We’re two weeks into the second cycle of Pioneers, our programme to give teenagers a taste of digital making.
Geeky Gadgets Commodore 64c Raspberry Pi Conversion Frame Hits Kickstarter (video) Geeky Gadgets COREi64 based in Canada has created a nondestructive Commodore 64c Raspberry Pi Conversion Frame which is capable of transforming your Commodore 64c platform into a retro-look Raspberry Pi computer. Check out the video below to learn more ..
Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Pioneers Programme Announces Second Challenge … Geeky Gadgets Watch the video below to learn the second challenge that has been set for the intrepid Raspberry Pi Pioneers which is entitled : “Make It Outdoors” and more »
Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Pioneers Programme Announces Second Challenge (video) Geeky Gadgets The Raspberry Pi Foundation has this week announced a new challenge for the Raspberry Pi Pioneers Programme which has been created for all those electronic and computer programmers aged between 11 and 16. Watch the video below to learn the … and more »
Using servomotors and shadow tracking, Acrophobia 1.0’s mission to give a Raspberry Pi a nervous disposition is a rolling success. Acrophobia 1.0 Acrophobia, a nervous machine with no human-serving goal, but with a single fear: of dropping the ball
Hi folks, Rob from The MagPi here again. I’ve dropped by the blog a bit early this month to present to you our very first tutorial video: installing Raspbian (and other operating systems) with Etcher. Install Raspbian with Etcher Lucy Hattersley shows you how to install Raspberry Pi operating systems such as Raspbian onto an SD card, using the excellent Etcher.
Allen Pan has wired up his home automation system to be controlled by memorable tunes from the classic Zelda franchise.
Dr Lucy Rogers is more than just a human LED . She’s also an incredibly imaginative digital maker, ready and willing to void warranties in her quest to take things apart and put them back together again, better than before.
Matthew “Raspberry Pi Guy” Timmons-Brown puts together a video of what the Raspberry Pi community has achieved every year. He’s just published 2017’s update, and it’s a doozy: have a look, and see how many of these projects and people you recognise! What is Raspberry Pi? – Five years of Pi! Half a decade
Lifehacker Revive a '90s Portable TV With a Raspberry Pi Lifehacker The portable color TV is a classic '90s gadget, but they're pretty pointless nowadays. Regardless, YouTuber David Watts decided to stuff a Raspberry Pi inside to bring it some new life. Advertisement