LittleZone is a tribute to the 1980 video game Battlezone

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — June 6th, 2022 Back in 1980, the video game Battlezone was released, and it marked a major advancement in the world of computer graphics since it was the first game with a 3D first-person perspective. In it, the player must pilot a tank around a battlefield and fire at targets in an…… Continue reading LittleZone is a tribute to the 1980 video game Battlezone

Scan items from the real world into your Arduboy games with the Ardumiibo

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — July 27th, 2021 Inspired by a recent project involving Disney’s MagicBand technology, William Wimberly and Anthony Pallitta created an Arduboy-compatible RFID scanner they call the Ardumiibo, along with a DIY rumble pack. The Ardumiibo got its name from Nintendo’s Amiibo platform, which allows players to tap NFC-equipped figurines and see them within a…… Continue reading Scan items from the real world into your Arduboy games with the Ardumiibo

Using the MKR IoT Carrier board as a game console

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — July 21st, 2021 One of the first things many makers try to do when they receive a new piece of cool hardware is write a game for it. This is exactly what Johan Halmén did with his Breakout console that uses the Arduino MKR IoT Carrier board and an MKR1000 to both run and…… Continue reading Using the MKR IoT Carrier board as a game console

Typewriter turned into mechanical keyboard for gaming

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Arduino Team — May 8th, 2021 Although mechanical keyboards are more popular than ever in gaming communities, getting that perfect “click” when you press down on the key is still being chased. That’s why maker Jason Ron wanted to convert an old typewriter into the perfect gaming controller. It works by using some tape wrapped…… Continue reading Typewriter turned into mechanical keyboard for gaming

Play Call of Duty with a Raspberry Pi-powered Nerf gun

Reading Time: 2 minutes YouTuber Alfredo Sequeida turned a Nerf gun into a controller for playing Call of Duty: Warzone. This is a fun-looking modification project, but some serious coding went into the process. Head to the 13-minute mark for an in-game demonstration Trigger happy Funnily enough, the Nerf gun that Alfredo chose was a special edition Fortnite model.…… Continue reading Play Call of Duty with a Raspberry Pi-powered Nerf gun

GTA 5 – How to install RTX Shader? RTGI and Normal Free Shader Tutorial

Reading Time: 3 minutes How to install Ray Tracing Nvidia in GTA 5? RTGI and Normal Free Shader Tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZpIb98q2Pg Details: First of all This is not a Hacker or Crack Tutorial and NO This will not WORK for GTA ONLINE, Pls play normal Online. No one likes cheaters! You Need GTAV (Doesn’t matter what Version – Steam,Epic,Rockstar Launcher)…… Continue reading GTA 5 – How to install RTX Shader? RTGI and Normal Free Shader Tutorial

3DOF Racing Simulator – RacingCUBE

Reading Time: < 1 minutes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ikjjU8Lms4 The RacingCUBE is a small and powerful motion platform, designed for modularity and easy use. RELEASE TRAILER: https://youtu.be/urrow1AV8dE   You can get more information on the platform, watch videos and buy it by following the links below: BONUS Videos – Racing Sim Stations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xBCuHcmO0g https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1V8QEAdGNM   Official Source: https://fasetech.com/

Der The Last Of Us Fotomodus Wettbewerb

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Last of Us Part II bietet viele Möglichkeiten, um einfach mal stehen zu bleiben und die postpandemische Welt zu genießen. Neben viel Leid, Trauer und allerlei Gefahren sind es oft die kleinen Dinge im Leben, die es zu genießen lohnt. Vielleicht erhascht ihr einen Sonnenstrahl beim Reiten durch die Wälder oder entdeckt liebevolle Details…… Continue reading Der The Last Of Us Fotomodus Wettbewerb

Score of Tsushima: The Soundtrack of Ghost of Tsushima

Reading Time: 7 minutes Hey everyone, along with the rest of Sucker Punch, I am SO thrilled that Ghost of Tsushima will be in your hands soon. A lot of people have been asking about the game’s soundtrack and it is something the whole studio is really excited to share, so I wanted to talk a little bit about…… Continue reading Score of Tsushima: The Soundtrack of Ghost of Tsushima

Fix slow Nintendo Switch play with your Raspberry Pi

Reading Time: 3 minutes Is your Nintendo Switch behaving more like a Nintendon’t due to poor connectivity? Well, TopSpec (hosted Chris Barlas) has shared a brilliant Raspberry Pi-powered hack on YouTube to help you fix that. Here’s the problem… When you play Switch online, the servers are peer-to-peer. The Switches decide which Switch’s internet connection is more stable, and…… Continue reading Fix slow Nintendo Switch play with your Raspberry Pi

RetroPie for Raspberry Pi 4: video game emulation on our fastest-ever device

Reading Time: 2 minutes For many of you out there, your first taste of Raspberry Pi is using it as a retro gaming emulator running RetroPie. Simple to install and use, RetroPie allows nostalgic gamers (and parents trying to educate their kids) the ability to play old-schoolskool classics on any monitor in their home, with cheap USB game controllers…… Continue reading RetroPie for Raspberry Pi 4: video game emulation on our fastest-ever device

Top 10 PS4 Games: for when you’re stuck at home

Reading Time: 6 minutes Being stuck at home can become dreary for just about anybody, after a while. This is why we’ve decided to give you our ‘remedy’ for the couch-potato boredom mode you might be facing. What might that be? A fantastic complication of 10 of the best PS4 games you can play to boost your mood during…… Continue reading Top 10 PS4 Games: for when you’re stuck at home

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