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  "Next time you host a party, wouldn't it be great if your guests could choose what kind of entrance to make? The Make-an-Entrance Party Doorbell lets them do just that. It’s a wireless doorbell that has four buttons. Your guests can select between themes you choose, say, royal fanfare, heavy metal, Star Wars, or cheering sports fans. When they push the appropriate button, a regular doorbell sound is heard inside. But when the door is opened, a sound effect is played to match th ...
I had previously shared a video which talked about a robot which included both, a Raspberry Pi and an Arduino and was used to track a green ball. The robot used computer vision algorithms available with Simulink to detect and track the green ball. I came across a similar robot created by a colleague which is controlled by an Android app!   The robot runs on a Raspberry Pi and an Arduino Mega 2560. The Arduino Mega is used to control the individual motors of the robot, whereas the Raspberry ...
GameBoy Pi before and after (via Super Pi boy)   As technology continues to advance and develop the “next best thing,” there’s something about the classics that will never go out of style. John Hassl thinks so too, so he used the Raspberry Pi to bring back an old classic – the GameBoy. You’ll never have to part with Tetris again. Go on. Tell her you missed her.   Hassl missed the old gaming days and when he encountered a classic GameBoy at the thrift st ...

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