Alberto Navarro

Curious by nature, DIY lover and continuously learning. Always hanging around the Internet and undertaking all kinds of online projects.

Make your own Raspberry Pi Console Emulator and enjoy thousands of games.

Raspberry Pi Console Emulator

Once again we come across one of the star projects that we have at our disposal for Raspberry Pi. It is a Raspberry Pi Console Emulator which will allow us to play more than 30,000 games from over 56 consoles.

My Retro Console

Set up your own NES-style Retro Console, with thousands of games pre-installed on its high-speed SSD.

My Retro Library

My Retro Library

The biggest Retro Library on the Internet. Enjoy thousands of retro and not so retro games without taking up a single GB of your hard drive.

External Hard Disk Drive

Hard Drive with My Retro Library

If you don't want to subscribe to My Retro Library to access your games in the cloud, you can buy a hard disk with all the games already in it.

As I say, it has always been a star project. But it wasn't until the power of the new Raspberry Pi arrived that many of those people who needed something more were encouraged.

And with this console we can emulate games from up to PlayStation, PSP or Dreamcast.

But what can we really do with this Raspberry Pi Console Emulator?


Comparison of home 3D printers, which one to buy?

Form 2 3D Printer

This is the decade of this technology, no doubt, hence we have made this 3D printer comparison, to get a general idea of where it stands and to compare the current scenario.

Although we have been reading about it for many years, it is only now that the big DIY companies are starting to get involved and invest in the technology that is revolutionising all kinds of markets.

There is a lot of movement but also a lot of ignorance about how easy it is to use this technology. It is very new and does not derive directly from any already known technology, but has appeared out of nowhere (we are talking about domestic environments, at industrial level they have been used for a long time), so with this comparison we are going to try to give you a better idea of how easy it is to use. some basic ideas for you to learn something about this world and you can see how the market is right now.


Your own Raspberry Pi Media Center with KODI

Raspberry Pi projects

Gradually, over the last few years, we have had access to better and better technology. This has resulted in easier access to information and culture. The world of salon entertainment has also advanced. Today we can make ourselves a Raspberry Pi Media Centre Kodi (the old XBMC) for a more than affordable price.

All your favourite films, series, music and channels in one place and in the comfort of your own living room. There is no doubt that the advantages and results are incredible, but what can we really do with a Raspberry Pi Media Center?

If you don't want to complicate things, you have the best Media Center on the market already installed and configured.

If you already have everything you need, you can directly download and install our Updated Addons Distribution.


Create your own security recording system with Raspberry Pi and Foscam

Foscam and Raspberry Pi recording system

I came across this project the other day and found it very interesting both to show you how to do it and to start distributing Foscam cameras, which it must be said, for chinese they are one of the best I've seen in terms of quality/price.. The idea is to create a closed recording circuit that can be accessed from anywhere, as we use Raspberry Pi as a switchboard for the cameras that we have configured.

Basically, what we will do is to order the cameras that when they detect movement, they save a capture via FTP in a specific folder on the Raspberry Pi.


How to install Minecraft on a Raspberry Pi

Minecraft on Raspberry Pi

It is well known that the great game of LEGO-type platforms and construction what is Minecraft, if you don't know it I recommend you read a little about himit is very worthwhile. In this tutorial we will show you how to install Minecraft to play it on your Raspberry PiThanks to its compact size and power, it will not be a great challenge and the result is very successful.

It is worth mentioning that this is an unofficial development, but it was developed by one of the staff of Mojang (the company behind Minecraft), so it may have its flaws, and it is based on the version of Minecraft: Pocket Edition (the same as for iOS and Android), so we'll see that it's not the same game we have for PC and Android. we will only be able to make constructions in free modenot play a standard game.


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