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In today’s guest blog, Andy Clark, Engineering Manager at RealVNC, introduces VNC Connect: a brand-new, and free, version of VNC that makes it simple to connect securely to your Raspberry Pi from anywhere in the world. Since September 2016, every version of Raspbian has come with the built-in ability to remotely access and control your... Continue reading
Here’s a really neat solution from the inestimable Dan “PiGlove, mind where you put the capitals” Aldred. If you’re not able to get to another screen or monitor, or if you’re on the move, this is a very tidy way to get set up. Programming the Pi over USB A comprehensive video covering how to set... Continue reading
RealVNC have released a free alpha (testing) version of VNC for Raspberry Pi that lets you remotely view and control everything on your Pi, including Minecraft, from a different computer. It works on every generation of Raspberry Pi, including Pi Zero. Here’s a demo: VNC for Raspberry Pi alpha – playing Minecraft With the VNC... Continue reading
Philip Organ is a regular attendee at the Cambridge Raspberry Jams. He’s ten now; we first met him back when he was seven, when he sent us a video of a game he’d written for his Pi. Philip’s Pi shenanigans were impressive then, but he’s come on leaps and bounds in three years. Here’s his most recent... Continue reading