GPIO Zero is a zero-boilerplate Python library that makes physical computing with Python more accessible and helps people progress from zero to hero . Today, I’m pleased to announce the release of GPIO Zero v1.5.0 . It’s packed full of updates, including new features, bug fixes, and lots of improvements to the documentation
The Deep Learning Framework Backed By Facebook Is Getting Industry’s Attention Forbes When it comes to deep learning frameworks, TensorFlow is one of the most preferred toolkits. However, one framework that is fast becoming the favorite of …
In January 2007, one plumber and a few friends in a pub set out to build a wall of death out of 850 pallets in a field in Lincolnshire.
Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ review: A miniature marvel IT PRO While the bite-sized Raspberry Pi Zero and the top-end Raspberry Pi B+ might get all the attention, the Raspberry Pi Model A+ is actually the device of choice for …
Organise your life with the help of a Raspberry Pi, a 3.5″ touchscreen, Google Tasks, and hackster.io user Michal Sporna.
We’ve seen many Raspberry Pi-powered music players over the years. But rarely are they as portable (and snazzy) as the PiPod by Hackaday user Bram.
The sun is actually shining here in Cambridge, and with it, summer-themed Raspberry Pi projects are sprouting like mushrooms across our UK-based community (even though mushrooms don’t like hot weather…). So we thought we’d gather some of our favourite Pi-powered projects perfect for the sun-drenched outdoors. Air quality monitors and solar radiation With the sun out in all its glory, we’re spending far more time outside than is usual for UK summer
Warning: GIFs used in today’s blog contain flashing images.
Last week, we shared the first half of our Q&A with Raspberry Pi Trading CEO and Raspberry Pi creator Eben Upton. Today we follow up with all your other questions, including your expectations for a Raspberry Pi 4, Eben’s dream add-ons, and whether we really could go smaller than the Zero.
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