Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi projector project and games system Geeky Gadgets Makers, hobbyists, gamers and Raspberry Pi enthusiasts searching for a project to keep them busy this weekend may be interested in this awesome Raspberry Pi projector and gaming system created by Instructables member JuanC406.
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Cambridge Network Raspberry Pi launches Wireframe – a new games magazine with a difference Cambridge Network Raspberry Pi is all about making computing accessible to everyone, and in Wireframe, we'll show you how programming, art, music, and design come together to make the video games you love to play — and how you can use these elements to create games …
We’re pleased to announce Wireframe: a new, £3, twice-monthly magazine that lifts the lid on video games.
Geeky Gadgets PiSP Raspberry Pi Zero PSP games console mod Geeky Gadgets If you have an old Sony PSP lying around gathering dust you may be interested in a new hack which fits the miniature Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC into the case of the Sony handheld games console. Check out the video below to learn more about the project …
Today we are excited to launch a new add-on board for your Raspberry Pi: the Raspberry Pi TV HAT , on sale now at $21.50. The TV HAT connects to the 40-pin GPIO header and to a suitable antenna, allowing your Raspberry Pi to receive DVB-T2 television broadcasts. Watch TV with your Raspberry Pi With the board, you can receive and view television on a Raspberry Pi, or you can use your Pi as a server to stream television over a network to other devices.
Hackaday Dirty Video Mixing with the Raspberry Pi Zero Hackaday Created by [Luke Blackford] as a visual for his band's performances, the “Dirty Pi” is an exceptionally simple way to create some wild imagery with two Raspberry Pi Zeros.
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
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 …