IT Wales Exclusive Feature IT Wales Last year, we found ourselves accidentally running the fastest-growing computer company in the world. The small group of academics and business people that make up the Raspberry Pi Foundation's board had originally expected to sell a few thousand of …
CNET A Raspberry Pi -powered autonomous underwater vehicle CNET Now, thanks to a group of National University of Singapore engineering undergraduates, the Raspberry Pi has also conquered water.
This video of the closing panel discussion from last month’s Raspberry Jamboree has just appeared, and if you’re interested in applications of the Pi in schools, it’s well worth your time. If you want to find out more about the successful teaching of Computing in schools, this is a great place to start
TechRadar UK 8 great Raspberry Pi projects created by kids TechRadar UK What do you get when you combine the Raspberry Pi with some inspirational young inventors? Terrific Raspberry Pi project designs, that's what.
Ars Technica AirPlaying music and video from iPad to Raspberry Pi —it's as easy as… Ars Technica There are so many incredible things you can do with a Raspberry Pi . You could build a robot. Invent a new kind of musical instrument.
Add a Reset Switch to a Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Add a Reset Switch to a Raspberry Pi The Raspberry Pi doesn't come packed with any buttons for power or resetting, but over on Raspi.TV, they noticed that the newest Rev 2 version of the Raspberry Pi actually comes with a place to add in your own reset …
This DOS emulator brings your favorite classic games to the Raspberry Pi ITworld.com Enter homebrew coder Patrick Aalto, who wants to bring classic PC gaming into today with the rpix86 DOS emulator for the Raspberry Pi . He created a virtual machine inside the operating environment (which the Raspberry Pi handles easily) that runs DOS …
Automate Pet Care With A Raspberry Pi -Powered Feeding System Lifehacker Australia Whether you're going away for a night or just don't feel like getting out of bed on Saturday morning, this Raspberry Pi -powered contraption can take over your pet feeding obligations. This machine differs from some other online builds by actually … and more
Here’s a somewhat creepy mirror with a disembodied (French) voice, which recognises the person looking into it and responds accordingly. This lovely hack from Pierre Raufast is the sort of OpenCV application that we hope to see much more of when the camera board goes up for sale (and the Pi camera would be a great solution here, with a much higher framerate). Snow White’s Mum has nothing on Pierre