This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Raspberry Pi In the first part, we saw a brief presentation of the #Pi 2 hardware with some pictures. Now, in the sequel, we’ll see what you can do with a #Raspberry Pi 2. Hardware applications You could build a Temperature and Humidity Sensor, in order to monitor room temperature or help you grow vegetables thanks to the readings. If you are the gaming type, you could always build an Arcade Pi.
This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Raspberry Pi In this first article, I’ll talk about the latest #Raspberry #Pi 2 hardware, and what you can do with it. In a latter post, I’ll detail various things you can do with your Pi 2, and eventually in a last article I’ll guide you through the full install process. Stay tuned! Compared to the Raspberry Pi 1 it has:
It has been a long time without posting. Today, I am back, and I hope I’ll be able to keep this website updated. Lately, I have totally changed my way of watching media. For years, I used to get my media from newsgroups and store them and my custom built NAS. Since I discovered streaming plugins, I no longer store media, so that I can focus on backing up my data from my several computers to the NAS.
A few days ago, I was wrting about my favorite Android remote for###kodi. Today, I present you Kore – the official Kodi remote. Let’s say it right now. Kore is pretty new, and works well. However, I find that so far it is not as good as Yatse. Of course, you’ll find everything you can ask for a #remote control app: Control your media center with an easy to use remote; See what’s currently playing, including relevant information about it (movies, TV shows, music, pictures, files and addons); View and manage the current playlist; Change and sync subtitles and audiostreams; View your media library, with details about movies, TV shows, music and addons; Control Kodi’s volume with the hardware keys; Works with Kodi and #xbmc (Frodo and Gotham); Nice and easy to use interface, with multiple themes.
During this short video, I’ll show you #how to install #kodi (formerly know as #xbmc). It is a simple 2 steps process : downloading the software ; installing it. First, fire up your favorite browser and naivgate to kodi.tv, click on the Downloads link and select the Windows version. Wait for download to finish. Then, run the installer and just click “Next” until the installation is complete.
Today, while setting up my Twitter account, I learned about a new #kodi Add-on called istream from Xunitytalk. I will probably write about soon, when I have played with it long enough. However what I also learned today was far more troublesome. Some people, stole the great work from #IStream in order to make a new plugin from it. I don’t want to give them any credit, but I feel obliged to name them : AAA Stream.