Lifehacker Use a Raspberry Pi Zero to Notify You When the Laundry Is Done Lifehacker Setting up a little notification system to alert you when the laundry is finished is a time-honored DIY electronics project. If you fancy using a Raspberry Pi Zero for one, GitHub user Shmoopty shares his project. Advertisement
Forbes ASUS Unveils Tinker Board, A Raspberry Pi Competitor With More Horsepower And 4K Video Support Forbes If there's one thing the passionate and growing DIY single board computer community would ask for from the Raspberry Pi , it's more performance and connectivity features in the same amazingly tiny package. Tech giant Asus Computer is attempting to …
Geeky Gadgets Smartphone Controlled Raspberry Pi Door Lock (video) Geeky Gadgets Makers or Raspberry Pi enthusiasts looking for a new project to keep them busy may be interested in this new smartphone connected Raspberry Pi door lock which has been created by the team over at Hacker House. The Raspberry Pi door lock takes the …
Fishbowl existence is tough. There you are, bobbing up and down in the same dull old environment, day in, day out; your view unchanging, your breakfast boringly identical every morning; that clam thing in the bottom of the tank opening and closing monotonously – goldfish can live for up to 20 years. That’s a hell of a long time to watch a clam thing for.
SlashGear Raspberry Pi , Lego solve a Rubiks cube together SlashGear Back in the analog days, the geekiest expression of creativity and engineering have been Lego blocks. These days, it's the Raspberry Pi . Of course, LEGO has caught up with the times and you can even mix the two together for best results
SlashGear Raspberry Pi , Lego solve a Rubiks cube together SlashGear Back in the analog days, the geekiest expression of creativity and engineering have been Lego blocks.
SlashGear Raspberry Pi, Lego solve a Rubiks cube together – SlashGear SlashGear Back in the analog days, the geekiest expression of creativity and engineering have been Lego blocks. These days, it's the Raspberry Pi. Of course, LEGO has
Lifehacker Australia This Raspberry Pi -Powered Magic Mirror Can Be Set Up With One Line Of Code Lifehacker Australia The good news is that once you get past the difficulty of assembling the mirror, MagPi has made it so you can install all the software you need to actually run this on a Raspberry Pi with a single line of code. Once its installed, the Pi powers a …
T3 Agenda: Asus 4K-capable Raspberry Pi -style Tinker Board, Hitman goes physical and more T3 Asus has revealed its preparing to give Raspberry Pi a run for its money with the firm's new 'Tinker Board'. The DIY single-board computer will offer 4K video playback support and more, but it comes with a hefty £55 price tag.
How to use One Time Pad cryptography with a Raspberry Pi TechRadar In the 21st century, computers like Raspberry Pi lend themselves well to being carried around easily and are perfect for generating and processing One Time Pads.