Using a Raspberry Pi as a retro console emulator is extremely easy. Just download Retropie and run it. You can use any controller as retropie controller or even your keyboard to play retro games on your TV with HDMI. Nintendo NES, SNES, Sega MegaDrive, Gameboy, Amiga, Atari. You name it, it can play it. If you like to go a little bit further, you can […]
The MacBook Air mid 2012 is still a very capable notebook for everyday use. When my wife ordered one in 2012, we thought that a 120GB SSD would suffice, but times have changed and so has the size of IE. digital photo’s. Time to upgrade the SSD! I got my hands on a brand new WD Blue M.2 SSD 250GB, so I decided to use […]
Using a Raspberry Pi and some custom components, many people have created their version of a Retropie handheld game emulator that can play many retro games of the NES, SNES, Gameboy, Dreamcast and many more. Recently I built the Pigrrl 2.0 using the excellent kit and tutorial on Adafruit.com. This was a nice project, but it came out quite expensive, since I am located in Europe, […]
To archive all files from your Blackvue cloud-enabled dashcam to your Synology NAS without removing your SD card, simply do the following: 1. Connect your Blackvue dashcam to your local network using its cloud feature. 2. Find the IP of your Blackvue dashcam by checking the dhcp settings from your router, or by using an app like Fing for iPhone (look for network adapter with brand […]
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Because I couldn’t really find a design I liked on Thingiverse, i decided to design my own. I designed it with Colorfabb Woodfill – a wood like material – in mind, because since I finally got it to print, it’s by far my favorite material to print with. Surfaces get really smooth, and if you print at 0.15mm layers, sloped surfaces also look very nice. […]
When I ordered my Ultimaker 2, I was very excited about all the special filaments out there. Woodfill was my favorite. There was only one issue: It didn’t print. It got stuck in the nozzle every single time. I used the profile found on the colorfabb website, tweaked every single aspect of it but it simply wouldn’t print. Finally with some help of the 3DHubs community […]