Raspberry Pi-Powered Platform for Remote Play @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
Want to control something remotely, via the internet? Anything includes robots, RC cars, arcade games, controlled by anyone in the world. That’s what Surrogate.tv does — and it’s done with a Raspberry Pi. Here’s more from Raspberry Pi Blog:
Last year The MagPi Magazine covered Surrogate.tv‘s Oktoberfest Pinball Machine. This allowed anyone from anywhere in the world to queue up and play a real physical pinball machine over the internet. A single Raspberry Pi 4B powered the whole set up, which combined and encoded two camera feeds into a single low-latency stream for the players, and let them fully control the pinball machine with the help of a custom Raspberry Pi HAT.
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