A homebrew Pi kit for home brewing

While the rest of us are forced to leave the house to obtain a tasty brew, beer master Christoper Aedo has incorporated a Raspberry Pi into his home brewing system for ultimate ‘sit-back-and-relax’ homebrew home brew. KEG! KEG! KEG! KEG! I drink and I know things Having brewed his own beer for several years, Christopher was no novice in the pursuit of creating the perfect pint*

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Making a Small-Scale Brewery With A Raspberry Pi And Python – Hackaday

Hackaday Making a Small-Scale Brewery With A Raspberry Pi And Python Hackaday Such an inductee into the brewery arts is [Christopher Aedo], who has documented his automated brewing system driven by a Raspberry Pi running CraftBeerPi. And it's an impressive setup, with boil kettle, mash tun, and heat exchanger, a 5KW heating ..

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Tweet The Power Of Lightning! – Hackaday

Hackaday Tweet The Power Of Lightning! Hackaday Tingling at the possibility of connecting with lightning's awesome power in one shape or another, [Hexalyse] combined AMS's lightning sensor chip with a Raspberry Pi and a whipped up a spot of Python code to tweet the approach of a potential storm.

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VästtraPi: your personal bus stop schedule monitor

I get impatient quickly when I’m looking up information on my phone. There’s just something about it that makes me jittery – especially when the information is time-sensitive, like timetables for public transport. If you’re like me, then Dimitris Platis ‘s newest build is for you. He has created the VästtraPi, a Pi-powered departure time screen for your home! No Title No Description Never miss the bus again with VästtraPi Let me set the scene: it’s a weekday morning, and you’ve finally woken up enough to think about taking the bus to work.

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CoderDojo Coolest Projects 2017

When I heard we were merging with CoderDojo , I was delighted. CoderDojo is a wonderful organisation with a spectacular community, and it’s going to be great to join forces with the team and work towards our common goal: making a difference to the lives of young people by making technology accessible to them. You may remember that last year Philip and I went along to Coolest Projects , CoderDojo’s annual event at which their global community showcase their best makes.

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Weaponising a teddy bear

At primary school, I loved my Tamagotchi: it moved, it beeped, it was almost like I could talk to it! Nowadays, kids can actually have conversations with their toys, and some toys are IoT devices, capable of accessing online services or of interacting with people via the Internet.

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