RaspyFi Is a Custom Audiophile Raspberry Pi Operating System Lifehacker The Raspberry Pi isn't known for its audio quality, but that doesn't mean you can't get a little more bang for your buck out of it. RaspyFi is a custom Raspberry Pi image meant to make your audio sound better. RaspyFi uses a custom disk image and a USB
Raspberry Pi : How I spent almost $150 on a $35 computer ZDNet The Raspberry Pi model A was the $25 computer and model B is the $35 computer, however, there's a little surprise waiting for the unsuspecting, wide-eyed DIYer; It costs a lot more than $25 or $35. In fact, it costs between four and ten times that much …
RaspyFi was brought to our attention a few days ago: it’s a distro designed especially for those with big media libraries who are using their Pis to listen to music. If you’re one of those people (I am, and I’m chuffed to bits to find RaspyFi), or an honest-to-god audiophile, you may have noticed that other media centre distros have been built to prioritise video rather than music, and don’t necessarily support all the formats your collection might be made up of; or give you the fine degree of control you want over volume and playback. And if you want to stream music wirelessly to other devices on your network, you’ll have to do a little more work with a traditional Raspberry Pi media centre (I can’t believe I’m saying “traditional” about a device that’s only been on the market for 18 months) to get everything working.
Poachers caught red-handed by the Raspberry Pi PC Pro Poachers continue to hunt down and slaughter at-risk animals, but wildlife experts have a new tool in their protection arsenal: a network of cameras managed by a Raspberry Pi . The cameras are left in key spots in the wilderness of Kenya, where they ..
Raspberry Pi cameras help protect Kenya wildlife GMA News Here's another reason why many see the tiny barebones Raspberry Pi the biggest little computer: it is powering a camera network used to protect wildlife in Kenya.
ElectronicsWeekly.com Video: Picking and placing a Raspberry Pi – Made in the UK ElectronicsWeekly.com making Raspberry Pi at Pencoed I'm really pleased with this one – Electronics Weekly sent the Metropolis “video man”, Dave Berman, to film Raspberry Pi dev boards being made at the Sony manufacturing facility in Pencoed, South Wales. And I think he's
Raspberry Pi gets audiophile credentials thanks to RaspyFi Linux distro Engadget Raspberry Pi and the Raspbmc OS already make a solid combo as a media center, but if you encounter music-related limitations then it may be worth giving the RaspyFi distro (v1.0) a shot instead.
New openSUSE images for Raspberry Pi Muktware Raspberry Pi users can use it to create images for their own devices. According to Wiedemann the availability of the script means “everyone can now easily build his own images the way he likes and even branch and do submit requests for changes that are
Electronics Weekly dropped in to the Pi factory in Pencoed, South Wales, did a lot of filming on the factory floor, and had a chat with Claire Doyle, who runs Raspberry Pi global distribution for Farnell, one of our manufacturing partners.
Bin half-baked Raspberry Pi hubs, says Pimoroni: Try our upper-crust kit Register Review Raspberry Pi accessory specialist Pimoroni reckons it has the answer to one of the tiny ARM-based computer's signal limitations: too few USB ports for all the add-ons you might want to hook up to it. Pi users have dealt with only having a pair ..