Hellonearthis
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Can I attach a SATA controller?
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To build a custom SATA controller for the GPIO pins would not be a simple job, but may happen, one day. Then the Pi could be used as a NAS. A NAS device would also be a great solution as the ...

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How can I determine if a given touchscreen is compatible?
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USB would be the instant choice. Converting an Arduino touchscreen to use the GPIO port would be a simple project. Or wait for the DSI drivers/information to be released. Current Development is ...

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Speed up C code running USB webcam
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I looked at adding a 2nd network port via GPIO and found was not too fast. Some people use the USB instead of the SD card as the interface is faster between arm and usb chip than the arm and the gpio/...

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Do I need to use a ribbon cable for GPIO?
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It is risky to wire so close to the rPi board. Using an old IDE ribbon cable is less risk. I use an Adafruit Pi Cobbler Breakout to breaks out rPi pins onto a breadboard.

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Using PCI or PCIe Devices
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Maybe the GPIO pins could connect to something that can address the PCIx? It would mean a big hack and the question is. How fast can data be read in from the GPIO pins.

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Would this touchscreen work with a Raspberry Pi?
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Not sure if the Raspberry Pi has networking support on the DVI port. The HDMI 1.4 is supposed to support Ethernet on Pin 14 HEC Data- (Optional, HDMI 1.4+ with Ethernet) Not that that device has ...

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Speed detector for amateur sports such as athletics or tennis
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Ms Kinetic would do it. But that's like light beam tripping.

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Very bad sound with external microphone
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Like Jivings said, there are communication issues between the rPi and USB input devices. There should be a fix sometime into the future. Could just add a mic socket onto them GPIO thingy with all the ...

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