Month: April 2017 (page 1 of 6)

Tutorial: Wie baue ich eine Raspberry Pi Emulator-Retrobox / Retropie / Recalbox? (Teil 1/2, German)



Alles was man braucht, um aus einem Raspberry Pi eine Emulatorenbox zu machen hier im ausführlichen Video-Tutorial. Hier Teil 1 bis zur Fertigstellung der Box, Teil 2 folgt mit dem Test.

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One-upping the NES Classic Edition with the Raspberry Pi 3 and RetroPie

NES Classic is no more, but happily cheap hobbyist boards are well suited for small projects.

Last Nov., Nintendo shocked everyone by returning to its beginnings and launching the NES Classic. The wonderful emulator/nostalgia-fest triggered uncontrolled requirement, including near-instant supply issues and 200-percent-plus markups in secondary markets. So in December of 2016, we made a decision to build our own version as an alternative. Since Nintendo bizarrely announced that it won’t be making any more of the hard-to-find mini consoles recently, we’re re-running this piece to help those with a DIY streak yet again build your own. Hardware recommendations have been updated to reflect current availability and pricing for April 2017.

Learn more https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2017/04/one-upping-the-nes-classic-edition-with-the-raspberry-pi-3-and-retropie/

Meet MintyPi 2.0: Raspberry Pi Video Gaming Emulator Jam-packed Into Tiny Mint Tin Box

A YouTuber and creator has revealed mintyPi 2.0, a project that transforms an everyday mint tin box in to a handheld game console.

MintyPi 2.0, powered by the Raspberry Pi small computer, is the second attempt at the project, bringing with it a few innovations when compared to the original mintyPi.

Learn more http://www.techtimes.com/articles/204662/20170411/meet-mintypi-2-0-raspberry-pi-video-game-emulator-packed-into-tiny-mint-tin-box.htm

JB Hi-Fi Just Received The Mother Lode Of Nintendo Classic Minis

Christmas 2016 will permanently be remembered as the year people went legit bananas for a vintage NES console. The thing was a piece of plastic that only played 30 games from the 8-bit era – but admire is a ultra powerful thing. So powerful that demand utterly eclipsed supply, which causes crashed websites, exhausted stock and thousands of empty-handed people.

For those still on a Zelda-like pursuit to obtain this mythic gizmo, we’ve got some good news: the Nintendo NES Classic Edition is currently available in JB Hi-FI stores, Throughout australia. Hurrah!

Learn more at https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2017/04/jb-hi-fi-just-received-a-butt-load-of-nintendo-mini-nes-consoles/

Kali Linux on Raspberry Pi 3



This is a quick tutorial on getting kali linux full running on raspberry pi 3, and also a quick discussion on metasploitable 2. thanks for the view!

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Kali Linux ► https://kali.org

Metasploitable 2 ► https://sourceforge.net/projects/meta…

5 inch touch screen ► http://goo.gl/dznXrM

Flexible Keyboards ► http://goo.gl/v5W2vF

Raspberry Pi 3 ► http://www.novaspirit.com/6JTYy

Novaspirit TV ► https://novaspirit.com/95921

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Backup Raspberry pi ► https://goo.gl/wBUxTP

OpenHab raspberry pi ► https://goo.gl/4FtERi

ddwrt router install ► https://goo.gl/mOXZxk

RPi2 vs RPi3 Review ► https://goo.gl/rozQpN

Cleaning GPU ► https://goo.gl/suTuvC

Raspberry Pi Zero Review ► https://goo.gl/PiYFtl

raspberry pi 2 osmc htpc kodi ► https://goo.gl/liO5e8

Customizing Windows 10 ► https://goo.gl/JVk21f

Raspberry Pi Amazon Echo ► https://goo.gl/Gzx4rBv

Windows 10 Privacy ► https://goo.gl/YmV8WT

Dual Monitor with Raspberry Pi ► https://goo.gl/NmSxRf

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Top 5 Raspberry Pi Zero Electronic Projects That Utilize Its Tiny Size

The Raspberry Pi is definitely the amateur decision for Build-it-yourself electronic projects. The Raspberry Pi Zero, which is about the size of a stick of gum, is relatively low-cost and has it’s own special utilisation instances though. Listed below are 10 of our favourite projects that make full use of its dimension.

1. Pack a Raspberry Pi Zero In an Old-fashioned Controller

Everyone knows the Raspberry Pi makes an awesome DIY gaming console. The setup process basically needs a matter of minutes, and the Raspberry Pi Zero is perfectly ideal for handling older video games from the Super NES time and perhaps earlier. The entire project is much better when the whole system is in a controller.

Here’s an example (ahem), this project works on a Super NES controller, this one tackles the NES controller, and this one uses that good old original Xbox controller. However you intend to practice it, you will obtain a pretty slick small DIY retro game console you can easily carry around anyplace.

2. Build a Miniature Dongle PC

While the Pi Zero makes a nice small computer as it is, it makes a much better dongle computer. This way, you can attach it to any other computer you have, then it will tether itself directly so you don’t really need to add in a USB or any networking.

The greatest thing of this project is the point that you no longer need another mouse, display, or keyboard hanging out around. Just jam in into your standard desktop PC and you are ready to go.

3. Build the Globe’s Smallest (Probably) MAME Cabinet

MAME cabinets are wonderful, but they’re gigantic. For the opposite approach, you are able to take advantage of a Raspberry Pi Zero to make one that is about as tiny as the Pi itself.

You might need a few materials to help to make this sucker do the job, such as a 3D printed case, but in the end cabinet is entirely functional, which means you’ll have the perfect desk accessory on the job.

4. Make a Motion Sensing Digicam


source: http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-Motion-Sensing-Camera/

The Raspberry Pi has long been a pretty good motion sensing camera, but the low profile of the Pi Zero causes it to become far better.

While using the Raspberry Pi Zero, your motion sensing camera has a smaller foot print, therefore it can go in even tighter rooms. By way of example, this one mounts to your window with a pair of suction cups, which is nearly as lightweight as it can get.

5. Play Any Simpsons Episode (or maybe Any Television Series) Arbitrarily

In case you’ve ditched cable and gone full streaming with your media, you might still miss the days of catching an arbitrary episode of your favourite TV show. The Raspberry Pi Zero is able to bring that back.

In this project, they use installments of The Simpsons stored on an Sdcard. With a custom script, you’ll be able to just click a button and it plays an episode at random. You could increase any media you expect here, including many different shows if you wanted, however, The Simpsons are the ideal option.

Emulation Station INSIDE A NES CART! RetroPie using Raspberry Pi



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One-upping the NES Classic Edition with the Raspberry Pi 3 and RetroPie

NES Classic is no more, but thankfully very affordable hobbyist boards are suitable for small projects.

Last Nov, Nintendo astonished everyone by going back to its roots and releasing the NES Classic. The pleasing emulator/nostalgia-fest sparked unforeseen require, including near-instant supply issues and 200-percent-plus markups in secondary markets. So in December of 2016, we chose to build our own version instead. Since Nintendo bizarrely announced that it won’t be making any more of the hard-to-find mini consoles this week, we’re re-running this piece to help those with a DIY streak once more build your own. Hardware recommendations have been updated to reflect current availability and pricing for April 2017.

Find out more https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2017/04/one-upping-the-nes-classic-edition-with-the-raspberry-pi-3-and-retropie/

Meet MintyPi 2.0: Raspberry Pi Video Game Emulator Jam-packed Into Tiny Mint Tin Box

A YouTuber and inventor has shown mintyPi 2.0, a project that transforms a standard mint tin box into a portable video gaming console.

MintyPi 2.0, powered by the Raspberry Pi mini computer, is the second attempt at the project, bringing with it several enhancements if compared to the original mintyPi.

Find out more http://www.techtimes.com/articles/204662/20170411/meet-mintypi-2-0-raspberry-pi-video-game-emulator-packed-into-tiny-mint-tin-box.htm

JB Hi-Fi Just Received The Mother Lode Of Nintendo Classic Minis

Christmas 2016 will forever be recalled as the year people went legit bananas for a retro NES console. The thing was a piece of plastic that only played 30 games from the 8-bit era – but admire is a powerful thing. So powerful that demand totally eclipsed supply, ending in failed websites, exhausted stock and lots of empty-handed buyers.

For people still on a Zelda-like quest to get this mythical product, we’ve got some very good news: the Nintendo NES Classic Edition is right now accessible in JB Hi-FI stores, Australia wide. Hurrah!

Find out more at https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2017/04/jb-hi-fi-just-received-a-butt-load-of-nintendo-mini-nes-consoles/

Pi Lure Module @Othermachine #MillingMonday #CNC



In this project we’re milling a cover out of acrylic for a new 3D printed project. This looks like a Lure Module from the game Pokémon Go, but we’re using it to find Pokémon. Using a Raspberry Pi Zero, and some python code, it connects to the unoffical Niantic API and requests when Pokémon spawn near by a given location.

Tutorial and Documentation:
https://learn.adafruit.com/pi-zero-pokemon-lure-module/

Feeds and Speeds Settings for Othermill CNC:

Etch Milling:
Florescent Acrylic
16,400 RPM Spindle
Tool: 80º Engraving Bit
Plunge: 381mm/min
Feed rate: 1500mm/min
Max Stepdown: 0.2mm

Outline Mill:
Florescent Acrylic Co
16,400 RPM Spindle
Tool: 1/16” Flat End Mill
Plunge: 381mm/min
Feed rate: 1500mm/min
Max Stepdown: 0.2mm

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The Raspberry Pi has been the dabbler selection for DIY electronic projects. The Raspberry Pi Zero, that is nearly the dimensions of a stick of chewing gum, is relatively bargain and has it’s own special use situations though. There are 10 of our most liked projects that utilize its measurement.

1. Cram a Raspberry Pi Zero Into an Old Skool Game Controller

We are all aware the Raspberry Pi makes an fabulous DIY video gaming console. The setup process basically necessitates a few minutes, and the Raspberry Pi Zero is totally ideal for taking on classic games from the SNES time and earlier. The complete project is even better when the whole system is inside a controller.

Good example (ahem), this project works on a SNES controller, this one tackles the NES controller, and this one uses that good old original Xbox controller. However you opt to get it done, you’ll obtain a quite slick little DIY vintage game console you can easily take with you just about anywhere.

2. Make a Miniature Dongle PC

While the Pi Zero makes a great little computer as it is, it makes a better dongle computer. By doing this, you can attach it to some other computer you have, then it will tether itself directly so you will never have to bring in a USB or any networking.

The good thing of this project is the point you no longer need yet one more PC mouse, computer screen, or keyboard lounging around. Merely jam in into your normal desktop computer and you are ready to go.

3. Construct the World’s Most compact (Possibly) MAME Cabinet

MAME cabinets are wonderful, but they are tremendous. For the complete opposite approach, you can take advantage of a Raspberry Pi Zero to make one which is approximately as tiny as the Pi itself.

You might need a few items to help to make this sucker get the job done, for instance a 3D printed case, but in the end cabinet is entirely functional, which implies you will have the best desk accessory on the job.

4. Make a Motion Sensing Digital camera


source: http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-Motion-Sensing-Camera/

The Raspberry Pi has been a fantastic motion sensing camcorder, but the low profile of the Pi Zero helps make it even better.

Making use of the Raspberry Pi Zero, your motion sensing camera has a considerably smaller measurement, indicating it can go in even tighter spaces. As an example, this one mounts to your window with a pair of suction cups, which is roughly as lightweight as it gets.

5. Play Any Simpsons Episode (or maybe Any Television Program) With Little Thought

If you have ditched cable and gone full streaming with your media, you might still miss the days of catching an arbitrary episode of your favorite TV show. The Raspberry Pi Zero may bring that back.

During this project, they use installments of The Simpsons stored on an Sdcard. With a custom script, you are able to click on a button and it plays an episode arbitrarily. You are able to increase any media you wish here, including multiple shows if you preferred, yet, The Simpsons are the ideal choice.

CREA TU NES CLASSIC MINI CON UNA RASPBERRY PI | CONSOLA RETRO ARCADE RETROPIE | NES CLASSIC EDITION



En este vídeo aprenderás a instalar retropie desde cero en tu raspberry pi, ademas vemos como pasar los juegos al dispositivo y todo amenizado con el propósito de crear una nes mini.

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Aquí compre yo mis Raspberry PI https://www.pccomponentes.com/raspberry-pi-3-modelo-b

SD Formatter:

https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/eula_windows/SDFormatterv4.zip

Win32 Disk Imager:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/

Retropie para Raspberry Pi 1:

https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup/releases/download/3.8.1/retropie-v3.8.1-rpi1_zero.img.gz

Retropie para Raspberry Pi 2 y 3:

https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup/releases/download/3.8.1/retropie-v3.8.1-rpi2_rpi3.img.gz

Si trabajais con Linux el comando es:

sudo dd if=nombre-de-la-imagen of=dispositivo-sd

Los 30 juegos de la NES CLASSIC MINI: https://mega.nz/#!Q8EDABbD!yVxelfeHTJVxw8wfdpcRFB64UuE69pQ01XdxSatevYU

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One-upping the NES Classic Edition with the Raspberry Pi 3 and RetroPie

NES Classic is no more, but luckily cost-effective hobbyist boards are good for little projects.

Last Nov, Nintendo pleasantly surprised everyone by going back to its root base and launching the NES Classic. The wonderful emulator/nostalgia-fest stimulated sudden desire, including near-instant supply issues and 200-percent-plus markups in secondary markets. So in December of 2016, we made a decision to build our own version preferably. Since Nintendo bizarrely announced that it won’t be making any more of the hard-to-find mini consoles recently, we’re re-running this piece to help those with a DIY streak again build your own. Hardware recommendations have been updated to reflect current availability and pricing for April 2017.

Discover more https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2017/04/one-upping-the-nes-classic-edition-with-the-raspberry-pi-3-and-retropie/

Meet MintyPi 2.0: Raspberry Pi Video Gaming Emulator Stuffed Into Tiny Mint Tin Box

A YouTuber and innovator has unveiled mintyPi 2.0, a project that converts a standard mint tin box in to a portable gaming console.

MintyPi 2.0, powered by the Raspberry Pi minuscule computer, is the second attempt at the project, bringing with it a couple of innovations compared to the original mintyPi.

Discover more http://www.techtimes.com/articles/204662/20170411/meet-mintypi-2-0-raspberry-pi-video-game-emulator-packed-into-tiny-mint-tin-box.htm

JB Hi-Fi Just Received The Mother Lode Of Nintendo Classic Minis

Christmas 2016 will permanently be valued as the year people went legit bananas for a retro NES console. The thing was a piece of plastic that just played 30 games from the 8-bit era – but appreciation for the past is a highly effective thing. So powerful that demand entirely eclipsed supply, triggering crashed web sites, exhausted stock and a large number of empty-handed clients.

For those still on a Zelda-like quest to buy this legendary device, we’ve got some very good news: the Nintendo NES Classic Edition is currently accessible in JB Hi-FI stores, Australia wide. Hurrah!

Discover more at https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2017/04/jb-hi-fi-just-received-a-butt-load-of-nintendo-mini-nes-consoles/

Radiogram project, raspberrypi zero, phat dac, Adafruit 20W Stereo Audio Amplifier

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Best Five Raspberry Pi Zero Electronic Projects Which Make Use Of Its Small Stature

The Raspberry Pi has long been the dabbler option for DIY electronics projects. The Raspberry Pi Zero, which is close to the size of a stick of gum, is relatively low priced and has it’s own special use circumstances though. Allow me to share ten of our most-liked projects which take advantage of its measurement.

1. Cram a Raspberry Pi Zero Into an Old Style Game Controller

We know the Raspberry Pi makes an impressive DIY computer game console. The setup process merely requires a matter of minutes, and the Raspberry Pi Zero is very effective at handling outdated computer games from the SNES time and perhaps earlier. The complete project is far better when the whole system is inside a controller.

Case in point (ahem), this project utilizes a SNES controller, this one tackles the NES controller, and this one uses that good old original Xbox controller. However you plan to take action, you will end up with a quite slick small DIY old school video game console you are able to take with you wherever.

2. Build a Miniature Dongle Computer

While the Pi Zero makes a neat small computer as it is, it makes a better dongle computer. In this way, you can attach it to some other computer you have, then it will tether itself directly so you will not need to include a USB or any networking.

One of the benefits of this project is the fact that you won’t need another mouse, screen, or computer keyboard hanging out. Simply jam in into your standard desktop PC and you are ready to go.

3. Make the World’s Smallest (Probably) MAME Cabinet

MAME cabinets are amazing, however, they are tremendous. For the exact opposite approach, you possibly can take advantage of a Raspberry Pi Zero to make one which is nearly as small as the Pi itself.

You might need a few items to help make this sucker deliver the results, like a 3D printed case, but in the end cabinet is totally functional, which means you will have the ideal desk accessory at work.

4. Make a Motion Sensing Camera


source: http://instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-Motion-Sensing-Camera/

The Raspberry Pi has always been a brilliant motion sensing video camera, but the low profile of the Pi Zero helps it to be far better.

Having the Raspberry Pi Zero, your motion sensing camera has a far smaller measurement, which implies it can go in even tighter spaces. One example is, this one mounts to your window with a set of suction cups, which is nearly as light-weight as it becomes.

5. Play Any Simpsons Episode (or perhaps Any Tv Series) At Random

If you’ve ditched cable and gone full streaming with your media, you’ll probably still miss the days of catching an arbitrary episode of your most-loved show on TV. The Raspberry Pi Zero may bring that back.

During this project, they use installments of The Simpsons saved on an Micro sd card. With a custom script, you can actually click a button and it plays a chapter arbitrarily. It’s possible to add in any media you want here, including many shows if you really wanted, yet, The Simpsons make the perfect option.

Raspberry Pi NES Emulator Project



Detailed view of my latest electronics project. An NES emulation machine for my living room, powered by a Raspberry Pi Model B+ (http://www.raspberrypi.org/products/model-b-plus/).

Edit: Forgot to mention, the connection between the 3.3V pin on the Raspberry Pi and the LED has a 330 ohm resistor spliced in where the original NES and new wires meet. Otherwise the LED is overjuiced and glows a scary bright white-orange, not the classic red that it should.

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One-upping the NES Classic Edition with the Raspberry Pi 3 and RetroPie

NES Classic is no more, but happily low-priced hobbyist boards are perfect for little projects.

Last Nov, Nintendo amazed everyone by returning to its root base and introducing the NES Classic. The fun emulator/nostalgia-fest started sudden require, including near-instant supply issues and 200-percent-plus markups in secondary markets. So in December of 2016, we chose to build our own version instead. Since Nintendo bizarrely announced that it won’t be making any more of the hard-to-find mini consoles recently, we’re re-running this piece to help people with a DIY streak once again build your own. Hardware recommendations have been updated to reflect current availability and pricing for April 2017.

Find out more https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2017/04/one-upping-the-nes-classic-edition-with-the-raspberry-pi-3-and-retropie/

Meet MintyPi 2.0: Raspberry Pi Gaming Emulator Jampacked Into Tiny Mint Tin Box

A YouTuber and designer has shared mintyPi 2.0, a project that transforms a regular mint tin box into a handheld video game console.

MintyPi 2.0, powered by the Raspberry Pi mini computer, is the second attempt at the project, bringing with it a range of positive changes as opposed to original mintyPi.

Find out more http://www.techtimes.com/articles/204662/20170411/meet-mintypi-2-0-raspberry-pi-video-game-emulator-packed-into-tiny-mint-tin-box.htm

JB Hi-Fi Just Received The Mother Lode Of Nintendo Classic Minis

Christmas 2016 will always be remembered as the year people went legit bananas for a vintage NES console. The thing was a piece of plastic that basically played 30 games from the 8-bit era – but appreciation for the past is a effective thing. So powerful that demand entirely eclipsed supply, contributing to failed web sites, exhausted stock and many hundreds of empty-handed clients.

For those still on a Zelda-like quest to obtain this renowned gizmo, we have some very good news: the Nintendo NES Classic Edition is now available in JB Hi-FI stores, Australia wide. Hurrah!

Find out more at https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2017/04/jb-hi-fi-just-received-a-butt-load-of-nintendo-mini-nes-consoles/

Raspberry Pi Zero Internet Radio – NPR One Demo



Demo of the Raspberry Pi Zero Internet Radio using capacitive touch controls with the Adafruit MPR121 capacitive touch sensor.

The Pi Zero connects to the NPR One API and streams audio via WiFi. The Adafruit MAX98357 connects over I2S to give the Raspberry Pi Zero analog audio out.

Parts used in project:
https://www.adafruit.com/wishlists/402061

3D Printed Parts:
https://www.youmagine.com/designs/raspberry-pi-zero-npr-one-radio

A360 Design Source:
http://a360.co/1TJcnvT

Learning guide:
https://learn.adafruit.com/raspberry-pi-zero-npr-one-radio/overview

Code on Github:
https://github.com/adafruit/nprone-cli

Project by Todd Treece
http://instagram.com/uniontownlabs

The NPR logo is a registered trademark of NPR used with permission from NPR. All rights reserved.

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http://lifehacker.com/cram-a-raspberry-zero-and-screen-into-an-altoids-tin-fo-1792394348

Best Five Raspberry Pi Zero Electronic Projects Which Take Advantage Of Its Small Measurement

The Raspberry Pi is definitely the hobbyist choice for Build-it-yourself electronic projects. The Raspberry Pi Zero, that’s about the size of a stick of chewing gum, is pretty cheap and has it’s own special use instances though. The following are 10 of our most liked projects that benefit from its measurement.

1. Stuff a Raspberry Pi Zero In an Old School Controller

It is well known the Raspberry Pi makes an superb DIY video gaming console. The setup process simply necessitates a couple of minutes, and the Raspberry Pi Zero is utterly able of taking on outdated games from the Super NES period and earlier. The complete project is better yet when the whole system is in a controller.

Just to illustrate (ahem), this project relies on a Super NES controller, this one tackles the NES controller, and this one uses that good old original Xbox controller. However you want to practice it, you will get a pretty slick tiny DIY retro game console you may tote around wherever.

2. Construct a Miniature Dongle PC

While the Pi Zero makes a great tiny computer as it is, it makes a better dongle computer. Doing this, you can attach it to another computer you have, then it will tether itself directly so you won’t need to include a USB or any networking.

The great thing of this project is the fact that you will not need yet another mouse, screen, or key pad hanging out around. Merely jam in into your normal computer and you’re good to go.

3. Construct the Planet’s Smallest (Potentially) MAME Cabinet

MAME cabinets are remarkable, however, they are sizeable. For the complete opposite approach, you may use a Raspberry Pi Zero to make one which is about as small as the Pi itself.

You need a few elements to make this sucker function, for instance a 3D printed case, but in the end cabinet is definitely functional, which implies you will have the best desk add-on in the workplace.

4. Build a Motion Sensing Digicam


source: http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-Motion-Sensing-Camera/

The Raspberry Pi is actually an incredible motion sensing digicam, but the low profile of the Pi Zero helps make it a lot better.

Employing the Raspberry Pi Zero, your motion sensing camera has a quite smaller foot print, meaning it can go in even tighter spaces. For illustration, this one mounts to your window with a couple of suction cups, which is about as lightweight as it may get.

5. Play Any Simpsons Episode (or maybe Any Television Program) At Random

If you have ditched cable and gone full streaming with your media, you might still miss the days of catching a random episode of your favorite TV show. The Raspberry Pi Zero may bring that back.

In this project, they use installments of The Simpsons placed on an Sdcard. With a custom script, it’s possible to click on a control button and it plays an episode arbitrarily. You’re able to increase any media you prefer here, including many different shows if you wished, yet, The Simpsons make the perfect option.

How to setup a RetroPie – Raspberry Pi 3 – Emulator – Console – Canakit – Emulation Station



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In this video we are going to take a Rasberry Pi 3 Canakit we purchased on Amazon to create a Retropie! That’s right, a retro console emulator using a Raspberry Pi! Retropie Tutorial 3.6!

In this video we will cover the following topics:

#1 – How to setup and install Retropie and Emulation Station on a Rasberry Pi 3 and SD card using the Retropie 3.6 Disk Image
#2 – Configuring RetroPie on a Raspberry Pi 3 using and HDMI cable with USB controller, USB keyboard, and USB mouse
#3 – Setting up Wi-Fi on a Raspberry Pi using Retropie
#4 – Copying ROM files from a Windows PC to the Raspberry 3 using Windows Explorer and FTP
#5 – Testing and playing games on the Raspberry Pi 3 and RetroPie Emulation
#6 – Testing and trying the NES, SNES, N64, Genesis, Megadrive, Atari 2600, and MAME emulators with RetroPie and the Rasberry Pi 3
#7 – Playing emulated games on RetroPie and the Raspberry Pi 3 including Donkey Kong, Asteroids Deluxe, Mortal Kombat, Kid Nikki, Banjo Kazooie, Goldeneye, Pitfall, Contra, and more!
#8 – Installing the Raspberry Pi 3 into a Canakit Case.
#9 – Installing heat sink on a Raspberry Pi 3
#10 – Using a USB NES, SNES, and Logitech analog stick controller with a Rasberry Pi 3 and RetroPie
#11 – Connecting a Rasberry Pi 3 via HDMI to a modern television TV
#12 – Using a MicroSD reader with Windows

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One-upping the NES Classic Edition with the Raspberry Pi 3 and RetroPie

NES Classic is no more, but happily bargain-priced hobbyist boards are well suited for small projects.

Last November, Nintendo pleasantly surprised everyone by returning to its root base and launching the NES Classic. The wonderful emulator/nostalgia-fest started sudden requirement, including near-instant supply issues and 200-percent-plus markups in secondary markets. So in December of 2016, we made a decision to build our own version as an alternative. Since Nintendo bizarrely announced that it won’t be making any more of the hard-to-find mini consoles recently, we’re re-running this piece to help people with a DIY streak again build your own. Hardware recommendations have been updated to reflect current availability and pricing for April 2017.

Keep reading https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2017/04/one-upping-the-nes-classic-edition-with-the-raspberry-pi-3-and-retropie/

Meet MintyPi 2.0: Raspberry Pi Video Gaming Emulator Stuffed Into Tiny Mint Tin Box

A YouTuber and creator has unveiled mintyPi 2.0, a project that turns an ordinary mint tin box into a lightweight game console.

MintyPi 2.0, powered by the Raspberry Pi minuscule computer, is the 2nd attempt at the project, bringing with it several upgrades as opposed to original mintyPi.

Keep reading http://www.techtimes.com/articles/204662/20170411/meet-mintypi-2-0-raspberry-pi-video-game-emulator-packed-into-tiny-mint-tin-box.htm

JB Hi-Fi Just Received The Mother Lode Of Nintendo Classic Minis

Christmas 2016 will permanently be thought of as the year people went legit bananas for a old style NES console. The thing was a piece of plastic that basically played 30 games from the 8-bit era – but nostalgia is a effective thing. So powerful that demand completely eclipsed supply, leading to failed web sites, exhausted stock and 1000s of empty-handed clients.

For those still on a Zelda-like quest to procure this mythological device, we have some very good news: the Nintendo NES Classic Edition is already offered in JB Hi-FI stores, Australia wide. Hurrah!

Keep reading at https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2017/04/jb-hi-fi-just-received-a-butt-load-of-nintendo-mini-nes-consoles/

Smart Video Robot Car Kit for Raspberry Pi with Remote Control by PC – Open Source Project



Hi! Here is the SunFounder Smart Video Car Kit for Raspberry Pi, with real-time video transmission and remote control by PC with Wi-Fi. Come see the world in a different view! Now it works with Raspberry Pi 3.
Available on our website: http://www.sunfounder.com/rpi-car.html – click SHOW MORE for the item on Amazon –
Germany: http://www.amazon.de/dp/B014KK89BW
UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B014KK89BW
Italy: http://www.amazon.it/dp/B014KK89BW
Spain: https://www.amazon.es/dp/B014KK89BW
French: https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B014KK89BW

Great news! NOW you can control your Smart Video Car for Raspberry Pi on your computer that runs on Windows:

A hobbyist (Thanks, Alessandro Barbosa!) just uploaded a video of the app improvement for IoT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVkz_T4x6KA&t=0s

This is the link for USB-serial adapter in the video:https://www.amazon.com/SunFounder-FT232RL-Adapter-Arduino-Raspberry/dp/B01K1RQE38/

Github repository: https://github.com/sunfounder/Sunfounder_Smart_Video_Car_Kit_for_RaspberryPi
The html server APIs: https://github.com/sunfounder/Sunfounder_Smart_Video_Car_Kit_for_RaspberryPi/blob/master/html_server/APIs.md

For more details, check the blog:
https://www.sunfounder.com/blog/A-Car-Robot-with-Video-Transmission/

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If you have any technical questions, welcome to post forums at https://www.sunfounder.com/forum/168/?p=1

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Related Information

The Raspberry Pi Zero W Includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to the Zero, Costs $10
http://lifehacker.com/the-raspberry-pi-zero-wireless-adds-wi-fi-and-bluetooth-1792789503

Hands-On: A case for the Raspberry Pi Zero with digital camera
http://www.zdnet.com/article/hands-on-a-case-for-the-raspberry-pi-zero-with-camera/

Stuff a Raspberry Zero and Screen Into an Altoids Jar for a Easily Portable Tiny PC
http://lifehacker.com/cram-a-raspberry-zero-and-screen-into-an-altoids-tin-fo-1792394348

Top 5 Raspberry Pi Zero Electronic Projects That Take Advantage Of Its Compact Dimension

The Raspberry Pi is definitely the enthusiast option for DIY electronic projects. The Raspberry Pi Zero, which is nearly the measurements of a stick of gum, is comparatively low cost and has it’s own special application conditions though. Here I will discuss 10 of our favorite projects that make the most of its size.

1. Pack a Raspberry Pi Zero Inside an Old School Controller

Everyone believes the Raspberry Pi makes an brilliant DIY video game console. The setup process basically takes a matter of minutes, and the Raspberry Pi Zero is perfectly efficient at handling older computer games from the SNES age and perhaps earlier. The whole project is much better when the whole system is inside a controller.

Just to illustrate (ahem), this project works on a SNES controller, this one tackles the NES controller, and this one uses that good old original Xbox controller. However you decide to do it, you’ll get a fairly slick tiny DIY old style video game console you can easily take with you just about anywhere.

2. Make a Small Dongle PC

While the Pi Zero makes a great tiny computer as it is, it makes a better dongle computer. By doing so, you can attach it to another computer you have, then it will tether itself directly so you don’t have to add a USB or any networking.

The good thing of this project is the fact that you no longer need yet one more computer mouse, display, or keyboard sitting around. Just jam in into your standard desktop computer and you’re all set.

3. Build the Planet’s Smallest (Most likely) MAME Cabinet

MAME cabinets are great, however, they’re massive. For the complete opposite approach, it is possible to make use of a Raspberry Pi Zero to make one that’s approximately as tiny as the Pi itself.

You will need a few stuff to help to make this sucker function, for example a 3D printed case, but in the end cabinet is definitely functional, that means you will have the perfect desk accessory at the workplace.

4. Build a Motion Sensing Camera


source: http://instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-Motion-Sensing-Camera/

The Raspberry Pi is almost certainly an awesome motion sensing digital camera, but the low profile of the Pi Zero makes it a better choice.

When using the Raspberry Pi Zero, your motion sensing camera has a much smaller size, therefore it can go in even tighter rooms. As an example, this one mounts to your window with a couple of suction cups, which is nearly as light as it can be.

5. Play Any Simpsons Episode (or perhaps Any Television Program) Randomly

If you have ditched cable and gone full streaming with your media, you’ll probably still miss the days of catching a random episode of your most enjoyable TV show. The Raspberry Pi Zero will bring that back.

In this project, they use installments of The Simpsons stored on an Sdcard. With a custom script, you’ll be able to just click a control button and it plays an instalment randomly. It is easy to put any media you choose here, including multiple shows if you really wanted, yet, The Simpsons are a great option.

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