Business Insider This engineer built a facial recognition gadget to notify him when his cat wants to come inside Business Insider An engineer built a DIY device that recognises when his cat is outside and notifies him so he can let him in. To build the gadget, Arkaitz Garro used a Raspberry Pi mini-computer, mounted with a camera, running image-recognition and motion-detection … and more »
Electronics Weekly (blog) EW BrightSparks 2017 profile: Roger Thornton, Raspberry Pi … Electronics Weekly (blog) In the latest of a series on the EW BrightSparks of 2017 we highlight Roger Thornton, Principal Hardware Engineer at the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Zero Tough Pi-ano Created (video) – Geeky Gadgets Geeky Gadgets Brian '24 Hour Engineer' McEvoy has used the awesome Raspberry Pi mini PC to create a rugged piano style instrument which he has donated to his aunt. and more »
Friday Hack Chat: Raspberry Pi Principal Hardware Engineer Roger Thornton Hackaday rpichat1-01 Have you heard about the new Raspberry Pi Zero W which now includes WiFi and Bluetooth? Of course you have.
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