Watching VinylVideo with a Raspberry Pi A+

Play back video and sound on your television using your turntable and the VinylVideo converter, as demonstrated by YouTuber TechMoan. VinylVideo – Playing video from a 45rpm record With a VinylVideo convertor you can play video from a vinyl record played on a standard record player

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Tesla Model S Hacked By Raspberry Pi Mini PC In Seconds – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Tesla Model S Hacked By Raspberry Pi Mini PC In Seconds Geeky Gadgets It seems that researchers from KU Leuven University in Belgium have been able to use the system powered by a Raspberry Pi to hack Tesla Model S units manufactured and sold before June 2018. Check out the video below during which researchers clone … Hackers Can Steal a Tesla Model S in Seconds by Cloning Its Key Fob WIRED A group of researchers showed how a Tesla Model S can be hacked and stolen in seconds using only $600 worth of …

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Create Raspberry Pi Video Games With MagPi Issue 73 – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Create Raspberry Pi Video Games With MagPi Issue 73 Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi enthusiasts or those that would like to start programming games on the small mini PC, may be interested to know that the September 2018 issue of the official Raspberry Pi magazine MagPi 73 is now available to purchase. Featuring plenty of …

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Create Raspberry Pi Video Games With MagPi Issue 73 – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Create Raspberry Pi Video Games With MagPi Issue 73 Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi enthusiasts or those that would like to start programming games on the small mini PC, may be interested to know that the September 2018 issue of the official Raspberry Pi magazine MagPi 73 is now available to purchase. Featuring plenty of …

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Oil-Immersed Raspberry Pi Keeps Its Cool Under Heavy Loads – Hackaday

Hackaday Oil-Immersed Raspberry Pi Keeps Its Cool Under Heavy Loads Hackaday [Lord_of_Bone] was curious to see if an oil-cooled Raspberry Pi is possible, and the short answer is: for the most part, yes. The experimental setup seen in the video below is somewhat crude — just a Pi running Quake 3 for an hour to really run up the …

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10 YouTubers you should be following

When it comes to finding Raspberry Pi tutorials on the internet, many makers’ first port of call is YouTube. From professional content creators to part-time hobbyists, the video-sharing platform is full of makers documenting their projects for the world to see.

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