Windows Report (blog) Windows 10 on ARM gets tested on Raspberry Pi 3B [VIDEO] Windows Report (blog) Even though it may seem like a novelty, I can think of a few edge cases where it may be useful to run Windows 10 on the Raspberry pi .
Elektor (blog) Review: Sunfounder Smart Video Car Kit for Raspberry Pi Elektor (blog) The kit that we will try out in this article is the 'Smart Video Car Kit for Raspberry Pi ' manufactured by Sunfounder. As the name of the kit suggests, a (colour) video camera is included
Attention, case modders: take a look at the Brutus 2, an extremely snazzy computer case with a partly transparent, animated side panel that’s powered by a Pi.
LinuxGizmos.com FPGA-driven Raspberry Pi add-on enables overlays on encrypted video LinuxGizmos.com Alphamax is crowdfunding an open source “NeTV2” video development add-on board for the Raspberry Pi with an Artix-7 FPGA, 4x PCIe lanes, 2x HDMI inputs, 2x HDMI outputs, and Python programming for overlaying content on encrypted video signals.
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If your day has been a little fraught so far, watch this video. It opens with a tableau of methodically laid-out components and then shows them soldered, screwed, and slotted neatly into place. Everything fits perfectly; nothing needs percussive adjustment
At the moment I’m spending my evenings watching all of Star Trek in order. Yes, I have watched it before (but with some really big gaps).
Students taking Design of Mechatronics at the Technical University of Denmark have created some seriously elegant and striking Raspberry Pi speakers. Their builds are part of a project asking them to “explore, design and build a 3D printed speaker, around readily available electronics and components”. The students have been uploading their designs, incorporating Raspberry Pis and HiFiBerry HATs, to Thingiverse throughout April.
Squeal with delight as your inner Pokémon trainer witnesses the wonder of Adrian Rosebrock’s deep learning Pokédex. Creating a real-life Pokedex with a Raspberry Pi, Python, and Deep Learning This video demos a real-like Pokedex, complete with visual recognition, that I created using a Raspberry Pi, Python, and Deep Learning. You can find the entire blog post, including code, using this link: https://www.pyimagesearch.com/2018/04/30/a-fun-hands-on-deep-learning-project-for-beginners-students-and-hobbyists/ Music credit to YouTube user “No Copyright” for providing royalty free music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXpjqURczn8 The history of Pokémon in 30 seconds The Pokémon franchise was created by video game designer Satoshi Tajiri in 1995
Stream your video gaming exploits to the internet at the touch of a button with the Twitch-O-Matic. Everyone else is doing it, so you should too.