Usually I try not to post things that have already spread like weeds all over the internet, but I'm making an exception for this. It showed up two days ago or so and has attracted a lot of attention--for good reason.
I'll let Gizmodo explain:
If you find yourself with 80 extra hours in your week, and a penchant for classic Star Wars games, you might want to follow in hacker Le Chuck's footsteps. He built this impressive 1:6 scale 12-inch replica of Atari's original Star Wars game.
The cabinet is actually powered by a cannibalized GPH Caanoo handheld gaming system, since it's capable of running MAME4All and more importantly, is cheap. And while we've seen plenty of tiny arcade machines with matching minuscule joysticks, Le Chuck's creation one-ups them all with a tiny working flight yoke just like the original.
If you're so enamored by this marvel of modern miniaturization you should head over to the very specific 'Build Your Own Arcade Controls Forum' where LeChuck has posted plenty of how-to photos of his build. And since he's already worked out all the kinks, it should take you far less than 80 hours.
Le Chuck's video is a bit long and dull, but it's worth scanning through to the good bits to see what he has done. It's very impressive. I spent hours playing this game at the local 7/Eleven during the summer of 1984 and would love to try it again.