Alphr What comes next after the Raspberry Pi ?
Hackaday Sandwich Together a Raspberry Pi Laptop Hackaday Ever since the Raspberry Pi was released to an eager public just over five years ago there is one project that seems to have been tackled more frequently than any other using the small computer from Cambridge: that of making a laptop with Pi for brains. and more »
Walk around the commons of Cambridge and you’re bound to see one or more of the Cambridge University Quidditch Club players mounted upon sticks with a makeshift quaffle. But try as they might, their broomsticks will never send them soaring through the air
On 1-2 April, Cambridge Raspberry Jam will be hosting Pi Wars 2017 , the latest iteration of their successful robotics challenge competition. For those unfamiliar with the setup, Pi Wars contestants use home-brew Raspberry Pi-powered robots to compete across seven challenge courses. There’s also a host of other categories, including prizes for Artistic and Technical Merit, as well as an award for ‘Funniest Robot’! With only a few days to go until the big weekend, we’ve wrangled Pi Wars 2017 hosts, Mike and Tim, to give us the lowdown on everything you need to know before the main event
Raspberry Pi Turns 5 and Fans Show Off Its Flexibility Shacknews The Raspberry Pi is five years old now, and fans of the small computer got together at a Pi Party in Cambridge as part of a birthday weekend to celebrate. Much of the event revolved around showcasing what the single-board Pi could do through showcases …
Cambridge News Happy birthday Raspberry Pi : Cambridge's computing sensation turns five Cambridge News The Raspberry Pi community will be flocking to Cambridge this weekend as the single-board computer that has changed the world celebrates its fifth birthday. Cambridge Junction is the venue for this year's event, which will be a celebration of all …
Raspberry Pi is based in Cambridge. (Just to be clear, that’s the one in East Anglia, UK, not the one in Massachusetts, USA.) When we say “based in Cambridge”, that suggests (correctly) that our offices are here. But the connection between Raspberry Pi and Cambridge runs a lot deeper than mere geography
In today’s guest blog, Andy Clark, Engineering Manager at RealVNC , introduces VNC Connect: a brand-new, and free, version of VNC that makes it simple to connect securely to your Raspberry Pi from anywhere in the world.
Hackaday LoRaWAN And Raspberry Pi Compute Module For A Remote Display Hackaday We see a lot of Raspberry Pi projects on these pages featuring all variants of the little board from Cambridge, but with one notable exception. Surprisingly few of them have featured its industrial embedded cousin, the Raspberry Pi Compute Module
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