Interact with the real world via the block world, with the Minecraft-controlled Christmas tree from the team at BroCraft Gaming. Illuminating David Stevens of BroCraft Gaming reached out to us last month to let us know about the real-life Christmas tree he and his team were planning to hack using Minecraft.
As the world gets ready to celebrate International Translation Day on 30 September, we want to say thank you to our amazing community of volunteer translators.
For those that don’t yet know, Raspberry Fields is the all-new community festival of digital making we’re hosting in Cambridge, UK on 30 June and 1 July 2018! It will be a chance for people of all ages and skill levels to have a go at getting creative with tech! Raspberry Fields is a celebration of all that our digital makers have already learnt and achieved, whether through taking part in Code Clubs , CoderDojos , or Raspberry Jams , or through trying our resources at home. We have a packed festival programme of exciting activities, talks, and shows for you to experience! So clear the weekend of 30 June and 1 July, because you won’t want to miss a thing. Saturday On Saturday, we’ll be welcoming two very special acts to the Raspberry Fields stage
The German charity Save Nemo works to protect coral reefs, and they are developing Nemo-Pi, an underwater “weather station” that monitors ocean conditions. Right now, you can vote for Save Nemo in the Google.org Impact Challenge.
Go undercover and keep an eye on your stuff with this brilliant secret Coke bottle spy cam from Tinkernut! Secret Coke Bottle SPY CAM! – Weekend Hacker #1803 SPECIAL NOTE*** THE FULL TUTORIAL WILL BE AVAILABLE NEXT WEEK April Fools! What a terrible day. So many pranks. You can’t believe anything you read
This column is from The MagPi issue 51 . You can download a PDF of the full issue for free, or subscribe to receive the print edition in your mailbox or the digital edition on your tablet. All proceeds from the print and digital editions help the Raspberry Pi Foundation achieve its charitable goals
By any measure, the Raspberry Pi Foundation had a fantastic 2016.
3ders.org (blog) AstroPrint v0.9 features live video streaming of 3D printers and Raspberry Pi 3 support 3ders.org (blog) Using your Raspberry Pi based AstroBox and a compatible camera (USB cameras that are Linux compatible, for instance, RockSoul, Logitech C920, and Logitech C615) you can easily set up your live video stream through the Monitor App located on your …
As Chicken Week here at Pi Towers draws to a close, we are all thinking deep thoughts about roasting temperatures and the very best fillings for omelettes. The eggs Dennis Hejselbak is working with are not for omelettes. Dennis, who lives in Denmark, has built a Raspberry Pi-powered incubator, complete with camera.
If you missed the updates recently, we’re currently running a 12-month programme for creative young people called Raspberry Pi Creative Technologists . We have a Google+ community for the group to post ideas, share interesting links and ask each other for help and we hoped they would also use it to arrange to meet up outside of the organised field trips: within the first month, one of them found the Art Hackathon and suggested they go along and take part