Build Your Own Tiny, Portable Raspberry Pi Lifehacker The Raspberry Pi's a great little device for portability and when it's combined with a touch screen and a lithium battery, it's even better. Adafruit shows off how to build your own. You'll need access to a 3D printer for the case, but otherwise …
Last week, checking out posts people had made on our Facebook page and the projects they were telling us about, one in particular caught my attention. Sarah Roman , a high school English teacher from New Jersey, had written: Our English class is going to be using the Raspberry Pi in order to build book-based video games, incorporating Scratch, Sonic Pi, and Python. The students are incredibly excited […] There was a link to an Indiegogo campaign ; we love to see Raspberry Pi used creatively outside of computing lessons, so I clicked on it
Geek Imagination's $65 Raspberry Pi competitor gets an upgrade ahead of launch Geek When Imagination Technologies revealed their Creator CI20 back in August, the MIPS-based Raspberry Pi alternative already looked like a great deal. Now it's finally ready to ship, and they've made it even better. What's new, you ask
We’re always really excited to see the resources and tools we make being used by kids in school. This video is from Benton Park School in Leeds, where a Sonic Pi orchestra put on a live coding performance recently
Lifehacker Australia Use A Raspberry Pi As A Tor/VPN Router For Anonymous Browsing Lifehacker Australia We've shown you how to use a Raspberry Pi as both a Tor proxy and a personal VPN, but Make shows off how to do both in one unit for truly anonymous browsing everywhere. The build here uses two Wi-Fi adapters to get the job done. Once it's complete
Hackaday Raspberry Pi Learns how to Control a Combustion Engine Hackaday For his PhD at the University of Michigan, [Adam] designed a Raspberry Pi -based system that controls an HCCI engine, a type of engine which combines the merits of both diesel and gasoline engines. These engines exhibit near-chaotic behavior and are
Here is the most rubbery review presenter we’ve ever met.
More than 1000 of you have signed up already to come to our Big Birthday Weekend at the end of February. Tickets for Saturday are now sold out, but there are still about 80 left for the Sunday event
Technabob (blog) DIY Raspberry Pi Google Calendar Display Keeps It on the Same Page Technabob (blog) Alex loaded Raspbian on his Raspberry Pi then installed the Iceweasel browser so he could go to Google Calendar's online page.
Technabob (blog) Atlas 3D Scanner Kit is Cheap, DIY and Raspberry Pi Powered Technabob (blog) This 3D scanner kit ranges in price from $149 without the Raspberry Pi to $209 with the computer brains. Keep in mind that you'll rack up some cost and money to 3D print the parts for the kit, as it only comes with the electronic components and digital ..