Build a Wearable Camera with a Raspberry Pi – Lifehacker

Lifehacker Build a Wearable Camera with a Raspberry Pi Lifehacker To make this, you'll need to track down a Pi Zero, the Pi camera, a few cables, a battery, and a 3D printed case. Once you make it, the camera snaps a photo every 15 seconds (you can change this, of course)

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Raspberry Pi MagPi Astro Pi Special Magazine Now Available – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi MagPi Astro Pi Special Magazine Now Available Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi enthusiasts will be pleased to know that the new edition of the excellent official Raspberry Pi magazine MagPi has been released this week and contains all the details about Tim Peake's adventures in space. During Tim Peake's visit to the …

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Blast off with The MagPi 47 Astro Pi special!

Get your free poster and mission patch exclusively in the print edition of The MagPi 47! We’ve been avidly following Tim Peake’s adventures in space in The MagPi for the last six months, especially all the excellent work he’s been doing with the Astro Pis running code from school students across the UK. Tim returned to Earth a couple of weeks ago, so we thought we’d celebrate in The MagPi 47 with a massive feature about his time in space, along with the results of the Astro Pi experiments and the project’s future… The space celebration doesn’t stop there: print copies of The MagPi 47 come with an exclusive Astro Pi mission patch and a Tim Peake Astro Pi poster! The results of what Tim, Ed, and Izzy have been up to for the past six months The issue also has our usual range of excellent tutorials, from programming dinosaurs to creating motion sensor games and optical illusions. We also have the hottest news on high-altitude balloons and how you can get involved in sending a Pi to the edge of space, as well as the details on the next Pi Wars Pi-powered robot competition.

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Raspberry Pi Powered Table Football Instant Replay System (video) – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Powered Table Football Instant Replay System (video) Geeky Gadgets If you would like to bask in the glory when you score a goal on your table football you might be interested in a new Raspberry Pi powered instant replay system which has been specifically created to capture all the highlights of your table football game.

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Instant-replay table football

So, England, nominally the home of football, is out of the European Cup, having lost to Iceland. Iceland is a country with a population of 330,000 hardy Vikings, whose national sport is handball. England’s population is over 53 million

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Raspberry Pi AI vs USAF colonel: Guess who wins in sim dogfight? – ZDNet

The Register Raspberry Pi AI vs USAF colonel: Guess who wins in sim dogfight? ZDNet Retired US Air Force colonel Gene Lee has been fighting and winning against AI opponents in simulators since the 1980s, but the seasoned tactical expert has admitted defeat to ALPHA, which only required the power of a Raspberry Pi to outmaneuver him.

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You can be my wingman any time! RaspBerry Pi AI waxes Air Force top gun’s tail in dogfights – The Register

The Register You can be my wingman any time! RaspBerry Pi AI waxes Air Force top gun's tail in dogfights The Register Today's generation of fighter pilots could be the last of their breed, thanks to an AI system dubbed ALPHA that's proving unkillable in air combat. The US Air Force has just completed dogfighting trials in a simulator, pitching the software against … Raspberry Pi -Powered AI Beats Human Pilot in Dogfight Newsweek Raspberry Pi AI vs USAF colonel: Guess who wins in sim dogfight?

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How to bake up Raspberry Pi thin clients for VDI – TechTarget

How to bake up Raspberry Pi thin clients for VDI TechTarget Raspberry Pi is a tiny single-board computer using a system-on-a-chip (SoC) made by Broadcom. They're typically used as low-cost devices in educational settings, but starting at just $35 each, creative people found additional use cases for them …

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