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Linux Raspberry Pi

How to Run Linux on an ESP32

This video is from element14 presents. Can you run Linux on an ESP32? Until recently, you could just answer “no!” But, in fact, you can run Linux on a specific variant of the ESP32-S3 MCU! Based on this, Clem saw an opportunity to build his own Linux-powered SBC in the form factor of the Raspberry […]

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Interesting Maker

Ultimate Homelab Cable Setup

This video from clabretro proves that there’s a home lab for everything as he sets up his own cable TV network. Completing my ultimate homelab cable setup. We’ll fix a pair of industrial RF modulators, go over the go-homelab-cable project for streaming media, and get everything installed in the rack. Source code: https://github.com/clabland/go-homelab-cable

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Maker Raspberry Pi

Modern Day Record Player Tutorial (RFID, Spotify API, Python, and Raspberry Pi)

This video from talaexe highlights a very cool project.

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Framework Cyberdeck – DIY Portable PC

This video is from Ben Makes Everything.

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Is this Best ESP32 board? New T-Display S3 ESP32S3

Now that the move is complete and more of my stuff is out of boxes, I look forward to tinkering with electronics again. I finally received new Lily GO T-Display S3 development board. Old version TTGO T-Display is one of my favorite boards. In this video I will show you features of new board, we […]

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A DIY 65816 Computer

This guy built his own SBC with a 65816 processor at it’s core. This week, I decided to do a little show-and-tell on the 65816-based ‘single’ board computer that I’ve been working on on and off for the last three or so years.

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AI Maker Robotics

How to Build Your Own Retro Toy Robot

John Kennedy, a retro computer and IoT enthusiast who has a fascination for classic robot toys from the 80s. He’s finally got his hands on the toy he wanted from his youth, but instead of being content there, he’s given it a brain.

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Interesting

Making Commodore 64 Software In 1983

The Commodore 64 is where I learned to code. In this archival video, learn how software development has changed (and hasn’t) in the past 40 years. From my archives – this excerpt from my 16mm print of the 1983 film “Making It Young” about young Canadians who are making their own way in the world. […]

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Building a quality USB-C microphone

Quality audio for cheap? Are you looking for a hardware project? Then this is the video for you.

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