Here’s a guest post from Dr William Bell. Will works at CERN, and has been doing wonderful things with Raspberry Pi meetups and outreach in Switzerland (you may have read the piece in the Guardian from a few months ago about what’s going on there with the Pi ; none of this would have happened without Will).
Adventures in Raspberry Pi -land: Bootloaders and LEGO sets Gizmag After several shameful weeks of having it sit on a bookshelf, Gizmag recently decided it was time to embark upon not one but two very ambitious projects for its Raspberry Pi : turning it on, and building a LEGO case for it. Needless to say, in both ..
Geek Raspberry Pi used to control interactive R2-D2 Geek Well all know by now that the Raspberry Pi is a fun, fairly amazing little device. Creative people have been finding a number of uses for the two models, but this is the first time we've seen one make an iconic movie figure come alive. A Star Wars fan …
Turn A Raspberry Pi Into An XBMC Media Centre In Under 30 Minutes Lifehacker Australia It's Raspberry Pi Week at Lifehacker, and we'll be showing you some awesome DIY projects you can put together with this miraculous device. If you haven't acquired one yet, check out our introduction to the Pi to learn more about what it is, what you'll …
Farnell have just announced that they have stock of assembled Gertboards. We’ve seen them on element14 and on Farnell : at the time of writing, 1600 of them were available for £30. For more about Gertboard, see our previous posts .
“Quite Rubbish” is the maker’s assessment, not ours. We thought this was fantastic
Weird and wonderful Raspberry Pi hacks ITworld.com In the time since the credit card-size Raspberry Pi went on sale last February, hardware hackers have customized the PC to be everything from a game console to a mini Linux laptop to a supercomputer. Sales have also skyrocketed, with an estimated one …
Lifehacker are publishing a series this week on DIY with your Raspberry Pi for beginners. The first article in the series went up yesterday ; it’s a very simple howto on getting started and set up (even down to a list of peripherals, and how to flash your SD card). We’ll be keeping an eye on this series: we’re looking forward to seeing what beginners’ projects they come up with!
bit-tech.net Make Your Own Raspberry Pi Case competition bit-tech.net With Mod of the Year now over, we have a little something for you to beat those post eye-candy blues. Our first modding competition of the year revolves around the Raspberry Pi – if you don't know what it is, take a look at our extensive review of it here.
A Beginner's Guide To The Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Australia The Raspberry Pi is a wonderful little computer that fits in the palm of your hand, yet packs enough power to run your home media centre, a VPN, and much more besides. Before you can do all that cool stuff, however, you need to configure it and install ..