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Valve is significantly expanding your ability to share games at home and with your friends for free using Steam.
One change is the introduction of a Linux version of its Steam Link app, which lets you stream games from a computer to a device with the Steam Link app installed on the same local network. This new Linux version means that you can now stream games from a computer to a Linux-based set top box hooked up to a TV, for example. The app is also available on Android, iOS, and Raspberry Pi.
Valve has also rolled out a big update to its Remote Play Together feature, which lets you stream games on your computer over the internet so you can play them with friends. Just last week, Valve introduced a way to let you play games with friends...
I have a question about 3D scanning devices: Why aren’t they easier to access? Today a project by Thomas Megel made the rest of the handheld smart device universe look silly by comparison. With OpenScan project software, Raspberry Pi, and the Pi camera v2.1, Megel created a budget-friendly 3D-scanning system that’s able to capture highly accurate 10-micron 3D scans with … Continue reading
Tiny $4 computer meets tiny OS Those pondering what to do with the latest Raspberry Pi gizmo, the $4 Pico, have a new option in the form of a FUZIX port.…
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The Raspberry Pi Foundation always knows how to please or surprise us and push other manufacturers to make interesting steps and solutions for good competition.On Thursday (fish day, by the way), January 21, 2021, a new microcontroller RP2040 and a small board using it, called Raspberry Pi Pico, were announced.To be honest, I read this news and didn't plan to do anything about it.But then I accidentally noticed a few features of this microcontroller, which piqued my curiosity and prompted me to buy a couple of boards for further experiments.It was the PIO blocks and lots of PWM.In all fairness, PWM can be solved somehow, but PIO is worth playing around with.Unfortunately, I have not mastered PIO well enough, so PIO features are beyond the scope of this article.But if it will be very interesting for the community, I may continue it after sharing something.The Raspberry Pi Pico is a board with an RP2040 microcontroller.Bear in mind it's not a PC running a grown-up OS like Linux.It's a microcontroller, and as such, the Pico has different uses than the Raspberry Pi Zero and other older Raspberry Pi family products.Here are some of the specifications:Two Arm Cortex-M0+ cores @ 133MHz264 KB memory (284 KB if you disable XIP caching and use USB memory)2MB flash memory with XIP caching.
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A full-fledged computer inside a box that measures just eight cubic inches.
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Adding Microsoft's repository allows Pi users to "apt install code" and be done.
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Classic iPods have their fans, but they’re not built for the modern age of music streaming — except for this one, which has been turned into a Spotify player by tinkerer Guy Dupont. While it may look like an iPod from the outside, inside, it’s got a Raspberry Pi loaded with software custom-built by Dupont to interface with Spotify, while still keeping the classic iPod style. He calls it the sPot.
In a video showing off the project and the process behind it, Dupont says he was inspired when his mother-in-law gifted him the old iPod. In a Hackaday post, he says he “had forgotten how good it feels to hold and use one of these things,” but he wanted to update it with some modern features, including (obviously) Spotify streaming, Bluetooth...
A DIY tinker has created something very interesting using a 17-year-old fourth-generation iPod. For those who may not have been around during the fourth-generation iPod era, it’s the old one with the big click wheel and monotone screen. The guy behind the project says that he was given a bag of old iPods and decided to modify one. His goal … Continue reading
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The Pico chip is available now for pairing with Raspberry Pi mini computers.
Today the first Raspberry Pi microcontroller was released for approximately $4 USD. This device is the Raspberry Pi Pico, built on RP2040, a “brand-new chip” developed at Raspberry Pi. This device bridges the gap between the still relatively heavyweight computation handled by the Raspberry Pi proper, and the computing that should be handled by a much lower power microcontroller. Today … Continue reading
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The Raspberry Pi Foundation’s tiny computers can be used for anything from homemade cameras to cucumber sorters, and now, the group is branching out into microcontrollers and custom silicon. The Raspberry Pi Pico is the first step. It’s a new $4 microcontroller that’s smaller than the average Pi, features a custom chip powerful enough to be used in machine learning projects (according to The Raspberry Pi Foundation), and is on sale now.
In its introductory blog post, the company explains that today’s Raspberry Pis are already often used alongside a smaller microcontroller:
The Raspberry Pi takes care of heavyweight computation, network access, and storage, while the microcontroller handles analogue input and low-latency I/O and,...
Groovy Gorilla 'completely usable' but some of the hardware remains off-limits Things can move fast in the IT world, and Linux on Apple silicon has gone from "ooh look, text on a screen" to something considerably more usable in a matter of days.…
Brings the Raspberry Pi ethos to the world of microcontrollers.