We’ll also try to find more ways to highlight the people working on behind-the-scenes projects as well, as their work is essential to keeping the site going and is often the most time-consuming. Recognition for their work is often a shoutout in a video, or a mention in a post…but that’s not enough and we’ll get better at highlighting the community that keeps this all going!
Bob started this site with his Cousin Scott in late 2011; The site was originally a shared Google Doc that they thought “a few friends” might be interested in, but after a suggestion from Scott became RetroRGB. Bob’s career has been filled with jobs that focused on sales engineering, tech writing and computer hardware design, making the challenges of RetroRGB’s guides a perfect fit.
Justin was the sole person responsible for creating the new version of RetroRGB, as well as migrating all the previous information over. Quite simply, this “new” version of the site wouldn’t have happened without him and he continues to lead the awesome additions and upgrades to the site! Justin also runs the retro-gaming channel Console Kits on YouTube!
Rany’s a main collaborator for the site, being one of the top posters, as well as being involved in a lot of behind the scenes work. Rany’s also a professional musician and has collaborated on a few music-related projects for the site!
Ray’s always keeping us current with all the latest and greatest homebrew out there! Also, his editorial pieces have brought a great new perspective to the site! Check out more of his work on his YouTube channel!
Vanessa’s knowledge of classic computers has brought yet another area of expertise previously missing from the site! She’s also a console gamer and BVM enthusiast!
Greg Collins’ 3D print work has become a bit famous in the retro-gaming scene. Its often joked that he’s “saving our consoles, one piece of plastic at a time!”, as his work allows for many #notcutmods, as well as some downright cool designs. He contributes installation guides and design files to this site, as well as runs his own web store.
On top of our regular contributors, we’ve had some excellent “guest submissions” from some amazing people in the community and anyone is welcome to contribute: Full guides, small news posts and anything in between! RetroRGB has grown to be “by the retro-gaming community, for the retro-gaming community” and all are welcome!
Also, many pictures on this website come from Evan Amos‘ The Vanamo Online Game Museum. We’re huge fans of Evan’s work and are proud to display it across the site: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Evan-Amos