Introducing the Raspberry Pi Commander

The gaming scene has taken a turn ever since the 80s and 90s. Until now, gaming wouldn’t stop rising to popularity. Kids used to ask their parents to buy them the latest games for their latest Nintendo 64 or Playstation consoles.
Nowadays, the gaming industry has dramatically evolved. Anyone who is tech-savvy or someone willing to learn can produce a promising gaming unit as long as one has the right components and makes some tweaks here and there.
Take, for example, Adrien Castel. He made The MagPi 95. He recycled an old toy and re-structured it into a video game controller that still had the 80s vibe.
The MagPi…

Get Better at Scrabble by Using the Raspberry Pi High-Quality Camera

If you are one of those people who are struggling to win in a game of Scrabble at home, with friends, family, or your significant other, then fret no more. There is a way to up your game and make people fear you for some real competition.
Have you ever thought of using a camera to win a Scrabble game? Well, here are some tips and tricks, by Wayne from Devscover, on how you can lay down the highest-scoring words based on the tiles you have.
You will need a Raspberry Pi model that has a camera and display ports. This trick works best with the Raspberry Pi 3B, a touchscreen device, and the Raspberry Pi High-Quality Camera.

Raspberry Pi Keyboards Available Now for Portugal, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark Users

The Raspberry Pi signature “red and white” color-schemed keyboards were sensational. It stood out because of its color and also because of the ease of use of it. However, since only the US and UK versions were widely popular, back then, those were the only ones made available in the market.
Because of the high demand, new variants are now available for Portugal, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. The new models come in the usual “red and white” color-scheme keyboards. Even though the said variant is widely popular, the company has announced that they will also be putting the “black and gray” color-…