Hardkernel attended TechCon 2016 in late October, and showed off some of the capabilities of the new ODROID-C2. There were several demos of DIY projects set up, including an Ambilight display, a CloudShell 2 server running the latest mainline kernel, and a touchscreen media player using a HiFi Shield. The liquid cooling setup featured on the cover this month is another example of an amazing DIY project that creates the ultimate system for maximum overclocked performance. It’s a work of functional art that demonstrates the technical expertise of the ODROID community.
Several other projects that community members have created include using an ODROID as a Bluetooth speaker, building a real-time kernel for use in a single-threaded operating system, and designing a combination seedbox and Networked Access Storage unit from an ODROID-XU4 using the CloudShell. Andy concludes his Docker tutorial with an overview of swarm mode, our resident mad scientist Bo details his latest discoveries, Tobias helps us select the best gaming controller with an in-depth review, and Bruno brings us the latest in Android fun with his favorite games of the month.
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