i don't see it being necessary.

Rey Fullbuster wrote:

will you relase Osu!arcade outside Australia?
it's not even in australia.
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such design
wow


anyways, how much did everything cost?
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peppy wrote:

viewing angle is close to perfect 180 degress. a second screen is supported and could be added, but i don't see it being necessary.
While it doesn't seem necessary, it's something that attract arcade folks.
Since most people in the Arcade spend their time looking for games to play rather than actually playing them.

People always admire people being good in video games.
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There is more than enough space to watch someone playing. An external display can be connected, without being attached to the unit (this is how arcades work in Japan).
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Will these be released in the Philippines? This is cool.... :))
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this is documentation for DIY project...
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I'm certain it has a Local Ranking statistics implemented. But what about online rankings? Perhaps players can make an account of their own, or use their current osu! account to login.
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Not interested in building a machine but:

peppy wrote:

Why is there an osu!stream logo? Is it a different machine?

Btw if the system is meant to run osu!, is a multi-touch screen really necessary?
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XPJ38 wrote:

Not interested in building a machine but:

peppy wrote:

Why is there an osu!stream logo? Is it a different machine?

Btw if the system is meant to run osu!, is a multi-touch screen really necessary?
afaik, osu!arcade has always ran osu!stream.
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are you sure need to use 800 watts of PSU ?
it's maybe a little waste (though speakers don't get a loss on inactivity)


what one do you want to put ? a high table?
make sure your table is very steady , please
( because i saw most of Arcade Machine is taller and steady )


keep going , ppy
i hope you can complete it
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People are getting the wrong idea about this thread.

a) This machine is FINISHED. It runs both osu!stream and osu!. I named it the osu!arcade as a piece of hardware, not software.
b) I am not looking for feedback on the design. This is simply to share my final 100% polished-and-happy design for those people who have previously contacted me asking for more information.
c) As I said in my opening post, it will not be "released" anywhere as the project is currently stagnant. I made these as prototypes without a forward plan for them, but if I do find the time again I may take them somewhere. I still see osu! on PC being the project to focus on.

kutark wrote:

are you sure need to use 800 watts of PSU ?
800w is not a waste because it will not use the full 800w ever. I bought it for the efficiency, not the wattage.
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