Utilizing old now-dead TVs and recommissioning them for new retro-styled ventures is an extraordinary method to add uniqueness to your projects.
Raspberry Pi fans looking for an approach to utilize their Raspberry Pi mini PC with an old fashioned retro TV, might be keen on the Raspberry Pi Zero RF Modulator HAT. Utilizing old now-dead TVs and recommissioning them for new retro-styled ventures is an extraordinary method to add uniqueness to your undertaking and permits you to make a wide range of uses, utilizing the old TVs as presentations for data and information.
“An RF modulator (or radio frequency modulator) is an electronic device whose input is a baseband signal which is used to modulate a radio frequency source.RF modulators are used to convert signals from devices such as media players, VCRs and game consoles to a format that can be handled by a device designed to receive a modulated RF input, such as a radio or television receiver.”
Developer, Photographer, and Tinkerer Adam Zeloof has published a few photos of such a Pi HAT via Twitter this week. “Presenting the least useful Pi Hat ever- the Raspberry Pi Zero RF Modulator. The answer to the question nobody was asking: “How can I display my raspberry Pi Zero on an antique TV?”