Edit - 06/28/2015 PiPass has changed quite a bit since this last post. We're on version 1.6 now and I believe it's a pretty solid version. PiPass turns your Raspberry Pi into a Nintendo 3DS Homepass Relay Station. The PiPass Dashboard can be accessed through a computer or mobile device. It can manage features without the need of opening up any files manually. It is a solution to get StreetPasses easily from the comfort of your home. If you already own a Raspberry Pi 2, you're in luck as I have pre-made images already for you to download. If you do not have a Raspberry Pi 2, you're still in luck. An automatic installer, all the source code, and instructions are on my GitHub page. I have users who are using PiPass on a Raspberry Pi Model B, Raspberry Pi Model B+, and even on a router running Tomato firmware. If I get an original Raspberry Pi, I will make sure to make pre-made images for those as well. I've tried to build PiPass as flexible, not constrained, and as transparent as possible. Pretty much all the settings of PiPass can be edited directly through the GUI. Some features PiPass offers are: Updating. PiPass can be updated through a click of a button. Especially helpful for those who want the most up to date changes without the need of manually copying over files or reflashing images. Homepass zones are pulled from Google Docs. It is customizable in that you can add your own Google Doc list to PiPass. It's great for sharing lists and makes it much easier to manage Nintendo Zones. If you are cycling through lists, PiPass can detect "used" zones that you have already visited within the 8 hour time frame and skips those zones until a "fresh" one is hit. Update settings on the fly and through a GUI. Settings can be changed mid-run without the need of stopping PiPass. Complete logging system. Access PiPass logs through the dashboard to know exactly what is going on. Especially helpful for troubleshooting driver related issues or other issues. Force "Advance" to a Nintendo Zone. If your cycle time is set to 15 minutes, for example, and you blitzed through your StreetPasses, you can force PiPass to move to the next zone in the list. Optional choice of random traversal through a list of Nintendo Zones. Twitter Bootstrap GUI. GUI works great on all devices. I personally use my phone's browser to control PiPass. Basic Raspberry Pi control of restarting and shutting down. If you want to give PiPass a go, you should do some research to see if you have a compatible USB WiFi dongle as that is usually the most common problem with running PiPass. PiPass has drivers pre-installed for Ralink, ZyDAS ZD1211/1211B, Atheros AR5007UG chipsets, and Realtek chipsets. Landing Page: http://matthew-hsu.github.io/PiPass/ Please visit the project page here for more information, support, and downloads: https://github.com/Matthew-Hsu/PiPass This video does not showcase a complete list of features, but it shows what PiPass looks like and how it operates: Thanks for stopping by and happy "Homepassing"!