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Livebots

This is brilliant. Livebots is a project which allows you to control a robot (powered by the Pi, of course) over the internet

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Livebots

This is brilliant. Livebots is a project which allows you to control a robot (powered by the Pi, of course) over the internet

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Flag-waving, without use of arm muscles

Eben met Alex from RasPi.tv earlier this week, and was given this rather fantastic flag-waving kit for our demo table. (If you’ve got something you think we could use in demos at schools, in talks, and when we chat to the press, give me a shout at liz@raspberrypi.org – we’re always looking for new kit to show off.) This demo is something you can very easily set up yourself at home, if you’re interested in learning how to use servos. Alex’s setup means you won’t require any expansion boards – you’ll be ready to go with just a servo (very cheap from your local electronics shop – Alex’s cost him £3), some wire, some batteries and a few bits of wood.

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Flag-waving, without use of arm muscles

Eben met Alex from RasPi.tv earlier this week, and was given this rather fantastic flag-waving kit for our demo table. (If you’ve got something you think we could use in demos at schools, in talks, and when we chat to the press, give me a shout at liz@raspberrypi.org – we’re always looking for new kit to show off.) This demo is something you can very easily set up yourself at home, if you’re interested in learning how to use servos. Alex’s setup means you won’t require any expansion boards – you’ll be ready to go with just a servo (very cheap from your local electronics shop – Alex’s cost him £3), some wire, some batteries and a few bits of wood.

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Raspberry Pi-powered open-source bartending robot nearly funded on Kickstarter – VentureBeat

VentureBeat Raspberry Pi -powered open-source bartending robot nearly funded on Kickstarter VentureBeat A tiny Raspberry Pi serves as the brain, operating up to 15 dispensers, which essentially suck booze out of whatever bottles you've got handy, then mix it to your specifications. The specifications are input via any WiFi-equipped smartphone or tablet … Party Robotics | Bartendro At Your Service stupidDOPE.com all 3 news articles

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Raspberry Pi event night a success – Electronics News

Raspberry Pi event night a success Electronics News THE Raspberry Pi for Beginners event, which took place at element14's Chester Hill premises on the evening of 13 March, was well-attended by 46 members of the OzBerryPi group. Andrew Stone, organiser and founder of OzBerryPi's Sydney chapter, was …

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