I recently purchased a Raspberry Pi with the idea of making a 1/2 scale model of a Mac Plus. This is one those "Because I can" projects with no practical use (my favorite kind!). The Raspberry pi is a tiny little computer approximately 4" x 2.5" x .5" in size. As tiny as it is it can run lot of very cool apps including some old school emulators, as Derek has shown, Basilisk II. I of course want to run Mini vMac since it's supposed to be a Mac Plus. I turns out it was pretty easy to set up. as easy as... no, not gonna go there. I did some searching for a tiny monitor but couldn't find any 4" vga monitors, go figure! I was able to find a huge selection of tiny composite monitors though.
I was worried the the screen would be completely unreadable but it's not as bad as I thought especially since to get Mini vMac to run at full screen I had to adjust the boot config file to get it to output at 512x384 which is then being shoved onto a screen with a resolution (320x240)
Here are some more screenshots of the little guy in action.