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all things Raspberry Pi

volkinaxe

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just for all things

Raspberry Pi
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works dam good for videos
 

Hound-of-chulainn

Well-Known Member
I don't have one yet, but I'm thinking of getting one to use as a media server for my TV. I also love the concept of having a computer with General purpose I/O pins on them, so I could mess around with random electronics projects if I ever think of doing something random with them. :)
 

volkinaxe

Well-Known Member
I don't have one yet, but I'm thinking of getting one to use as a media server for my TV. I also love the concept of having a computer with General purpose I/O pins on them, so I could mess around with random electronics projects if I ever think of doing something random with them. :)
cool good luck with it ^w^
 

zeroPony

Well-Known Member
I don't have one yet, but I'm thinking of getting one to use as a media server for my TV. I also love the concept of having a computer with General purpose I/O pins on them, so I could mess around with random electronics projects if I ever think of doing something random with them. :)
Just some notes.
If you can, try RPi and other media players. I have RPi 3B and it sucks with Full HD video (depends of codec). At the same time my 10 years old ASUS O!Play HDP-R1 media player is still good at Full HD content!
And keep in mind that GPIO uses 3.3V level (instead of 5V at Arduino) ^_^''
 

FoxWithAName

New Member
Currently I use mine as a print server for my 3D printer, it runs octoprint. How would you describe resolution and viewing angels? I want to try a screen next.
 
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