The oCam peripheral, which is a high-end 720p camera made specifically for use with ODROID devices, will soon have a new version available, with the main feature being a global shutter instead of a rolling shutter. This allows you to take more professional pictures without distortion. Our feature article this month demonstrates the difference between the shutter types so that you can decide which will work best for your application. There is also a new power supply available for the ODROID-XU4 which delivers much more power to the peripherals. It’s available for purchase at http://bit.ly/2aM8yHi.
Volumio also has an upcoming release with many improvements, and we are lucky enough to have a sneak peek at its new features. Adrian continues his series on improving wireless network security with the first of a two-part article on WPA hacking, Nanik details the Android Hardware Abstraction Layer, Nicolas gives an overview of Recalbox, which turns your ODROID-XU4 into a great set-top box, and Michael presents his fantastic high performance coputing cluster. Additionally, we highlight several games for both Android and Linux, including the Löve Engine, which lets you create your own games!
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