ZDNet New Raspberry Pi : Zero WH promises cheaper and easier homebrew hardware ZDNet The Pi Zero WH aims to make it easier to use the recently released GPIO expander tool for controlling GPIO pins from a USB-connected PC. Image: Pimoroni
Andre Miron’s Pinewood Derby Instant Replay System (sorry, not sorry for the pun in the title) uses a Raspberry Pi to monitor the finishing line and play back a slow-motion instant replay, putting an end to “No, I won!” squabbles once and for all. Raspberry Pi Based Pinewood Derby Instant Replay Demo This is the same system I demo in this video (https://youtu.be/-QyMxKfBaAE), but on our actual track with real pinewood derby cars.
Geeky Gadgets portable raspberry pi | Hackaday Hackaday In the years since the Raspberry Pi and other similar inexpensive Linux-capable single board computers came to the market, we have shown you a huge variety of projects using them at the heart of portable computers. These normally take the form of a … Kindleberry Pi Zero W Portable Computer With Kindle Touch Display ..
If you head over to the website of your favourite Raspberry Pi Approved Reseller today, you may find the new Zero WH available to purchase. But what it is? Why is it different, and what can you do with it
ZDNet Hands-on: Raspberry Pi Zero 3-Port USB Hub with Ethernet | ZDNet ZDNet This little beauty is just what a lot of Raspberry Pi Zero owners have been wishing for — three USB ports and a wired network connection, with a microUSB connection to the Pi Zero. and more »
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Engadget Ben Heck's Raspberry Pi-based portable MAME arcade – Engadget Engadget Can you drive an LCD screen directly from the general-purpose input/output pins (GPIO) on the Raspberry Pi? Find out with the team as they build a portable MAME arcade machine using the Model A+ of the Raspberry Pi. There's no HDMI in use here! Ben ..
Over the last couple of days, there has been a lot of discussion about a pair of security vulnerabilities nicknamed Spectre and Meltdown. These affect all modern Intel processors, and (in the case of Spectre) many AMD processors and ARM cores.
MyBroadband How to turn a Raspberry Pi into a crypto wallet – MyBroadband MyBroadband With a little bit of work, you can turn a Raspberry Pi into a functional Ethereum node, complete with a built-in wallet. While using an online wallet is convenient, using your own wallet allows you to hold your private keys and have direct control over … and more »
[H]ardOCP: DIY Retro-Arcade Machine with Raspberry Pi HardOCP This is a very interesting worklog that is chronicled over at OCInside in English, if you are into the whole retro-gaming thing. The hardware to build this type of arcade machine is abundant so the whole DIY path is blank slate for your imagination … and more »