Rpi Projects and News
So you’re about to throw away your laptop… WAIT! Before you toss that banged up laptop thats missing a few keys, has a broken LCD screen, and has some crusty residue splattered across the track pad why not repurpose it? Specifically why not repurpose into your own NAS server? Yes that’s right you can turn… Read More Turning a Broken Laptop Into a NAS
This article is specifically for new Raspberry Pi users. So if you’ve already mastered this process check out another one of our articles here: View Other Grizzly Gents Articles “I Just Bought a Raspberry Pi, Now What?” Well firstly congrats on your purchase. And get ready to unlock this pandoras box! So you’ve got your… Read More Back to Basics: Raspberry Pi Imager
Why? Because we can….
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Here’s a look at the last three fight sticks we will have until our suppliers restock with parts. We are compelting the finishing touches on them. Controls still need to be wired up for the 4 player. But nothing too time consuming. Prices: 4 player Arcade fight stick Plug side play with power supply and… Read More The Last Three Arcade Fight Sticks go on Sale FRIDAY
Yes….you heard right. Whoever pucks up a 4 player model is in for a treat. We just made the four player fight stick Smart Home compatible with Google Home and Alexa. Check out the video below!
We will be ruffling off a one player DIY arcade fight stick complete with frame, buttons, joy stick. Raspberry Pi, and Power Supply. More info on how to be eligible to win tomorrow at 7pm PST.
When he went shopping for a vintage serial terminal to go along with his reproduction PDP-8/I computer, [Michael Gardi] came down with a bad case of sticker shock. But rather than be discouraged, he reasoned that if his “retro” computer could stand to have modern components at its heart, so could the terminal he used… Read More 2:3 Scale VT100 is a Perfect Pairing for PDP-8/I Replica
As I continue to learn more Python code I’ve reached a point where I want to have the ability to control multiple electronics with the use of a relay switch boar I bought back in December 2018. Originally I always going to build a musical light display for my two younger cousins at my uncle’s.… Read More How to Control a 4 Way Relay Switch with the Raspberry Pi
This tutorial is for Raspberry Pi Users who do not want to purchase a seperate set of peripherals to use their Pi. With these configurations you will be able to SSH into your Pi. First this assumes you already know how to flash the latest Raspbian Image to an SD card. Once the SD card… Read More How to Set Up A Headless Raspberry Pi Pt. 1
GitHub Read me instructions https://github.com/nodemcu/nodemcu-flasher/blob/master/README.md Flashing tool A big thanks to Spacehun for the tutorial – https://github.com/spacehuhn/esp8266_deauther
Check out our very own Billie “Terror” Grizzly as he walks us through just how you can have your very own $35 computer! Shocking? Well lets just say Steve Jobs is coming back from the beyond to stop us from revealing just how to do it! Retroarch Download – https://retroarch.com/?page=platforms SGG Nighthawk Wireless Controller –http://tiny.cc/SGGNIGHTHAWK… Read More The $35 Computer Apple Doesnt Want You To Know About
Holy unused weight room at Bill Gate’s house Batman! Could it be that after seven long years the Raspberry Pi Foundation has finally ….. Yes it has!!! The Raspberry Pi 4 has finally hit the official Raspberry Pi Store in Cambridge as well as a lit of official retailers! Hold on…seven years is a long… Read More Raspberry Pi 4 Officially Released!
Making an LED blink is simple once you know how. To most people reading this who are new to coding an LED blinking doesn’t seem very interesting…it’s just a light after all. Well yes that’s true, but the magic is when the jr. Developer writes then runs the Python script that tell the LED to… Read More Raspberry Pi Blinking LED
WHAT IS THE RASPBERRY PI 3? The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B is a micro-computer thats no bigger than the credit card in your wallet. The Pi isn’t like your typical machine, in its cheapest form it doesn’t have a case, and is simply a credit-card sized electronic board — of the type you might… Read More The $35 Wallet Sized Computer