• PocketBeagle: the Brand New Raspberry Pi Zero Rival

    BeagleBoard.org has revealed its latest development board named PocketBeagle. It’s an ultra-tiny and open source USB-key-fob computer that’s crafted for DIYers, hobbyists, and educators. Talking about the dimensions, PocketBeagle measures 56x35x5mm. This small size makes it flexible enough for electronic...

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  • Raspberry Pi Dev Builds NES Classic Using Retro Emulation

    The NES Classic Edition has become something of a Christmas must-have, as a generation of ageing gamers want to show their kids how much more enjoyable and inventive the games of old were, before they all became about...

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  • Virtual reality could help fight depression

    A study by University College London (UCL) and the Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies (ICREA) suggests virtual reality could be utilized as a treatment for depression in the future. The pilot study worked with 15...

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  • Oculus Rift release date, features and price: pre-orders now open and final price revealed

    The Rift headset isn’t cheap, though, setting back would-be pre-orderers a tasty $599 (~£410). That doesn’t include US tax, nor shipping – which will be considerable for global orders. However, for that money you bag yourself the...

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  • Meet PINE64, the World’s First $15 Open Source Gaming Machine That Runs Android and Linux

    “PINE64 is an open source platform from both hardware to software. Our goal is to bring the most affordable 64-Bit computing solution to the world. Use the PINE64 to build your next computer, tablet, gaming device, media...

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  • Microsoft HoloLens: update on release date, rumours, specs & pricing

    While the Oculus Rift has garnered a lot of attention in the press, Microsoft’s HoloLens appears to be shaping up to be a very interesting take on virtual reality headsets. The HoloLens was the surprise announcement at...

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  • Hybrid Play helps embed Kid playgrounds videogames

    A cool project we recently received through our submit news channel; as founders say: “Ours is an open project (open software & open hardware) that will be freely available to everyone willing to try Hybrid Play in...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Open Pandora goes more open – not totally yet.

    Open Pandora, the open platform for gaming embraces more open access to files. Unfortunately is not properly what we call open source hardware as the license doesn’t allow for commercial use but, as you may know, a debate...

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  • Equiso Play is An Open Source Gaming Console for Android

    Ambitious goal for these guys to build another Android gaming platform (remember OUYA?) but doing it….in Open Source (code): With our smartphones we sacrifice sound, battery life, and a tiny screen for mobility. It’s time to merge...

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  • DragonBox Pyra picks up OpenPandora heritage

    The DragonBox Pyra seems to be taking the heritage of OpenPandora (open source gaming console). Let’s stay tuned! It’s been a few years since a group of developers started working on an open source handheld gaming device...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • An Arduino Platform to Hack and Automate Xbox controllers: ABXY

    The ABXY is an interesting expression of a super niche project (heavy Xbox gamers). It’s basically a “rapidfire and Macro platrform” for (hacked) Xbox controllers. It is a hardware board that can be installed inside a controller and...

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  • An Open Source Digital Katana with Real-Time Tracking and SDK

    Ok, this is a kinda niche project but the video is too funny and we were enthusiastic to help this guy that created an open source hardware training + playing Katana: Designed to be both fast and...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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