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from the Guardian

A dozen things to do with a Raspberry Pi

12 things to do with a Raspberry Pi - Rpi projects - nixie clock

from Crisp Concept Ltd.

Raspberry Pi 3 Kodi Xbmc Extreme Media Center

Access thousands of movies and TV shows at the click of a remote. Raspberry Pi Extreme Media Center provides a total home entertainment hub and media player, allowing you to view free digital TV, stream movies, browse the web, and manage your media library, all with full iOS and Android compatibility with AirPlay.It comes installed, configured and optimized so all you need to do is plug it in, set WiFi Network and away you go.The Media Center comes fully WiFi enabled with simple instructions provided in technical Section to connect to your own wifi network in secondsThe unit itself is small enough to sit hidden out of the way and runs silently. You wouldn't even know it was there.The heart of this Media Center is the latest version (Pi 3 Model B with 1GB ram) of the amazing Raspberry Pi computer. So if your feeling adventurous you can even run the unit as a mini computer.In addition to being able to play any of your unencrypted digital movies and music either by attaching a USB drive or connecting to your network drives perhaps the most desirable feature of this amazing device is its ability to stream Films, TV Shows, Music, Sports, Naughty Stuff and much more direct from the Internet all completely free of charge. Most famous add-ons are pre-installed!!! Phoenix 1Channel  Navi-X IceFilms Cartoon HD Showbox Sports Devil Video Devil What you will get is a system build with the following components: Raspberry Pi 3 1GB Board Model B Gorgeous Acrylic Case SanDisk Ultra 16 GB Micro SD Class 10 Card with Custom Build Kodi/Xbmc Setup 5V 2A Micro USB Power Supply Remote IR Controller or Wireless Keyboard Installed IR Sensor 6 ft HDMI Cable Supported Connections: 1 x HDMI A/V out 1 x 10/100 Ethernet 4 x USB 2.0 ports 1 x 3.5mm audio/video out jack 1 x Micro SD Memory Slot Board Specifications: Processor: 1.2GHz Quad Core BCM2837 ARMv8 64bit Processor Connectivity: Built-in WiFi (802.11B/G/N) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) RAM: 1GB GPU: VideoCore IV USB: 4 x USB 2.0 ports Ethernet: 10/100 Ethernet Port Video Output: Full-Size HDMI and Composite Sound: L/R Stereo Line-out Operating System: microSD card to load and store OS Digital Interfaces: 1 x CSI Camera Port and 1 x DSI Display Port GPIO: 40 General Purpose Input / Output Pins Instruction Manual, Remote Control Manual, How to update/restore system and lot more you will find in section Support


KodiKutters created a video showing how to make Kodi look like Netflix. This post expands on that video and gives more detail for new users.


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from The Daily Dot

A web designer built a magic mirror that displays weather information

A magic mirror powered by a raspberry pi. Best Christmas present I've ever put together. Detailed tutorial in comments. - Imgur


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Raspberry Pi: Wall Mounted Calendar and Notification Center

A modern update on the classic family calendar.