Let’s explore the NEW Raspberry Pi 400 “Complete Computer Kit”! We’ll unbox, teardown, test RetroPie, the keyboard, & more! Could this be the ultimate retrocomputing emulator?
This is just a quick heads up video, The Raspberry Pi Foundation just released the all-new Raspberry Pi 400 Personal Computer Kit and it looks amazing! Powered by the same BCM 2711 CPU that comes in the Raspberry Pi4 but it’s clocked at 1.8Ghz out of the box as opposed to 1.5Ghz! It also has 4GB of ram 2x USB 3.0 ports 1x USB 2.0 AC wifi and full access to the GPIO and it will run basically any OS that the pi 4 can but it comes with a 16Gb Micro SD card pre-loaded with Raspberry Pi OS.
This is something that Raspberry pi has never done and I’m looking forward to testing out the Pi 400 soon.
In this video I’ll show you a funny way to protect your SSH server from hackers, script kiddies and Chinese botnets, using Endlessh by Chris Wellons Endlessh (GitHub): https://github.com/skeeto/endlessh
Remember the days when you had to define a separate music card and sound card for DOS games? When your mate’s Wavetable Soundblaster AWE32 was the bees knees? When you had a vast collection of .MID files to listen to? Ahhh, the days of MIDI. What happened to those days? Where did FM Synth and Wavetable cards disappear to? Let’s delve in.
There was once a piece of code, buried deep within Windows, designed to detect competitor operating systems, and upon finding them, CRASH… or at least, make the user feel like something was seriously wrong. This was Microsoft’s attempt to truly kill Digital Research’s DR-DOS, and although it worked, it wasn’t long until the true nature of Microsoft’s practices was uncovered.
Phoenix CNC’s Hayri Uygur has launched a CAN bus add-on with built-in 1.3″ full-color IPS display panel, designed to offer at-a-glance monitoring of various vehicle functions and wireless connectivity to a phone or tablet.
“This is the newer version of my initial CAN Gauge Micro,” Uygur explains, “[with] more features than before: Dual info screen with speed and RPM; Speed screen with speed warning; RPM screen with shift light; Coolant temperature; Engine oil temperature; Intake air temperature; Ambient air temperature; Throttle position; Voltmeter; Fuel economy; Vacuum, boost/turbo; Air-fuel ratio; O2 sensor voltage, bitmap edited according to your cylinder number; Gear indicator.”
In this video, we take a look at the Neo Pi M4 single board computer from friendly Arm/ Friendly Elec. Powered by a 6 Core CPU and backed by a 4 core Mali GPU can this compete with the Raspberry Pi 4?
In this video we test out Android 10 running on this board and test out Video playback from YouTube and PLEX then we move over to some Native android games like Minecraft and Asphalt 9 and finally wrap it up with some PSP, Dreamcast emulation, and Cloud gaming using Project Cloud/Xbox game streaming.
Miniaturization of electronics started by NASA’s push became an entire consumer products industry. Now we’re carrying the complete works of Beethoven on a lapel pin listening to it in headphones. — Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist and science commentator
[…] the pervasiveness of ultra-low-power embedded devices, coupled with the introduction of embedded machine learning frameworks like TensorFlow Lite for Microcontrollers will enable the mass proliferation of AI-powered IoT devices. — Vijay Janapa Reddi, Associate Professor at Harvard University
This simple, 3D-printed quadruped robot is designed to explore control theory and machine learning.
Anyone can learn about robotics, but what if there was an inexpensive, hands-on approach? That’s where Boca comes into play. Nguyễn Phương Duy designed his open source, 3D-printed platform for makers and researchers interested in exploring control theory, machine learning, and reinforcement learning.
Boca has eight degrees of freedom with some great moves to help you in your robotics research and study. It can be purchased in two different flavors if you so choose: either fully assembled or with a kit that has the required components to get started with robotics. Duy is also making a 12-degrees of freedom variant, set to be released soon.
What will this mean for the future of SXOS ?