Hi folks, Rob from The MagPi here! A few weeks ago, we asked you to vote on your top 50 favourite Raspberry Pi projects from the last two-or-so years. We had thousands of responses, but there was one clear winner…and you can find out who that was in issue 75 of The MagPi , out tomorrow in stores, and available today online ! See who you folks voted for… You heard right, the magazine is available a day early to download and buy online! Don’t say we never spoil you
When Electrical Engineer Alan Platt was given the task of converting old cine film to digital footage for his father-in-law’s 70th birthday, his first instinct was to look online. “There are plenty of companies happy to convert old films”, he explains, “but they are all extremely expensive.
Use a Raspberry Pi and a Pi Camera Module to build your own machine learning–powered rock paper scissors game! Rock-Paper-Scissors game using computer vision and machine learning on Raspberry Pi A Rock-Paper-Scissors game using computer vision and machine learning on the Raspberry Pi. Project GitHub page: https://github.com/DrGFreeman/rps-cv PROJECT ORIGIN: This project results from a challenge my son gave me when I was teaching him the basics of computer programming making a simple text based Rock-Paper-Scissors game in Python.
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Michael Portera ‘s trading card scanner uses LEGO, servo motors, and a Raspberry Pi and Camera Module to scan Magic: The Gathering cards and look up their prices online.
Spring has sprung, and with it, sleepy-eyed wildlife is beginning to roam our gardens and local woodlands. So why not follow hackster.io maker reichley’s tutorial and build your own solar-powered squirrelhouse nature cam
Hackaday PipeCam: Shallow-Water Exploration with Raspberry Pi Hackaday The latest version uses a Raspberry Pi 3 with a V2 camera module and runs on a 12 V, 2.4 Ah rechargeable lead-acid battery. Everything is mounted on a piece of hardboard that slides into a 110mm piece of PVC.
After making a delightful Bitcoin lottery using a Raspberry Pi, Sean Hodgins brings us more Pi-powered goodness in time for every maker’s favourite holiday: Easter! Just kidding, it’s Halloween. Check out his hair-raising new build, the Haunted Jack in the Box. Haunted Jack in the Box – DIY Raspberry Pi Project This project uses a raspberry pi and face detection using the pi camera to determine when someone is looking at it
We’ve all been there: zombies at the door, Daleks on the driveway, creatures from the Upside Down in the walls. You want to be able to monitor their movements, but how do you do that without attracting their attention? Wesley Archer (AKA Raspberry Coulis ) has the answer: a Pi-powered Night Vision Camera , perfect for catching unearthly creatures on the prowl — and for wildlife spotting, birdwatching, and home security too, I guess… Wesley’s Pi-powered Night Vision Camera Black box To build his Night Vision Camera, Wesley ordered an infrared Lisiparoi LED Light Ring , a Cyntech Raspberry Pi case , a Pi NoIR Camera Module , and USB WiFi adapter
Geeky Gadgets SmartiPi Flex – Flexible Raspberry Pi Camera Module Mount (video) Geeky Gadgets Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Raspberry Pi flexible camera arm which has been specifically created for the Raspberry Pi camera module and allows you to install either the colour or noir cameras in positions that might …