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Turn Your Raspberry Pi into a Hi-Fi System with RuneAudio

RuneAudio describes itself as “free and open-source software that turns embedded hardware into Hi-Fi music players.” By installing RuneAudio on a Raspberry Pi, you transform it into a Hi-Fi media center capable of playing music from multiple sources. Show More Summary

Getting Started With Arduino: A Beginner’s Guide

Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform, and it’s one of the most popular in the world — with the possible exception of the Raspberry Pi. Having sold over 3 million units (and many more in the form of third party clone...Show More Summary

New Emlid Raspbian for Raspberry Pi and Navio+/Navio2

3 days agoHobbies / Drones : DIY Drones

We’ve recently released a new version of Emlid Raspbian for Raspberry Pi and Navio. It got a modernized interface making the way you interact with Navio even easier. This update also adds notable features simplifying software development and hardware integration. All this expands the scope of applications within…

Security Experts Are Stunned As a 11 yr Old Indian Origin Boy Hacks Bluetooth Devices Using Raspberry Pi To Control Teddy Bear!

It was meant to be a global cyber security conference at The Netherlands. Security experts from all over the world had gathered to talk about digital security and the implications of billions of connected devices via IoT. And then, an...Show More Summary

Kickstarting Evezor, an open robot that can carve, draw, engrave, pour, pick, place, cut, weld, print, grab, mill, assemble and create

6 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

We are introducing Evezor, a robot that can carve, draw, engrave, pour, pick, place, cut, weld, print, grab, mill, assemble and create your next project or business. Powered by Raspberry Pi, open source software and hardware, Evezor is the most hackable robotic arm there is. Show More Summary

Liquid Cooling Overclocked Raspberry Pi With Style

[HydroGraphix HeadQuarters] has earned his name with this one. While he is using mineral oil instead of hydro, he’s certainly done a nice job with the graphics of it. The ‘it’ in questions is an overclocked Raspberry Pi 3 in a transparent...Show More Summary

How to build your own digital assistant with a Raspberry Pi

How to build your own digital assistant with a Raspberry Pi and Google Assistant. All you need is a speaker and a microphone and Google will do the rest!

Vintage Portable TV Turned Retro Gaming System

When [FinnAndersen] found an old TV set by the side of the road, he did what any self-respecting DIY/gaming enthusiast would do: He took it apart and installed a Raspberry Pi 3 running RetroPie in it in order to play retro games on a retro TV! [Finn] took the CRT out of the TV before realizing that it actually worked. Show More Summary

Keep the Burglars Away With Some Pi

Ten years ago, we never imagined we would be able to ward off burglars with Pi. However, that is exactly what [Nick] is doing with his Raspberry Pi home security system. We like how, instead of using a standard siren, [Nick] utilized his existing stereo system to play a custom audio file that he created. Show More Summary

This old portable TV is actually a Raspberry Pi-powered retro gaming system

Thanks to the wonders of microcomputing, you can now turn your rusty vintage television set into a full-fledged retro gaming system – courtesy of Raspberry Pi. Recreational inventor and single-board computer enthusiast Finn AndersonShow More Summary

Google, Raspberry Pi AIY Project ‘Not Google Home Replacement’

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

Raspberry Pi meets Google Voice in the latest DIY AIY project for tinkerers. A free hardware kit shipped with the latest issue of The MagPi allows subscribers to turn their Raspberry Pi into […] The post Google, Raspberry Pi AIY Project ‘Not Google Home Replacement’ appeared first on Geek.com.

Excellent vintage portable TV turned into retro gaming system

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

FinnAndersen spotted this wonderful vintage portable TV in a dumpster. He gutted most of it and outfitted the shell with a new screen and Raspberry Pi 3 to run RetroPie. Demo video below. "It can emulate everything up to and including N64/PS1/Dreamcast, with a built-in wireless XBOX controller receiver for multiplayer parties!, he writes. Show More Summary

Make a Wall-Mounted Dashboard With Dashing.io and a Raspberry Pi

Dashing.io is a neat interface for creating a gorgeous dashboard. The app displays a web-based customizable dashboard with widgets of your choosing. As it’s simple to setup on Linux-based machines, Dashing offers superb opportunities to create a wall-mounted dashboard with a Raspberry Pi. Show More Summary

Build your own Google Home-style voice assistant for only $50 with a Raspberry Pi

Google’s Home speaker can do all kinds of cool things just by listening to your voice commands, such as describe the weather, play music and control your smart home devices. But what if you want a voice assistant that doesn’t cost over a hundred dollars? You build your own, of course. Show More Summary

Build Your Own Raspberry Pi Assistant

. The Raspberry Pi is the a very versatile computer that has been embraced by hobbyists everywhere. It's been used to create gaming consoles, home automation systems, media player and all sorts of other applications. Google has teamed...Show More Summary

This DIY Google Home uses Raspberry Pi and cardboard to make the magic happen

Want a Google Home but would rather prioritize cost savings over fit and finish? Getting the latest issue of the officially magazine of Raspberry Pi, the MagPi. The Raspberry Pi foundation has often included freebies along with its magazine,...Show More Summary

Google AIY: Artificial Intelligence Yourself

When Amazon released the API to their voice service Alexa, they basically forced any serious players in this domain to bring their offerings out into the hacker/maker market as well. Now Google and Raspberry Pi have come together toShow More Summary

How to Install a VPN on Any Raspberry Pi

A VPN is a vital part of online privacy and security. If you're not already running one alongside your usual security tools, you should be. But what if you're using a Raspberry Pi? Read the full article: How to Install a VPN on Any Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi Becomes a SCSI Device

SCSI devices were found in hundreds of different models of computers from the 80s, from SUN boxes to cute little Macs. These hard drives and CDROMs are slowly dying, and with that goes an entire generation of technology down the drain. Show More Summary

10 Projects to Use Your Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Display

Rather than plug your Raspberry Pi into a TV, or connect via SSH (or remote desktop connections via VNC or RDP), you might have opted to purchase a Raspberry Pi touchscreen display. Straightforward to set up, the touchscreen display has so many possibilities. Show More Summary

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