Raspberry Pi

  • RetroPie 3 Lets You Play Old Games On Your New Pi

    RetroPie 3 Lets You Play Old Games On Your New Pi

    The RetroPie project has always been one of the best things about the Raspberry Pi. This software suite turns your tiny, single-board computer into a retro gaming engine and has powered such exciting projects as the CupCade. RetroPie includes all of the emulators necessary to play anything from the Atari 2600 to the Game Boy Advance. The new version, 3.0, is available for download here it… Read More

  • Back Up And Sync Your Files Inside A Mason Jar With Raspberry Preserve

    Back Up And Sync Your Files Inside A Mason Jar With Raspberry Preserve

    Do you like the concept of backup services like Dropbox or Box but don’t want to relinquish control of your data? Well now you can keep your files safely stored in your own pantry, right next to your jars of fruits and vegetables. An innovative DIYer has figured out a way to skillfully merge a Raspberry Pi running BitTorrent Sync with a traditional glass Mason jar. The result is… Read More

  • Teach Kids Tech And Life With A Pi-Powered DIY Camera Trap

    Teach Kids Tech And Life With A Pi-Powered DIY Camera Trap

    U.K. startup Naturebytes is bringing a different emphasis to the tech-plus-education space. It’s aiming to combine hackable technology with a mission to spark kids’ curiosity in the great outdoors. Read More

  • How To Install Windows 10 IoT On Your Raspberry Pi 2

    How To Install Windows 10 IoT On Your Raspberry Pi 2

    Thanks to the release of Windows 10 for multiple single-board computers, tinkerers are now waking up to the possibility of running Windows as a usable and surprisingly polished alternative open source operating systems like Raspbian. But how do you run Windows on a RaspPi? And why? First, I invite you to check out Microsoft’s refreshingly complete GitHub page where they offer… Read More

  • The UDOO Neo Adds More Power To The Ultimate DIY Board

    The UDOO Neo Adds More Power To The Ultimate DIY Board

    The original UDOO board was pretty amazing. A merging of Raspberry Pi and Arduino, the system let you run a tiny computer on a single board as well as control electronic projects. It was a very geeky little tool and proved to be quite popular. Well, the UDOO is back and it’s a lot better. The new UDOO Neo includes a Raspberry Pi, an Arduino board, a 9-axis sensor, magnetometer… Read More

  • Raspberry Pi Sales Pass 5 Million

    Raspberry Pi Sales Pass 5 Million

    A round of applause for the U.K.-made Raspberry Pi microcomputer — which has just passed the 5 million sales mark, some three years after it was first launched with the over-modest goal of selling “a few thousand” Pi over its entire lifetime, as creator Eben Upton has said. How wrong can you be, and how good must that feel? Read More

  • Raspberry Pi 2, Microsoft Buys Sunrise & Drunk Drone Flies Into White House

    CrunchWeek: Raspberry PI, Microsoft Buys Sunrise, And Drunk Drones

    There is nothing that is better to soothe your Crunchies hangover than a breezy video clip with John Biggs, Greg Kumparak, and myself, digging through the biggest, and most interesting story of the week. The new Raspberry PI device, and its ability to run Windows 10 caused a ruckus in recent days, as did Microsoft’s in-motion purchase Sunrise. Finally, drones should not be flown drunk… Read More

  • Flotilla Simplifies Electronics Tinkering — Just Add Pi

    Flotilla Simplifies Electronics Tinkering — Just Add Pi

    Flotilla consists of a series of plug and play hardware modules that are controlled by a Pi but can be programmed via different software interfaces, depending on the user’s skill level. Read More

  • Build Your Own DIY Raspberry Pi Minecraft Server

    Build Your Own DIY Raspberry Pi Minecraft Server

    As we approach the doldrums of winter what could be more cheerful than hours of incessant Minecrafting with you and your loved ones? While you can easily run a server on any computer (the program requires a server app to run in conjunction with a client “game” app), why not use your newly acquired Raspberry Pi? I don’t know! This Instructable essentially tells you how to make… Read More

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