Linux-powered robot kit aims for sweet spot between pro and kid products LinuxGizmos.com Vincross has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a modular “MIND Kit” robotics kit ranging from $89 for the Linux-driven, quad -A53 compute unit to $799 for a …
This new bot-building kit aims to be the ‘Raspberry Pi for robotics’ TechRepublic The MIND Kit is designed to let users create robots by stacking computer modules to add new abilities to their bot.
AHR Expo 2019: Georgia and Building Automation on my Mind Contractor Mag By Alan Varghese, Industry Analyst. Smarts are coming to everything, consumers are now familiar with smart phones, smart cars, and smart homes.
Missing for five years, Destiny ’s soundtrack album, Music of the Spheres, resurfaced in 2017. Composer Marty O’Donnell reflects on what happened, in this excerpt from Wireframe issue 4 , available tomorrow, 20 December.
Today is the early May bank holiday in England and Wales, a public holiday, and while this blog rarely rests, the Pi Towers team does. So, while we take a day with our families, our friends, and/or our favourite pastimes, I thought I’d point you at a couple of features from HackSpace magazine , our monthly magazine for makers
News of Bahrain- DT News (press release) Raspberry Pi -Let's explore News of Bahrain- DT News (press release) When I was asked to write an article, many relevant topics came to my mind.
When we released the Google AIY Projects kit with Issue 57 of The MagPi in May, we could hardly wait to see what you in the community would build with it. Being able to add voice interaction to your Raspberry Pi projects opens up a world of possibilities for exciting digital making. One such project is maker Martin Mander ‘s Google Pi Intercom.
In today’s post, I’m going to share the tales of three Jams: how and why they got started.
Back when home television sets were thin on the ground and programmes were monochrome, TV maintained a magical aura, a ‘how do they fit the people in that little box’ wonder which has been lost now that sets are common and almost everyone has their own video camera or recording device. Many older shows were filmed specifically to be watched in black and white, and, in much the same way that plugging your SNES into an HD monitor doesn’t quite look right, old classics just don’t look the same when viewed on the modern screen. 50’s televisions were so pretty.
Over the next three days, we have 30 educators arriving at Pi Towers to learn how to build, launch, and track a High Altitude Balloon (HAB). For the uninitiated, Skycademy 2016 is our second CPD event which provides experience of launching balloons to educators, showing them how this can be used for an inspiring, project-based learning experience. This is my first year preparing for Skycademy, and it has been a steep but worthwhile learning curve