Daily Prophet is a Magic Newspaper! (Kinda) – Hackaday

Hackaday Daily Prophet is a Magic Newspaper! (Kinda) Hackaday The seven inch display is secured inside a poster frame, surrounded by a customized front page of the wizard paper — weaving the tale of his trip — and controlled by a Raspberry Pi 3. When someone approaches, an Adafruit infrared sensor detects the …

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Retro-Styled Raspberry Pi Radio – Hackaday

Hackaday Retro-Styled Raspberry Pi Radio Hackaday Building on the backbone of a Raspberry Pi Zero W and an Adafruit MAX 98357 mono amp chip, the crux of this single-speaker radio is the program Mopidy. Mopidy is a music player that enables streaming from multiple services, with the stipulation that …

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Raspberry Pi PiOLED 128×32 Monochrome OLED Arrives At Adafruit – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi PiOLED 128×32 Monochrome OLED Arrives At Adafruit Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi developers, makers and enthusiasts that are looking for a small display to be used with their Raspberry Pi Zero may be interested in a new OLED display which has arrived at Adafruit and supports the Pi 1, B+, Pi 2, Pi 3 and Pi Zero. The …

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Raspberry Pi Arcade Bonnet Mini Kit Now Available For $15 – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Arcade Bonnet Mini Kit Now Available For $15 Geeky Gadgets If you are considering building your very own Raspberry Pi arcade system using either PiPlay or RetroPie you may be interested to know that the Adafruit Arcade Bonnet for Raspberry Pi with JST Connectors is now available to purchase priced at $14.95 …

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Pi-powered Wonder Pop Controller

Let me start by saying that I am responsible for the title of this blog post. The build’s creator, the wonderful Nicole He , didn’t correct me on this when I contacted her, sooooo… Anyway, this is one project that caused the residents of Pi Towers (mainly Liz and me) to stare at it open-mouthed, praying that the build used a Raspberry Pi

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Zero4U 4 Port Raspberry Pi Zero USB Hub – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Zero4U 4 Port Raspberry Pi Zero USB Hub Geeky Gadgets May be interested in a new product which is now available from the Adafruit online store and takes the form of the Zero4U, a 4 Port USB Hub which has been specifically designed for use with the tiny Raspberry Pi Zero and is available to purchase for $9.95.

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