Since my post back in September 2012 Bust a Tech software have been releasing new versions of there great simple webcam viewer software click on the link below to be taken to V2.2 of the software
And if you want to try the latest beta version you can find it at this link.
Take a look at the following link from Chris Stark if your having issues with your Microsoft surface not sleeping after upgrading to windows 10.
Y’know what’s a great game? Galaga.
G-A-L-A-G-A. It even has a great name. Galaga.
I don’t have a funny story here or any quirky memories about how I totally tripped and fell onto that Galaga arcade machine that one time and nearly severed my ankle.
Nope. Nothing like that at all.
Instead, I’m going to expound upon the greatness of Galaga in a few paragraphs. Please bear with me as I gush.
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A few people requested that we describe the design of our racks.
The truth is, each rack is slightly different and the final build is not the one we’d planned. A couple of reasons for this: we didn’t quite receive the Lego pieces we were expecting, and we had to tweak the designs to make things fit better. So this is a somewhat retrospective design document…
We have four racks containing 14 Raspberry Pi’s each, actually composed of two adjacent towers. In between the towers are two USB hubs. The design is such that the front provides access to the SD card slot and micro-USB power supply, so we can easily change SD cards and reset the Pi’s. We can also slide the Pi’s out, which is incredibly useful as we tend to be cannibalising Pi’s quite often, or else swapping them around for testing. The back of the racks…
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The team over at Adafruit Learning System have created a great guide for you to turn your raspberry pi in to a simple arcade machine with uses a real arcade joystick and arcade buttons for that 1980’s feel.
Take a look at the following guide to make your own Raspberry Pi arcade machine
Check out this website to purchase a small arcade joystick used in the build
and amazon supply some nice arcade buttons for the build