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A DIY Raspberry Pi Hack Lets You Build The Smallest Gaming Cabinet In The World

A hacker called [Sprite_tm] AKA Jeroen Domburg built his own teeny, tiny Raspberry Pi-based MAME cabinet using some laser-cut plexiglass, some custom controls, and a eeny, weenie 2.4-inch TFT display. The best part? The cabinet even has a small OLED marquee at the top that shows the current game in play. 

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Minecraft Raspberry Pi Edition To Help Kids Learn To Code While They Build

The Raspberry Pi Foundation, maker of the $35 mini computer, is on a mission to get more kids to learn to code – and what better way to get children excited about the power of programming than by involving virtual block-builder game Minecraft? 

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Pick Up Our Penguin-Powered Pi Piper of Python

Turning the Raspberry Pi into a music player is old hat, but turning it into a personalised DJ is slightly more difficult if a lot more interesting.

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DIY Your Own Voice Controlled Lights with Arduino

Voice controlled lights are one of those futuristic ideas that never really caught on for mass consumption, but if you want to make your own, DIYer Mike Pieters shows off how to do it. More »...

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Build Your Own Arduino Powered MP3 Jukebox

By design, MP3 players are very modern looking devices, but if you'd like a little more retro flair, electronics blog Arduino Guay shows how to build a great looking MP3 player with an Arduino and a few spare parts. More »...

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