High-Quality Film Transfers with this Raspberry Pi Frame Grabber – Hackaday

Hackaday High-Quality Film Transfers with this Raspberry Pi Frame Grabber Hackaday With a spare Super 8mm projector and a Raspberry Pi sitting around, [Joe Herman] figured he had the makings of a good way to preserve his grandfather's old films. The secret of high-quality film transfers is a frame-by-frame capture, so [Joe] set about …

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High-Quality Film Transfers with this Raspberry Pi Frame Grabber – Hackaday

Hackaday High-Quality Film Transfers with this Raspberry Pi Frame Grabber Hackaday With a spare Super 8mm projector and a Raspberry Pi sitting around, [Joe Herman] figured he had the makings of a good way to preserve his grandfather's old films. The secret of high-quality film transfers is a frame-by-frame capture, so [Joe] set about ..

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Raspberry Pi Powered Rotating Picture Frame (video) – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Powered Rotating Picture Frame (video) Geeky Gadgets Hack A Day member Timothy Giles has created a very unique Raspberry Pi powered rotating picture frame, which incorporates both a Raspberry Pi and a little Arduino hardware to rotate the frame smoothly using a stepper motor. Watch the video below to …

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Raspberry Pi Art Frame using OpenFrame – Hackaday

Hackaday Raspberry Pi Art Frame using OpenFrame Hackaday The open-source project uses a Raspberry Pi with WiFi and either an HDMI monitor or a monitor that the Pi can drive (e.g., a VGA with an HDMI adapter). You are probably thinking: Why not just let the Pi display images?

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Turn An IKEA Dragan Box Into A Raspberry Pi Speaker – Lifehacker Australia

Turn An IKEA Dragan Box Into A Raspberry Pi Speaker Lifehacker Australia I suspect that the sound that you'd get out of a $14.99 IKEA Dragan bamboo box might be a touch on the “interesting” side, but you'd at least get a different sound system out of this particular hack, which uses the box as the frame, a Raspberry Pi as …

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New camera mode released

Liz: you’ll notice that this post has no pictures or video. That’s because we’d like you to make some for us, using the new camera mode. Take some 90fps video using our camera board and the information below, slow it down to 30fps and send us a link: if yours is particularly splendid, we’ll feature it here and on the front page

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