MagPi Issue 32 – out now!

In case you hadn’t noticed, Issue 32 of The MagPi, the Raspberry Pi magazine, came out at the end of last week – and we think it’s terrific. This month’s issue is packed with tutorials, reviews, features about your Pi projects, and much more

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Raspberry Pi 2 Installed Inside A Mechanical Keyboard – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi 2 Installed Inside A Mechanical Keyboard Geeky Gadgets If you have a spare mechanical keyboard lying dormant and looking for some love, you may be interested in a new project that has been created by Lauri Hakkarainen who has built Project Kiiboard. Project Kiiboard consists of installing a Raspberry Pi 2

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Raspberry Pi Portable Compact Camera Using PiJuice (video) – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Portable Compact Camera Using PiJuice (video) Geeky Gadgets “I'm so excited about this new project! A truly compact and portable Raspberry Pi Camera and it's easy as anything to build! I first thought about building a Raspberry Pi Camera after seeing the SnapPiCam instructable guide. This is a clever little …

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Transmitting HD Video From A Raspberry Pi – Hackaday

Hackaday Transmitting HD Video From A Raspberry Pi Hackaday On the Raspberry Pi side of the build, the standard camera captures H.264 video with raspivid, which is converted to a DVB compliant stream using ffmpeg. These are well-worn bits of software in the Raspberry Pi world, and OpenCaster takes care of the rest

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Build a Raspberry Pi-Powered Secret Spy Camera – Lifehacker

Lifehacker Build a Raspberry Pi -Powered Secret Spy Camera Lifehacker Make's guide shows how to set up the Raspberry Pi so it records motion, then allows you to tap into that from anywhere. Once you have everything set up, you can hide the Pi and spy from pretty much anywhere you want

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PiJuice battery costs $40, powers your Raspberry Pi for 24 hours – Geek

Geek PiJuice battery costs $40, powers your Raspberry Pi for 24 hours Geek The Raspberry Pi has proven itself to be a very versatile little computer that's also incredibly cheap. It has found uses beyond just being a Linux PC, though, with makers around the world using it as the brain for their projects, including using it … PiJuice is a portable power pack for the Raspberry Pi (crowdfunding) Liliputing all 3 news articles

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LEGO model smart home

I do love a good demo. The folks at PubNub have been showing users of their software how home automation with a Raspberry Pi works – on a itty-bitty scale, with LEGO. This little house is rigged up with seven embedded LEDs (representing things like the stove and the fireplace, as well as lights); sensors to measure humidity, barometric pressure, and temperature; and a stepper motor that remotely opens and closes the door

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