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RayLib 1.5 is one of the few C libraries primary intended to learn videogames programming and that let's you compile the same code for multiple platforms, from Raspberry Pi to Oculus Rift CV1.

It was announced in February 2016 that OpenGL drivers were being tested for the Raspberry PI allowing full 3D hardware graphics and a lot more Linux software to run on the RPi. Along with the release of the more powerful Raspberry Pi 3 I thought I will try out some existing OpenGL Games and software.

The Raspberry Pi was first released 4 years ago in Feb 2012. As part of the 2016 anniversary celebrations the Raspberry Pi foundation has released the Raspberry Pi 3 to add to the range of RPi computers available.

Dire Wolf Ham Radio "soundcard" software modem/TNC and APRS encoder/decoder

The Raspberry Pi Foundation release and updated Raspberry Pi model B called the model B+ with several improvements and upgrades compared to the original Raspberry Pi.

The Raspberry Pi camera has had a software turbo charge allowing video to be recorded at 90 frames per second meaning you can make slow motion videos of fast moving action.

A project to use the picamera python library to generate a timelapse sequence with the Raspberry Pi camera module and control a fan connected to a PiFace Digital to keep a window demisted. 

The PiFace digital is a GPIO add-on board for the Raspberry Pi which allows you to connect lights, switches, motors and sensors to be used with program's written with Scratch, Python or C.

The Persistence of Vision globe display built with a Raspberry Pi produces a 360 degrees image from rotating LED lights. Producing a great effect such as a holographic looking Star Wars Death Star as well as video and games.

The Gertboard is a GPIO expansion addon card for the Raspberry Pi for connecting and controlling real world devices such as sensors, motors, relays and switches.