So uni is over and I'm looking for someone who wants to help me develop a NES emulator in Python. Someone I can learn from (and vice versa I suppose) who is keen to hack this together in 4 or so weeks. Up until the past few days I've had no emulation experience, but I managed to develop a Chip8 emulator/interpeter in Python. It's buggy, no user input works, but it works quite reliably. It was a challenge implementing operations from 1970's documentation, but it's awesome seeing graphics displayed correctly for the first time. I figured a NES emulator wouldn't be too far off in difficulty (final last words). So let me know if you're interested.