Student makes Raspberry Pi powered homebrew Nintendo Switch – The INQUIRER

SlashGear Student makes Raspberry Pi powered homebrew Nintendo Switch The INQUIRER Tim Linquist created the Raspberry Pi powered device he refers to as 'NinTIMdo RP' as a summer project. It boasts a 3D printed case created in Autodesk Inventor, a 7″ touchscreen, LED indicator lights and yes, even a TV out jack for big screen play. IT …

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This DIY Nintendo Switch can play the retro games the real one can’t – The Verge

The Verge This DIY Nintendo Switch can play the retro games the real one can't The Verge Lindquist's device — cleverly called the “Nintimdo RP” — goes beyond being a simple Raspberry Pi emulator, though. Rather, like the actual Switch itself, its a full-fledged portable console. Lindquist's build is a custom 3D-printed case, built around ..

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FruitNanny: The Raspberry Pi Baby Monitor For Geeks – Hackaday

FruitNanny: The Raspberry Pi Baby Monitor For Geeks Hackaday The product of nearly two years of development, FruitNanny started as little more than a Raspberry Pi 1n a plastic lunch box. But as [Dmitry] details in his extensive write-up, the latest iteration could easily go head-to-head with products on the ..

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A Nintendo Switch Knockoff That Can Play Basically All Retro Games – Nerdist

Nerdist A Nintendo Switch Knockoff That Can Play Basically All Retro Games Nerdist Still, Lindquist's creation is based on a Raspberry Pi running the RetroPie emulator, meaning that this thing he made can play games from classic systems like the Nintendo 64, Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo, and many others. The device appears to be … College Engineer Builds a DIY Nintendo Switch Popular Mechanics Fan Made Switch Clone Plays Classic Nintendo Games Game Rant all 76 news articles »

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How to prevent the Raspberry Pi 3 from overheating – Windows Report

Windows Report How to prevent the Raspberry Pi 3 from overheating Windows Report The Raspberry Pi 3 is a great device that can manage a large variety of tasks. However, when it comes to more complex processes, the hardware suffers from the very same issues all computing devices encounter.

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Scientists built this Raspberry Pi-powered, 3D-printed robot-lab to study flies – ZDNet

ZDNet Scientists built this Raspberry Pi -powered, 3D-printed robot-lab to study flies ZDNet Researchers have created a Raspberry Pi -powered robotic lab that detects and profiles the behaviour of thousands of fruit-flies in real-time. The researchers, from Imperial College London, built the mini Pi-powered robotics lab to help scale up … Raspberry Pi -powered, 3D-printed robot-lab allows scientists to study the life of flies 3ders.org (blog) all 2 news articles »

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