Some Fallout76 easter egg teddy bears

Since I wrote the first article about teddy bears that are scattered around the map of the post-apocalyptic RPG Fallout 4, I made it my personal mission to find as many of them as I could. So when I got the chance to play Fallout76, I decided to keep my eyes open for those little fellas and I found quite a few of them that I wanted to share with you.

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How to use the ESP8266 for wireless communication

More than often enough parts of projects will have to communicate with each other or external devices. This can either be done by directly connecting the devices with cables but sometimes it’s more convenient to wirelessly connect the different pieces of hardware. This article will show you how to use the ESP8266 and it also includes two examples for using it with a Raspberry Pi and Arduino boards.

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How to use an EEPROM to permanently store data with your Arduino

Some Arduino boards have a built-in EEPROM that can be written to and read from in your programs. I not only want to discuss how that’s possible but I also want to show you an alternative while talking about EEPROMs and memory in general.

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Fallout76 Trophy and Achievement Guide

This is not the type of article that I usually publish on this website but I simply couldn’t find a good trophy guide for Fallout76, an online RPG. So I thought it was time to put some tips and tricks together to help others who might not know how to get a certain trophy in the game.

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Low latency and high FPS camera stream with a Raspberry Pi

I just saw that two very good sources, that both had an article about this topic, have gone offline without an archived version. And because I continued my work on a robot that is controlled by a Raspberry Pi, I had to figure out how to create a low latency and high FPS stream from the Pi’s camera that can be viewed in a web browser again.

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