We at the Raspberry Pi Foundation find it incredibly rewarding to help people make and share things they love.
At the Raspberry Pi Foundation, we love a good music project . So of course we’re excited to welcome Andy Grove ‘s ultrasonic piano to the collection! It is a thing of beauty… and noise. Don’t let the name fool you – this build can do so much more than sound like a piano
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Geeky Gadgets Portable Raspberry Pi Zero Video Recorder Complete With Viewing Screen (video) Geeky Gadgets If you are looking for an affordable way to create your very own customisable video camera you may be interested in a new Raspberry Pi project which has been published to the Hackster website by member Wayne Keenan. The super slim CamCorder has …
Alvaro Viebrantz ‘s Android Things Candy Dispenser combines image recognition and sugar highs in one delicious Raspberry Pi project. Android Things A.I.
Are you tired of having to take selfies physically? Do you only use your GoPro for the occasional beach vacation? Are you maybe even wondering what to do with the load of velcro you bought on a whim?
To replace his iPad for live performance, Colorado-based musician Toby Hendricks built a looper, complete with an impressive internal sound library, all running on a Raspberry Pi.
Looking to share your day, event, or the observations of your nature box live on the internet via a Raspberry Pi? Then look no further, for Alex Ellis has all you need to get started with YouTube live-streaming from your Pi. The YouTube live dashboard.
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 ..