PA’s Raspberry Pi Competition 2018 tackles Sustainability – Electronics Weekly (blog)

Electronics Weekly (blog) PA's Raspberry Pi Competition 2018 tackles Sustainability Electronics Weekly (blog) The competition is now in its sixth year and showed its reach with more than 100 schools entering, all of them using the Raspberry Pi as the engine for their ideas. The imaginative entries – demoed on the day to the judges at the IET – included … and more »

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Hackspace magazine 6: Paper Engineering

HackSpace magazine is back with our brand-new issue 6 , available for you on shop shelves, in your inbox, and on our website right now. Inside Hackspace magazine 6 Paper is probably the first thing you ever used for making, and for good reason: in no other medium can you iterate through 20 designs at the cost of only a few pennies. We’ve roped in Rob Ives to show us how to make a barking paper dog with moveable parts and a cam mechanism. Even better, the magazine includes this free paper automaton for you to make yourself.

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Announcing Coolest Projects North America

The Raspberry Pi Foundation loves to celebrate people who use technology to solve problems and express themselves creatively, so we’re proud to expand the incredibly successful event Coolest Projects to North America. This free event will be held on Sunday 23 September 2018 at the Discovery Cube Orange County in Santa Ana, California

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Updated Raspberry Pi Handheld Console GamePi 2 – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Updated Raspberry Pi Handheld Console GamePi 2 Geeky Gadgets Building on the design of the first GamePi Raspberry Pi handheld games console, master maker, Raspberry Pi enthusiast and gamer Max Mustermann has released a second version of the design which was originally rolled out earlier this year.

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Raspberry Pi W Antenna Analysis Reveals Clever Design | Hackaday – Hackaday

Hackaday Raspberry Pi W Antenna Analysis Reveals Clever Design | Hackaday Hackaday The old maxim is that if you pay peanuts, you get a monkey. That's no longer true, though: devices like the Raspberry Pi W have shown that a $10 device can be remarkably powerful if it is well designed. You might not appreciate how clever this design ..

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