Camera board documentation

James Hughes, last seen at the helm of a VW Camper Van heading for Dorset, has been sweating over comprehensive documentation for the Raspberry Pi camera board for some weeks now.  You can download the pdf here .

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Intel’s x86 MinnowBoard ships, sets sight on Raspberry Pi – ExtremeTech

ExtremeTech Intel's x86 MinnowBoard ships, sets sight on Raspberry Pi ExtremeTech It seems every hardware manufacturer and their hardware manufacturing grandmothers are getting in on the cheap, tiny, adorably named computer wave that the Raspberry Pi popularized. Now that the MinnowBoard is shipping, its Intel's turn to take aim at

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Build a Sturdy Raspberry Pi Case for Under $10 – Lifehacker

Build a Sturdy Raspberry Pi Case for Under $10 Lifehacker You can build a Raspberry Pi case from just about anything, but Instructables user sandshock shows off an incredibly simple, but fantastic looking case they built using just a piece of a oak and about $10. While some mild woodworking is involved, the ..

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Build Your Own Portable Raspberry Pi Emulation Machine – Kotaku Australia

Build Your Own Portable Raspberry Pi Emulation Machine Kotaku Australia The Raspberry Pi is a fantastic little low-powered device that can do all sorts of things, and we've certainly seen our share of video game related projects for it. This one, from Instructables user Zaqq, takes it above and beyond, and turns the Pi …

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Build A Sturdy Raspberry Pi Case For Under $10 – Lifehacker Australia

Build A Sturdy Raspberry Pi Case For Under $10 Lifehacker Australia You can build a Raspberry Pi case from just about anything. Instructables user sandshock shows off an incredibly simple but fantastic-looking case built using just a piece of a oak and about $10 in parts. While some mild woodworking is involved, the …

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Build a Sturdy Raspberry Pi Case for Under $10 – LifeHacker India

Build a Sturdy Raspberry Pi Case for Under $10 LifeHacker India Build a Sturdy Raspberry Pi Case for Under $10. You can build a Raspberry Pi case from just about anything, but Instructables user sandshock shows off an incredibly simple, but fantastic looking case they built using just a piece of a oak and about $10.

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