Geeky Gadgets DIY Raspberry Pi Underwater Camera Allows You To Explore Shallow Water Geeky Gadgets Designed to allow users to explore shallow water the Raspberry Pi underwater camera is currently in its prototype stages of development and is being tweaked to last five hours on a single charge taking a photograph every five minutes. The latest …
Hackaday Networking: Pin the Tail on the Headless Raspberry Pi Hackaday Eager to get deeper into robotics after dipping my toe in the water with my BB-8 droid, I purchased a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. The first step was to connect to it
Geeky Gadgets Wireless Raspberry Pi Water Gun Kit (video) Geeky Gadgets Anyone who would like to learn more about the awesome Raspberry Pi mini PC, or just like to build their very own wireless water cannon. May be interested in a new Water Gun kit which has been created by Joe Hoskisson based in Salt Lake City. Using a …
Daily Star This 3D-printed, Raspberry Pi -powered NES Mini shows Nintendo how it's done Pocket Gamer The gaming world has gone fairly console crazy after the past fortnight. First the Nintendo Classic Mini was announced, followed by SEGA's 25th anniversary console announcement, and I'm sure there's more to come.
Access to clean, safe drinking water is a global problem: as water.org notes, 663 million people lack access to water that’s safe to drink. That’s twice the population of the United States, or one person in every ten. Additionally, a recent review of rural water system sustainability in eight countries in Africa, South Asia, and Central America found an average water project failure rate of 20-40 percent
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We’re getting quite excited about horticulture here at Pi Towers this year; Rachel’s got a desktop greenhouse growing interesting edible leaves with a high degree of Raspberry Pi involvement (we’ll have much more on that, and on how she’s scaling it into a bigger installation you’ll be able to visit, in a month or so). I’m waiting for a warm weekend to set up a new owl box, with Pi camera, in my garden; and there’s another Pi camera deployed in the direction of the plants on my desk so I can check that Clive doesn’t forget to water them again next time I have to go overseas.
When I first joined the Raspberry Pi Foundation, over a year ago now, one of my first assignments was to build a weather station around the Raspberry Pi. Thanks to our friends at Oracle (the large US database company), the Foundation received a grant not only to design and build a Raspberry Pi weather station for schools, but also to put together a whole education programme to go with it.
Make a Programmable Irrigation Controller with a Raspberry Pi Lifehacker With all the day to day challenges that keep us busy, it can be hard to remember to water our plants. With a Raspberry Pi and a few other parts, you can program your own irrigation controller and make sure all your plants get the water they need …