Hacker gets Super NES games running on unmodified NES – Ars Technica

Fort Worth Weekly (satire) (press release) (blog) Hacker gets Super NES games running on unmodified NES Ars Technica Though the NES hardware itself is untouched, the cartridge running this reverse emulation is a heavily customized circuit board (ordered from China for about $10), with a compact, multi-core Raspberry Pi 3 attached to handle the actual Super NES emulation. Programmer Hacks Cartridge To Run SNES Games On The NES Kotaku Slice of Pi Fort Worth Weekly (satire) (press release) (blog) all 3 news articles »

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This Raspberry Pi Tablet Is Absolutely Killing It On Kickstarter – Inverse

Inverse This Raspberry Pi Tablet Is Absolutely Killing It On Kickstarter Inverse SunFounder, an education technology company based in China, is trying to make it even easier for would-be programmers of all ages to get coding and building with Raspberry Pi . The Raspad is the company's new tablet that promises to jumpstart anyone's …

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The best DIY computer kits for 2018 – Tech Advisor

Tech Advisor The best DIY computer kits for 2018 Tech Advisor Although it certainly wasn't the first DIY computer kit, the Raspberry Pi has quickly become the most widely known platform thanks to a few key elements. Firstly, it's cheap; second, it's British (although production was moved from Wales to China in ..

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The Best DIY computer kits for 2017 – Tech Advisor (registration)

Tech Advisor (registration) The Best DIY computer kits for 2017 Tech Advisor (registration) Although it certainly wasn't the first DIY computer kit, the Raspberry Pi has quickly become the most widely known platform thanks to a few key elements. Firstly, it's cheap, second it's British (although production was moved from Wales to China in ..

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Create a 3D printed arcade cabinet using a Raspberry Pi – 3ders.org (blog)

3ders.org (blog) Create a 3D printed arcade cabinet using a Raspberry Pi 3ders.org (blog) To do this, malopezn integrated the use of a Raspberry Pi B into his cabinet and designed the internal support system around the dimensions of it. As for a display for the arcade cabinet, malopezn sourced a 7” LCD display from China that he notes was … 3D Printed Arcade Cabinet Powered By A Raspberry Pi Geeky Gadgets 3D Print Your Own Tabletop Retro Arcade Cabinet 3DPrint.com all 3 news articles

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Chinese Democracy

We were directed to a Facebook page from Hong Kong this week. It’s been set up by one of the people involved in the peaceful demonstrations that are being called the Umbrella Revolution , protesting about Beijing’s insistence on vetting and controlling the list of candidates for they city’s Chief Executive, effectively preventing free elections in Hong Kong. Our very own Dave Honess is in Hong Kong this week (nothing to do with the demonstrations – he’s gone to see some Hong Kong friends for a holiday that’s been planned for a long time).

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