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Does your Raspberry Pi belong in a gallery?

It is a beautiful piece of hardware and I’m sure takes pride of place in many a building, with scores of people gazing upon it in wonder, especially if you’ve hacked it to do something cool. But is it art? Google Developers certainly think so, and have launched  Dev Art: Art Made with Code  mid-February, as an open platform that allows artists to share their digital art with the world and also detail the process they took to create their work in a unique way.

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RaspMap maps Raspberry Pi components – ElectronicsWeekly.com

RaspMap maps Raspberry Pi components ElectronicsWeekly.com This site is a map of virtually all components of raspberry pi (rev2) in a single image, 25 of them you can click and will open the datasheet, you can see values of all capacitors and resistors, some of components have some information. This website …

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BeagleBone: 9 Add-Ons That Power It Past Raspberry Pi – EE Times

BeagleBone: 9 Add-Ons That Power It Past Raspberry Pi EE Times Within the increasingly crowded space of single-board computers, the Raspberry Pi reigns supreme, its success fueled by expansion boards that extend its capabilities. TI's feature-rich BeagleBone is a worthy contender to the Pi, its growing popularity ..

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Pan flute or Raspberry PiFlute? – ElectronicsWeekly.com

ElectronicsWeekly.com Pan flute or Raspberry PiFlute? ElectronicsWeekly.com In order to capture when the player blows into each pipe, there are four Arduino sound sensors per flute, positioned at the very tip of each bamboo pipe and wired to the GPIO pins on the RaspberryPi . These are read back using the Python package RPi.GPIO

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Pi-powered T-shirt cannon

Don’t forget to enter our latest competition: win an Adventures in Raspberry Pi and PiHUB bundle! I went to a baseball match in Phoenix, Arizona a few years ago. (Go Diamondbacks!) It’s a remarkable cultural experience if you’re not American: and I am grateful to the man next to me who put up with a stream of questions (“Why has that number just gone up

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Open Your Garage Door via a Browser with Raspberry Pi – Lifehacker

Open Your Garage Door via a Browser with Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Garage door openers aren't exactly revolutionary tech, but one enterprising Raspberry Pi user used the board to create a wireless access point connected to the garage door that can open it via the browser. The setup is relatively cheap and doesn't …

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