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10 fascinating Raspberry Pi 2 projects

22 May 2015  | Cabe Atwell

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Possibly Unsafe

Possibly Unsafe takes the Raspberry Pi 2 and turns it into a game streaming device along the lines of Nvidia's Shield or Valve's Steam Link. (Source: http://possiblyunsafe.com/2015/03/17/diy-raspberry-pi-2-steam-machine/#more-122)

You knew it was only a matter of time that someone would take the Pi 2 and use it for gaming in one form or another and that's just what the people from Possibly Unsafe did with their new board. Essentially they turn the $35 board and turned it into a game-streaming device along the lines of Valve's Steam Link or Nvidia's Shield only far cheaper than their offerings. Their RPi Steam Box works in tandem with a PC outfitted with an Nvidia card (600 series or better), which connects over the RPi 2's SSH command through an Ethernet port. Nvidia's G-force Experience software provides the gaming hub for streaming gaming goodness over the Pi, which makes it the cheapest Steam Box over those that are (or will be) commercially available.


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