N-O-D-E’s always-on networked Pi Plug

N-O-D-E’s Pi Plug is a simple approach to using a Raspberry Pi Zero W as an always-on networked device without a tangle of wires. Pi Plug 2: Turn The Pi Zero Into A Mini Server Today I’m back with an update on the Pi Plug I made a while back. This prototype is still in the works, and is much more modular than the previous version

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When tiny robot COZMO met our tiny Raspberry Pi

Hack your COZMO for ultimate control, using a Raspberry Pi and this tutorial from Instructables user Marcelo ‘mjrovai’ Rovai . Cozmo – RPi 4 Full integration The complete tutorial can be found here: https://www.instructables.com/id/When-COZMO-the-Robot-Meets-the-Raspberry-Pi/ COZMO COZMO is a Python-programmable robot from ANKI that boasts a variety of on-board sensors and a camera, and that can be controlled via an app or via code. To get an idea of how COZMO works, check out this rather excitable video from the wonderful Mayim Bialik.

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Spiegelbilder Studio’s giant CRT video walls

After getting in contact with us to share their latest build with us, we invited Matvey Fridman of Germany-based production company Spiegelbilder Studio to write a guest blog post about their CRT video walls created for the band STRANDKØNZERT . STRANDKØNZERT – TAGTRAUMER – OFFICIAL VIDEO GERMAN DJENT RAP / EST.

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Raspbery Pi-newood Derby

Andre Miron’s Pinewood Derby Instant Replay System (sorry, not sorry for the pun in the title) uses a Raspberry Pi to monitor the finishing line and play back a slow-motion instant replay, putting an end to “No, I won!” squabbles once and for all. Raspberry Pi Based Pinewood Derby Instant Replay Demo This is the same system I demo in this video (https://youtu.be/-QyMxKfBaAE), but on our actual track with real pinewood derby cars.

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Sean Hodgins’ video-playing Christmas ornament

Standard Christmas tree ornaments are just so boring, always hanging there doing nothing. Yawn! Lucky for us, Sean Hodgins has created an ornament that plays classic nineties Christmas adverts, because of nostalgia. YouTube Christmas Ornament! – Raspberry Pi Project This Christmas ornament will really take you back… Ingredients Sean first 3D printed a small CRT-shaped ornament resembling the family television set in The Simpsons .

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New Piracy Scaremongering Video Depicts ‘Dangerous’ Raspberry Pi – TorrentFreak

TorrentFreak New Piracy Scaremongering Video Depicts 'Dangerous' Raspberry Pi TorrentFreak It's a topic that the Kodi team itself vented over earlier this week, noting how the British tabloid media presented the recent wave of “Kodi Boxes Can Kill You” click-bait articles alongside pictures of the Raspberry Pi . “Instead of showing one of the …

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MagPi 64: get started with electronics

Hey folks, Rob here again! You get a double dose of me this month, as today marks the release of The MagPi 64 . In this issue we give you a complete electronics starter guide to help you learn how to make circuits that connect to your Raspberry Pi! MAGPI SIXTY-FOOUUUR! Wires, wires everywhere! In the electronics feature, we’ll teach you how to identify different components in circuit diagrams, we’ll explain what they do, and we’ll give you some basic wiring instructions so you can take your first steps. The feature also includes step-by-step tutorials on how to make a digital radio and a range-finder, meaning you can test out your new electronics skills immediately! Christmas tutorials Electronics are cool, but what else is in this issue?

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Doctor Who Theme Played On Raspberry Pi Zero Mini PC Synth – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Doctor Who Theme Played On Raspberry Pi Zero Mini PC Synth Geeky Gadgets ThisTo celebrate this year's Doctor Who day YouTube Pi Synth has created an awesome rendition of the Doctor Who theme tune using no more than a few Raspberry Pi Zero mini PCs. Check out the video below to listen to the end result which uses 10 …

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Video: An Affordable Supercomputing Testbed based on Rasberry Pi – insideHPC

insideHPC Video: An Affordable Supercomputing Testbed based on Rasberry Pi insideHPC In this video from SC17, Bruce Tulloch from BitScope describes an low-cost Rasberry Pi cluster that LANL can use to simulate large-scale supercomputers. “The BitScope Pi Cluster Modules system creates an affordable, scalable, highly parallel testbed … and more »

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