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Pi Powered Retro Radio Riddler @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

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Great build and tutorial from instructables user the-rene, via raspberrypipod.

As the heart of the radio we chose a Raspberry Pi B+, supported by an ATMega328, which should be responsible for the buttons, LEDs, servo (for the secret box) and some key functions of the riddle.

The Raspberry offers a lot of processing power yet is small enough to find its place in the case.

Based on these input and output possibilities we created some riddles, each with a unique way to solve. These can be found in the additional PDF “riddles”.

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