Quantifying Touch with the Raspberry Pi-friendly Pi Cap – Electronics Weekly (blog)

Electronics Weekly (blog) Quantifying Touch with the Raspberry Pi -friendly Pi Cap Electronics Weekly (blog) To be precise, it is compatible with Raspberry Pi 1 Model A+ and B+, Pi 2 Model B, Pi 3 Model B and B+, Pi Zero and Zero W. Made in the UK, it measures 2.6cm x 13.5cm x 10.8cm (h x w x d) and weighs 0.053kg. You can see Jude Pullen and James Bentley ..

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Rocket Man

James Dougherty, co-founder and owner of Real Flight Systems, was looking at how to increase the performance of his high-altitude rockets… These types of rockets… yeah… James’s goal was to build a ‘plug and run’ video system within a rocket, allowing high-definition video to be captured throughout the entirety of the flight. He also required a fully functioning Linux system that would allow for the recording of in-flight  telemetry.

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See When Your Train Is Late With LED Lights and Raspberry Pi – Gizmodo

Gizmodo See When Your Train Is Late With LED Lights and Raspberry Pi Gizmodo At this point, there are tons of apps that let us know when our trains are running late. But apps aren't nearly as pretty as an LED light strip set up to blink when something's wrong with your commute. London-based developer James Singleton used a ..

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WiFi-controlled pottery kiln

I’ve always fantasised about having a kiln in the garage (Eben wants a pick and place machine; we need another garage). Kilns, though, are expensive. And where do you start if you want to refurbish a broken or old one safely?

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Make a Point and Shoot Camera with a Raspberry Pi – Lifehacker

Make a Point and Shoot Camera with a Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Sick of boring old point and shoot cameras and want something a little more customizable? Blogger James Wolf shows off how to build your own custom point and shoot using a Raspberry Pi . Using the Raspberry Pi and the Raspberry Pi Camera Board, Wolf

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Water-cooled Raspberry Pi looks hot, runs cool – TechHive

Water-cooled Raspberry Pi looks hot, runs cool TechHive People have done some pretty insane things with their Raspberry Pi —such as building a system cluster—but nothing looks quite as badass as attaching a water cooling system to the popular computer on a stick. Phame, aka James Couzens, just completed

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