Create A Bark-Activated Door Opener With Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Australia Linux software engineer Dave Hunt created the Pi-Rex as an educational project (and, well, to end his dog-induced sleep deprivation). The project uses a noise detector wired to the Raspberry Pi and a weight/pulley system that swings the door open.
Lilbits (6-28-2013): Haswell in small desktops, Raspberry Pi in an Atari case Liliputing Zotac has released a number of tiny desktop computers over the past few years, but the company also offers products that let you build your own. The latest is the Zotac H87-ITX, a small motherboard that's compatible with Intel's 4th-generation Core
T3 Tech news of the week: Raspberry Pi T3 The XBMC bundle the bundle includes an ultra Mini Keyboard and integrated Mouse Pad that wirelessly connects to the Raspberry Pi , while HDMI and Ethernet cables are provided to connect to a TV or monitor and the internet. It allows you to stream …
Get into Linux in under an hour on a Raspberry Pi ComputerWeekly.com All you need is a £30 Raspberry Pi (the Model B with 512 MB of memory), a micro USB power supplier (standard Android phone charger should work), a 4 GB or bigger SD card (I used a £12 8 GB class 10 card from Maplins), and a network cable to plug the
Although the lens on the Raspberry Pi camera board is nominally fixed-focus, we’ve found that with a bit of hackery, you can gently unscrew it from its mount and change the focal depth.
Show Us Your Raspberry Pi Project LifeHacker India Raspberry Pi has become an amazing base for fun DIY projects. It's inexpensive, doesn't require much power to run, and best of all, it's tiny
Here’s a weekend project from Dave Hunt for dog owners whose best friends can’t work out whether they want to be inside or outside. Dave came up with Pi-Rex when the sleep deprivation caused by his new dog barking to be let in or out alternately became too much to bear.
Geek (blog) Ziphius is a smartphone-controlled aquatic drone powered by Raspberry Pi Geek (blog) Inside, the device is powered by a Raspberry Pi mini-computer and has a battery that can keep it tooling around for about an hour. The dual propellers can send Ziphius zipping along at 6mph, which is 5.21 knots for you nautical types. It's also …
Raspberry Pi creator picks up Royal Society of Engineering Silver Medal Inquirer RASPBERRY FOUNDATION CHIEF Eben Upton has been awarded a Royal Society of Engineering Silver Medal. The Society's Silver Medals are given out to people who are less than 22 years in the business, and have been awarded since 1994.
We first came across Ziphius when Rob Bishop went to do some talks and workshops in Portugal. Ziphius is a Pi-powered aquatic drone, equipped with cameras, who displays autonomous behaviour and can also be controlled from your phone or tablet. I say “who” rather than “which” because despite the lack of a face, arms or legs, Ziphius has a very singular character and, once powering through the waves, seems oddly cheerful and friendly