Each Pi is connected to a Pimoroni Pan-Tilt HAT which uses two servo motors to move around. A Raspberry Pi camera provides visual data for the VR headset to display to the wearer. If you don't have a VR headset, you can still move the camera around through the web server by using the arrow buttons. … [Read more...] about Use This Raspberry Pi VR Headset in Your Next Virtual Meeting
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The setup process for this project is rather precise. You can find a full write-up from Metalbabble detailing the complete process. It also features beautiful screenshots from the Mac SE/30, showcasing the classic low-pixel display. Be sure to follow Metalbabble for more cool projects and any future updates on this one through their official website. … [Read more...] about Raspberry Pi Project Connects 1989 Macintosh SE/30 to Internet
There are other changes with Xe LP as well. The Xe LP Display Engine supports up to four displays, with DisplayPort 1.4b and HDMI 2.0 capabilities. (Related reading: DisplayPort vs. HDMI) That's enough for 4K 60Hz HDR with DisplayPort, or 8K if you're willing to use DSC (chroma compression). HDMI is limited to 8K60, though I suspect that won't matter much for laptop users. I'm still trying to get GPUs that can drive 4K displays at higher refresh rates, so I'm not champing at the bit for 8K just yet. Still, DisplayPort 2.0 and HDMI 2.1 have both been standardized for over a year, so it's a bit of a letdown that Intel didn't support them. Adaptive Sync is also supported at refresh rates of up to 360 Hz (on DisplayPort — 240 Hz presumably on HDMI). … [Read more...] about Intel Drops Xe LP Graphics Specs: Tiger Lake GPU Has 2x Speeds
Overall winner: Google Pixel 4a While both smartphones are similarly priced, Google Pixel 4a is definitely a better budget Android than the Nokia 7.2. It looks a little more attractive, has a slightly crisper screen, is more powerful, has a more capable camera, and is faster charging. It is pretty much superior to Nokia’s smartphone in almost every category. The later arrival of a 5G version will also score it additional points in the future, while even now the Nokia 7.2 looks a touch dated. … [Read more...] about Google Pixel 4a vs. Nokia 7.2: Can experience win out?
The exascale ambitions don't fall under the Xe HP nomenclature, however. Instead, they're classified as Xe HPC, also codenamed Ponte Vecchio. Previously, Ponte Vecchio was supposed to be Intel's first 7nm part, but now Intel says it will be manufactured using 10nm SuperFin for the base tile, with 10nm Enhanced SuperFin for the Rambo Cache tile. So far so good, but then we get some fuzziness. The compute tile will use "Intel next gen," which presumably means 7nm, or "external" — meaning Samsung or TSMC 7nm most likely. The Xe Link I/O tile is also listed as using external manufacturing. … [Read more...] about Intel Xe HP and Xe HPC: Packing a Whopping 40+ TFLOPS