3 Raspberry Pi Projects For Beginners Vulcan Post Released in 2012, the Raspberry Pi sparked a minor renaissance in DIY computer culture—here’s what you can build with it.
Lifehacker Australia Top 10 Raspberry Pi Projects For Beginners Lifehacker Australia Maybe you picked up a Raspberry Pi for the holidays, or you've been sitting on one of the super versatile, palm-sized computers for a while now. If you've been wondering how to get started with yours, or what you could build that's worthwhile, here are … and more »
LifeHacker India Top 10 Raspberry Pi Projects for Beginners LifeHacker India Maybe you picked up a Raspberry Pi for the holidays, or you've been sitting on one of the super versatile, palm-sized computers for a while now.
I’m Steph, I’m quite new to the Raspberry Pi Foundation, and I’m very new to Raspberry Pis.
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PiBorg are an organisation making add-on boards for your Raspberry Pi. Recently they produced the biggest and most powerful Pi robot we’ve seen so far, using one (six, actually) of their motor boards: the resulting DoodleBorg is a three-horsepower beast powered by motorcycle starter motors.
We first met Alex Klein shortly after we’d launched the Raspberry Pi, when he was working for Newsweek and came to visit to write a story about us. Next we’d heard, he’d left Newsweek to start a company with Raspberry Pi at its heart.
Raspberry Pi event night a success Electronics News THE Raspberry Pi for Beginners event, which took place at element14's Chester Hill premises on the evening of 13 March, was well-attended by 46 members of the OzBerryPi group. Andrew Stone, organiser and founder of OzBerryPi's Sydney chapter, was …
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!