Meat-Seeking Raspberry Pi Leads you to Flavortown – Hackaday

Hackaday Meat-Seeking Raspberry Pi Leads you to Flavortown Hackaday The device, which [Patrick] lovingly referrers to as the “Cheeseburger Compass”, uses a Raspberry Pi 3, an Adafruit 16×2 LCD with keypad, a GPS module, and the requisite battery and charger circuit to make it mobile. With the coordinates for the …

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Meat-Seeking Raspberry Pi Leads you to Flavortown – Hackaday

Hackaday Meat-Seeking Raspberry Pi Leads you to Flavortown Hackaday The device, which [Patrick] lovingly referrers to as the “Cheeseburger Compass”, uses a Raspberry Pi 3, an Adafruit 16×2 LCD with keypad, a GPS module, and the requisite battery and charger circuit to make it mobile. With the coordinates for the …

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Raspberry Pi Pimoroni Inky pHAT now available from Adafruit $25 – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Pimoroni Inky pHAT now available from Adafruit $25 Geeky Gadgets The Pimoroni Inky pHAT is compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W and a coloured version offering both red and yellow are also available, further details can be found here. For more information on the black-and-white Inky pHat …

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Awesome Raspberry Pi Selfiebot camera project – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Awesome Raspberry Pi Selfiebot camera project Geeky Gadgets If you are interested in building your very own Raspberry Pi camera project to take selfies, you may be interested in the SelfieBot which was originally constructed for the Adafruit booth at the Seattle Mini Maker Faire 2017.

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Raspberry Pi advert blocker kit now available from Adafruit – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi advert blocker kit now available from Adafruit Geeky Gadgets Adafruit has today announced the availability of a new Raspberry Pi advert blocking kit which requires no soldering and uses the Raspberry Pi 3 as a Domain Name Server. Priced at $54.95 the Raspberry Pi advert blocker comes complete with a 2.8 inch …

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Hackspace magazine 6: Paper Engineering

HackSpace magazine is back with our brand-new issue 6 , available for you on shop shelves, in your inbox, and on our website right now. Inside Hackspace magazine 6 Paper is probably the first thing you ever used for making, and for good reason: in no other medium can you iterate through 20 designs at the cost of only a few pennies. We’ve roped in Rob Ives to show us how to make a barking paper dog with moveable parts and a cam mechanism. Even better, the magazine includes this free paper automaton for you to make yourself.

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HackSpace magazine 5: Inside Adafruit

There’s a new issue of HackSpace magazine on the shelves today, and as usual it’s full of things to make and do! Adafruit We love making hardware, and we’d also love to turn this hobby into a way to make a living. So in the hope of picking up a few tips, we spoke to the woman behind Adafruit: Limor Fried, aka Ladyada. Adafruit has played a massive part in bringing the maker movement into homes and schools, so we’re chuffed to have Limor’s words of wisdom in the magazine

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