In this project, we go through the steps on how to control a DSLR with the Raspberry Pi. A project like this might appeal to you if you want to be able to control your camera programmatically. For example, taking a photo every hour so you can make a time-lapse.
This tutorial takes you through all the steps to set up the Snowboy Hotword detection service on the Raspberry Pi. This is a great way to create some custom hotwords that your Pi will be able to pick up. You can then perform specific actions using Python utilizing your own hotword.
In this Raspberry Pi Steam Link tutorial, we will be showing you how to set up the Steam Link game streaming software on the Raspbian operating system. For those who do not know what Steam Link is, it is a piece of software that allows your Raspberry Pi to easily stream games from your computer […]
In this Raspberry Pi Webmin tutorial, I will go through all the steps to set up the Webmin software package for the Raspbian operating system. Webmin is excellent if you wish to have a web-based interface for system administration. It removes the need to manually edit configuration files and makes administration a lot easier. You […]
For this Raspberry Pi Kiosk tutorial, we will be showing you how you can set up your Pi as a Kiosk using the popular web browser, Chromium. We utilize Chromium as it is one of the best-supported web browsers and openly supports the functionality to act in a kiosk mode. It is also easy to […]
In this Raspberry Pi Flightradar24 tutorial, I go through the steps to set up a flight tracker that feeds to the FlightRadar24 service. I had covered an ADS-B tracker before but utilized the FlightAware software. Depending on personal preference you may prefer to use Flightradar24 instead. Both have their pros and cons. One of the […]
In this Raspberry Pi Chromecast tutorial, we will be showing you how you can set up your Raspberry Pi to act as a Chromecast device. While we can’t implement the same protocol that Chromecast relies on we can replicate this on the Raspberry Pi. We replicate its behavior by using two key pieces of software […]
In this Raspberry Pi Gitea tutorial, we will be showing you all the steps to getting Gitea up and running on the Raspberry Pi. Gitea, if you have never heard of it, is a self-hosted Git service, offering an interface much like Github for those who want to self-host there Git repositories but still want […]
In this Raspberry Pi OctoPrint tutorial, we will be walking you through all the steps that you need to follow to be able to set up OctoPrint on your Raspberry Pi and connect to it from Cura. To simplify things, we will be using the OctoPi distribution. This distribution is a pre-setup version of Raspbian […]
In this Raspberry Pi Pi-hole tutorial, we will be setting up a network-wide ad blocker. A network-wide ad blocker works by acting as your DNS server. What the network-wide ad blocker does is act as your DNS server. Your computers and routers will connect to it for DNS requests. These DNS requests will then be […]
In this Raspberry Pi screen sharing tutorial, we are going to show you how to setup VNC so that you can share screens. Sharing screens is incredibly helpful if you require viewing what is being displayed on the main screen. Usually, VNC will create a new session on the Raspberry Pi meaning you won’t be […]
In this Raspberry Pi Parsec tutorial we take a look at a software package called Parsec, it is a game streaming software designed to offer a simple setup and low latency connection. Parsec allows you to be able to connect to your gaming pc or a cloud gaming pc from anywhere in the world. This […]
In this project we will be walking you through all the steps to set up your very own Raspberry Pi Terraria server, allowing you to set up a low cost and energy efficient Terraria server. This project is made possible thanks to two open source initiatives, the first of those being the tShock Terraria server. […]
This Raspberry Pi Google assistant project will walk you through on how to build and set up your very own Pi-powered Google Assistant. This assistant will actively listen to your voice and respond to your queries, all you need to say is “Ok Google” or “Hey Google” followed by your query. To set up your […]