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After getting my brand new Raspberry Pi 3, I was excited to get straight into Steam Streaming with Moonlight using an Xbox 360 Controller. But, I came across an issue where the button’s on the 360 Controller weren’t mapped correctly. The Y button was X and vice versa. So, I dug in really deep through the interwebs and found the solution. This solution stopped working for me so I had to do some further testing.
This guide will show you what you will need to get your Raspberry Pi fix in late 2016. I’ve been using the Raspberry Pi since it’s second release (the Raspberry Pi B+) and have tackled many projects. Now, with the Raspberry Pi 3 being the most recent king (apart from the zero), the projects achievable are blowing up!
I recently grab my first 360 video camera, the 360 fly HD video camera. I haven’t had a lot of experience with 360 cameras, but everyone has to start somewhere. After a few weeks of playing around with it and a trip to Japan, I’m ready to tell you what I like and what I don’t like about the 360 fly.
I reached out to ESUN who sent me their latest 3D Printing Pen. And boy was I excited. I was able to create something amazing and learn some new techniques to pass on in the future. I’ve also included instructions and diagrams in English so I could understand the operation of the unit better and pass this on to you.
Pokemon Go has become bigger than Twitter and that really got me thinking. Is Pokemon Go just like the Microverse Battery from Rick & Morty? Maybe it is and maybe it isn’t but a theory is a theory and this one has me believing. It became even more concrete when I saw the main image above, Control. That’s when I started thinking about Rick & Morty.