VGA16 is an FPGA based line-doubler for the Neo Geo MVS arcade boards which is installed internally. It's outputting a progressive 480p video (640X480) by tapping the digital video signals from the board. There is no loss in video quality and no lags since a frame buffer is not used. Its FPGA line doubles the signal on the fly (264 lines to 528) then handled by a DAC similar to the original Neo Geo design which converts it to analog video and outputs VGA or YPbPr (can be selectable by a jumper/switch). The result is outstanding, , sharper video output with more vivid colors. It also offers scanlines feature. This project includes all the wires and connectors required, so only wires for the MVS mainboard need to be soldered.