The affordable Raspberry Pi night vision goggles of your dreams

I just searched online for night vision goggles, and the prices seem to vary between £600 and £27000. That’s a little bit higher than my budget of ‘as cheap as humanly possible’, but lucky for me (and you!), Redditor Mtnbikerdunn has created a set of Raspberry Pi Zero–powered night vision goggles that come in at around $100

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10 YouTubers you should be following

When it comes to finding Raspberry Pi tutorials on the internet, many makers’ first port of call is YouTube. From professional content creators to part-time hobbyists, the video-sharing platform is full of makers documenting their projects for the world to see.

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Raspberry Pi Maze Printer Project – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Maze Printer Project Geeky Gadgets If you enjoy solving maze puzzles YouTuber “Engineerish” has created an awesome Raspberry Pi powered mains generator and printer that allows users to generate and print a maze puzzle on demand. Inspiration for the project was taken from his nephew …

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Raspberry Pi space rover: NASA open-sources its mini Mars robot – ZDNet

ZDNet Raspberry Pi space rover: NASA open-sources its mini Mars robot ZDNet And it's chosen components that will excite fans of the Raspberry Pi . “We chose a Raspberry Pi to be the 'brain' of this rover for its versatility, accessibility, simplicity, and ability to add and upgrade your own modifications,” it notes on GitHub …

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Prepare yourself for winter with the help of squirrels

This article from  The MagPi issue 72 explores Carsten Dannat’s Squirrel Cafe project and his mission to predict winter weather conditions based on the eating habits of local squirrels.  Get your copy of The MagPi in stores now, or download it as a free PDF  here . The Squirrel Cafe on Twitter Squirrel chowed down on 5.0 nuts for 3.16 min at 12:53:18 CEST.

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Automatic mazes with Raspberry Pi and recursive backtracking

Engineerish is back with another Raspberry Pi–based project that you didn’t know you needed until now. PRINT MAZES WITH RASPBERRY PI Don’t already have a device around your home that, at the press of a button, prints something cool? Build one! Mine prints randomly generated mazes but why stop there

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Synesthiser, an accessible electronic music instrument

A Raspberry Pi is the beating heart of this accessible musical instrument, built by South Korean maker Jaewon “J. One” Choi to enable more people with hearing impairments to create music: synesthiser. experimental musical instrument, 2018 Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Pure Data, Python Making music more accessible J

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