GBA on the Big Screen: FPGA Delivers HDMI and Every Feature Imaginable

The concept of creating a gaming portable out of a home console has been around for some time, but it’s hardly seen the other way around. There have been a few devices that dared to straddle the line (i.e., Sega Nomad, Nintendo Switch, etc.), but the two worlds typically remain separate.

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DIY Ambilight With Raspberry Pi and NO Arduino! Works on Any HDMI Source.

For those who don’t know what an Ambilight is; its a set of LED strips that are attached to the back of your TV to light up the wall behind it and the LEDs react by changing colour to match what’s being shown on the screen.

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10 Wearable Projects To Inspire and Amuse

Do you have an embedded electronics project that you can wear? Then it’s a wearable! Wearables can be a great conversation starting tool at Maker Faires, a way to give life to a Halloween costume, or even carry some utility. With a bit of ingenuity, you can make anything into a wearable.

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UDOO X86 with GEFORCE GTX 1060 GPU

In this tutorial we’re going to see how to set up the GEFORCE GTX 1060 GPU with UDOO X86 ULTRA. The guide will be separated in 2 different parts, hardware and software. Since I haven’t found a M.2 Key B to PCIe Edge card adapter that fits the UDOO X86 Key B socket, I had to cut a notch on a M.

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