Supreme Duo -Unofficial- RetroPie Image for Raspberry Pi 4

Supreme Duo - Retro Gaming for Raspberry Pi 4

The other day I was looking for RetroPie for Raspberry Pi 4 and I found it, but it was quite the process and I thought I had screwed something up, so after an hour I gave up. Then I went through the process again and gave up after an hour. I later found out that I was on the right … Read More

Retro Gaming – How to install Lakka on Raspberry Pi 4

Lakka on Raspberry Pi 4

In this video we’re going to take a VERY quick look at how to install Lakka on a Raspberry Pi 4 for retro gaming. What You’ll Need The process is actually super easy and only takes a few minutes. In order to do this, though, you’re going to need a few things: Raspberry Pi 3 or 4 with a proper … Read More

How To Install Minecraft on a Raspberry Pi 3 or 4

Minecraft on Raspberry Pi

With Christmas just a couple of weeks away, there’s a chance that you might end up getting a Raspberry Pi 3 or maybe even a Raspberry Pi 4. You might be wondering what to do with it, so I’m planning on doing a few videos and blog posts to give you some ideas. In this blog post and video, we’re … Read More

Raspberry Pi 4 Max from CanaKit

Canakit Raspberry Pi 4 Max

The amazing folks over at CanaKit sent over their Raspberry Pi 4 Max kit for me to take a look at. The Raspberry Pi 4 box includes: Raspberry Pi 4 4GB Model B with 1.5GHz 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 CPU (4GB RAM) 64GB Samsung EVO+ Micro SD Card (Class 10) Pre-loaded with NOOBS, USB MicroSD Card Reader CanaKit Premium High-Gloss Case … Read More

MotionEyeOS Cameras Not Showing in Chrome

MotionEyeOS

While doing some research into what my next video should be, I noticed in my YouTube analytics that my first MotionEyeOS video is still in my top 5 videos for the last month. So I decided to see about making a follow up video on it. After I setup my Raspberry Pi 3b+ with MotionEyeOS, I logged in and added … Read More

Backing Up motionEye to Google Drive

In this video we’re going to take a look at Backing Up motionEye to Google Drive. The process is actually REALLY simple, but it’s a bit repetitive. Once you have your cameras setup, you’ll want to make sure you’re logged into your MAIN Raspberry Pi. This is where you will be administering all of your cameras. Go to the top … Read More

How to Install Windows 10 on a Raspberry Pi 3

In this video we’re going to be ridiculous and install Windows 10 on a Raspberry Pi. There is no practical reason to install Windows 10 on a Raspberry Pi (RPi) other than we can. It will be Windows 10 RT so that it’s compatible with the ARM processor in a Raspberry Pi 3b+. This is a long process and takes … Read More

How To Setup a Raspberry Pi Home Surveillance System with MotionEyeOS

In this video we’ll look at How To Setup a Raspberry Pi Home Surveillance System with MotionEyeOS using a raspberry pi and a webcam. You’re going to need the following: – Raspberry Pi (or other supported single-board computer) – MicroSD Card (the larger the better and class 10 is preferred) – Raspberry Pi Power Supply – USB Webcam (higher resolution … Read More