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A guide to build your own handheld games console out of wood using bullet shells for buttons and a missile switch works with RetroPie and EmulationStation on the Raspberry Pi and includes a tiny audio amplifier, speakers and a LithiumIon iPad battery. Build Videos included to show how/how not - 10 mins of entertainment!
LED Bling controlled with an iOS or Android app over Bluetooth. Add your own LED designs simply by importing your GIFs into the apps. Apps include over 90 pixel art designs commissioned from pixel artists.
Hello guys,From my childhood itself I was wondering about the TV remote controller and how does it work.This instructable tells the story how I managed to decode/hack an old remote controller and used it for home automation.This instructable contains different parts as follows: Decoding the remote. Application 1. Application 2. Application 3.
For this instructable, we will set up an automatic hotspot using the Raspberry Pi and other minicomputers. Heres a list of the computers which are compatible: Raspberry Pi 1-2-3, Raspberry Pi Zero, Asus Tinkerboard Rock 64, Orange P Samsung Artiks Eagleye
Our intelligent HAT module provides your Raspberry Pi with mobile data, GPS positioning information and battery support. This is the perfect module for hackers, scientists, and creators as it gives your Pi powerful connectivity wherever you are.