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How to Build the Ultimate Raspberry Pi Retro Gaming Console

Learn how to build the ultimate Raspberry Pi retro gaming console, from picking a Raspberry Pi retro gaming OS to selecting a case, and scraping your ROMs!

How to Make a Raspberry Pi Python Web Server

Because of its small footprint, energy efficiency, and reasonable computing power, the Raspberry Pi makes an excellent server. You can spin up a media server using the likes of Plex, Emby, and OpenMediaVault, or a web server running WordPress, Drupal, Apache, or NGINX. Similarly, you can make a Python web server with a Raspberry Pi and Flask. Learn how to build a Raspberry Py Python web server!

Twitter controlled bubble machine

The Internet of Things is just that, things connected to the Internet. Sometimes they are useful, such as sensors for monitoring health and scientific data. Other times they are trivial/fun. Such as this project.

Make a DIY Smart Home Assistant with Hass.io for Raspberry Pi

Learn about Hass.io Raspberry Pi smart home software for making a do-it-yourself (DIY) smart home assistant device.

Setup Octoprint for the Anet A8 with a Raspberry Pi

The Anet A8 3D printer that we reviewed in early 2018 is a bit of a beast for under $150, it produces decent quality prints and it is relatively easy to build. It may be a basic printer, made to a price point but we found that it was a reliable workhorse for makers.

Go off the grid with your Raspberry Pi Zero W

The Raspberry Pi Zero W is a truly wondrous piece of kit. It provides access to the Raspberry Pi learning resources, it is really cheap so we can embed it in a project and forget about it, and it sips away at power, unlike its much larger relatives that guzzle power!

How to build a retro arcade with Lakka

Raspberry Pi boards are superb for several projects. From cryptocurrency mining to low-powered home theatre PC (HTPC) builds, Raspberry Pi single board computers (SBC) offer tons of functionality. A top project for the Pi is creating a retro gaming console. You’ll find several options for doing so, from RetroPie and Recalbox to Lakka. Learn how to build a retro arcade with Lakka!

How to Create a Retro Arcade with RetroPie

Raspberry Pi boards offer loads of uses for do-it-yourself (DIY) projects. One of the easiest and most gratifying is creating a retro gaming machine.

Using a Doppler radar sensor with the Raspberry Pi

There are many sensors on the market for the Raspberry Pi, Arduino and other single board computers/microcontrollers. But the RCWL-0516 is something new and exciting in that it offers the simplicity of a PIR sensor but with a greater range and ability to detect through objects, yet it still only retails for a few dollars from China.

Sending sensor data to Twitter using Node-RED

In this tutorial, we shall use a cheap common sensor, the DS18B20 a waterproof and accurate sensor that can be bought for less than $5 online.