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Retro Gaming with Raspberry Pi 2nd Edition

Reading Time: 2 minutes We’ll show you how to download retro games and emulate them with Raspberry Pi computers. You’ll discover how to build your own consoles, both handheld and television-based. The arcade cabinet was a defining feature of 1980s and 1990s culture, and you can build your own from kit form. Our huge step-by-step guide makes it easy […]

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Droiid – A Package Delivery Robot

Reading Time: 3 minutes Direct Droiid “Droiid came through the inspiration of recent innovations going on within the delivery market,” Eben tells us. “As online consumer demand increases, to keep up with growing demand, the idea of autonomous drones delivering small packages to your doorstep isn’t too far off reality.” Furthermore, a Raspberry Pi 4 is central to how […]

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Count down to Christmas with the Arduino-powered Hackvent Calendar

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — December 3rd, 2021 Along with the typical Christmas decorations of trees and elves sitting on shelves Tom Goff was motivated to build a DIY “Hackvent” calendar after being inspired by his son’s request for one. The design differed from the traditional Advent calendar in that it features an array of 25 lights, one for each […]

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Review: UPS HAT For Raspberry Pi Zero WH

Reading Time: 2 minutes This Waveshare UPS HAT is an interesting option, supplied with a 3.7 V 1000 mAh LiPo battery. Fitting onto a sticky strip on the board, the battery has a short cable that plugs into the board’s mini JST socket. With the battery installed, the board connects to a Raspberry Pi WH in a novel way: six springy […]

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Schematic-o-matic automatically creates KiCAD schematics from your breadboard

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — December 3rd, 2021 Breadboards are the first tool you break out in any prototyping journey and almost every project will utilize a breadboard at some point. Those breadboards often turn into a rats’ nest of overlapping wires that are difficult to trace, which makes it difficult to create an accurate schematic when […]

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Gift inspiration for makers on the Arduino Store

Reading Time: 3 minutes If you’re a maker, engineer or any other kind of tech-head, there’s a vast number of great electronics gifts you can choose from. But if you’re not as immersed in maker culture as your partner, kids, friends or family, and you’re looking for the perfect gifts for the makers in your life, we’ve got you […]

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Interview: Dr Footleg

Reading Time: 2 minutes “I studied science academically, but computers were a hobby right back to my early teens when we got a C64,” Footleg tells us. “When I graduated, I thought working on computers would be something I would enjoy, so I bought a ‘teach yourself to program in 21 days’ book and started applying for jobs 21 […]

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Our 12 favorite Arduino UNO projects

Reading Time: 3 minutes The UNO wasn’t Arduino’s first board, and it won’t be its last. There have been many varieties of microcontroller and maker boards before and after the UNO, but none have been as iconic. As we cross the epic milestone of 10 million UNOs sold and the launch of the UNO Mini Limited Edition, we decided […]

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Aston Martin DB5 Junior

Reading Time: 3 minutes A real Aston Martin DB5 will set you back an unimaginable amount of money, and won’t even have changing number-plates as standard. If you’re happy with something a little smaller, cheaper, and a bit more eco-friendly, The Little Car Company has a solution for you: the Aston Martin DB5 Junior No Time To Die Edition […]

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Converting a Fat Cat plushie into a controller for Final Fantasy XIV

Reading Time: < 1 minute Arduino Team — November 26th, 2021 Mounts in the video game Final Fantasy XIV act like how cars or horses do in our world since they allow players to travel around the map much faster than would otherwise be possible. But even better, mounts are ways to express personality and have some fun, which is […]

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Incredible Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W projects in The MagPi 112

Reading Time: 3 minutes Discover 40 incredible projects that make the most out of Zero 2 W’s faster 1GHz quad-core processor. Build radio sets, robots, retro games consoles and more. Solder pins to your Zero 2 and get started with electronics. All in this month’s edition of The MagPi. Make your own Raspberry Pi gifts One of our goals […]

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Win one of ten Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W and FLIRC Raspberry Pi Zero Case Bundles

Reading Time: < 1 minute Save 37% off the cover price with a subscription to The MagPi magazine. Try three issues for just £5, then pay £25 every six issues. You’ll save money and get a regular supply of in-depth reviews, features, guides and other PC enthusiast goodness delivered directly to your door every month. Subscribe

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Introducing the Arduino UNO Mini Limited Edition: Pre-orders now open

Reading Time: 3 minutes The iconic Arduino board is back, in the shape of the UNO Mini Limited Edition. Pre-orders have just gone live, so don’t dawdle if you want to get your hands on this stunning piece of Arduino history. 10 Million Makers Can’t Be Wrong The UNO Mini Limited Edition is here to celebrate a pretty epic […]

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Meet RobBob, a 3D-printed robot head that works with an N64 controller

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — November 23rd, 2021 Inspired by a special two-axis mechanism that uses a pair of beveled gears to create panning and tilting motions, maker and YouTuber JBV Creative wanted to integrate it into a larger kinetic sculpture that could move electromechanically while also looking great at the same time. This led to the creation of RobBob, […]