Sort Your Candy With A Raspberry Pi And Google Cloud Vision – Hackaday

Hackaday Sort Your Candy With A Raspberry Pi And Google Cloud Vision Hackaday Hardware wise it's a Lego Mindstorms conveyor and hopper controlled by a Raspberry Pi through the BrickPi interface. All very well, but it's in the software that the interest lies. They use the Raspberry Pi's camera to take a picture to send off to …

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DIY Raspberry Pi Night Vision Camera – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets DIY Raspberry Pi Night Vision Camera Geeky Gadgets Using a Raspberry Pi Model B mini PC together with a Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Module anda unique lighting accessory in the form of a Lisiparoi, Wesley has created a self-contained night vision CCTV camera system powered by the Raspberry Pi .

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How to Pi: Halloween Edition 2016

Happy Halloween, one and all. Whether you’ve planned a night of trick-or-treating, watching scary movies, or hiding from costumed children with the lights off, our How to Pi guide should get you ready for the evening’s festivities. Enjoy! Costumes This is definitely a Pi Towers favourite

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Zero4U 4 Port Raspberry Pi Zero USB Hub – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Zero4U 4 Port Raspberry Pi Zero USB Hub Geeky Gadgets May be interested in a new product which is now available from the Adafruit online store and takes the form of the Zero4U, a 4 Port USB Hub which has been specifically designed for use with the tiny Raspberry Pi Zero and is available to purchase for $9.95.

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Raspberry Pi MagPi Essentials Magazines Now Available – Geeky Gadgets

Raspberry Pi MagPi Essentials Magazines Now Available Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi enthusiasts or those looking to learn a little more about the awesome Raspberry Pi mini PC and its additional hardware accessories, HATs and code. Are sure to be interested to know that the official Raspberry Pi magazine MagPi has this …

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Use a Raspberry Pi to Power a LED-Based Record Finding System – Lifehacker

Use a Raspberry Pi to Power a LED-Based Record Finding System Lifehacker The project uses a Raspberry Pi , a set of LED strips, and a few other parts. While this build is specifically for tracking down records, there's no reason why it couldn't be used for anything else. It's a complicated project to be sure, but you'll find …

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Spot Ghosts With A Raspberry Pi-Powered Ghost Camera – Lifehacker Australia

Lifehacker Australia Spot Ghosts With A Raspberry Pi -Powered Ghost Camera Lifehacker Australia Ghosts are annoying, so if you want to catch them this holiday season, DIYer TeCoEd has a guide for making a ghost hunting camera using a Raspberry Pi . The Raspberry Pi -powered camera works on the idea that ghosts usually show up when it's dark and …

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Build An Animated GIF Camera With A Raspberry Pi Zero – Lifehacker Australia

Lifehacker Australia Build An Animated GIF Camera With A Raspberry Pi Zero Lifehacker Australia A camera that only shoots GIFs might sound a little ridiculous, and it is, but that doesn't mean it's not a fun use for a Raspberry Pi Zero. Over on Hackaday, user nick.r.brewer walks you through making one for yourself. Alongside the Pi Zero, you'll …

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