A couple of weeks ago, I saw this really cool Raspberry Pi based RFID-enabled cassette player. It ran PiMusicbox and the maker created a module to control PiMusicbox via RFID. This would be perfect for my three year old daughter. Ok, as she’s clearly not familiar with cassette players, I needed something simpler. She already had a KNG Andrew MP3-player, that plays MP3’s from an SD-card and is controlled via touch buttons. For those who are not familiar with this player, it’s simply an SD-card based MP3-player with built-in speakers that looks like a robot.
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