Mad Science codes with Raspberry Pi Clinton county leader On Tuesday, February 27, at 10 a.m., the Edgerton Branch of the Mid-Continent Public Library is hosting a program for children ages 10 and up called “STEAM-Powered Program: Mad Science Codes with Raspberry Pi ” during which kids will explore the world …
Electronics Weekly (blog) Raspberry Pi + Cloudio == IoT prototyping Electronics Weekly (blog) Cloudio is the name – GraspIO Cloudio – and it's an add-on for the Raspberry Pi now available from Farnell element14. Recommended Articles.
Big things are afoot in the world of HackSpace magazine ! This month we’re running our first special issue, with wearables projects throughout the magazine. Moreover, we’re giving away our first subscription gift free to all 12-month print subscribers . Lastly, and most importantly, we’ve made the cover EXTRA SHINY! Prepare your eyeballs — it’s HackSpace magazine issue 4! Wearables In this issue, we’re taking an in-depth look at wearable tech.
Digital-TV transmitter based on Raspberry Pi Zero and LimeSDR Mini Elektor (blog) One LimeSDR Mini from Lime Micro and one Raspberry Pi Zero have been used to create an open-source pocket-sized DVB (digital video broadcasting) transmitter, which is believed to be is the world's smallest. Developed by Evariste Okcestbon, the open …
TechSpot Start building your own Raspberry Pi projects for $19 TechSpot For the uninitiated, Raspberry Pi is a credit card-sized computer capable of doing everything a desktop can do. From coding to gaming and even hacking, Raspberry Pi lets users explore the world of programming through an intuitive and beginner-friendly …
eeNews Europe Raspberry Pi and LimeSDR open-source DVB project | eeNews … eeNews Europe The Raspberry Pi Zero and LimeSDR Mini have been used together to create what is claimed to be the world's smallest open-sourced DVB transmitter
Is this the world's smallest digital TV transmitter? Raspberry Pi Zero and LimeSDR Mini combine to create pocket ..
Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Hello World Magazine Issue 4 Now Available Geeky Gadgets Teachers and educators engaged in bringing the digital world to students around the world may be interested to know that issue 4 of the excellent Raspberry Pi Hello World magazine has now been released by the official Raspberry Pi Foundation and … and more »
Note: the Pi Towers team have peeled away from their desks to spend time with their families over the festive season, and this blog will be quiet for a while as a result. We’ll be back in the New Year with a bushel of amazing projects, awesome resources, and much merriment and fun times. Happy holidays to all! Now back to the matter at hand.
Hey folks, Rob from The MagPi here! We know many people might be getting their very first Raspberry Pi this Christmas, and excitedly wondering “what do I do with it?” While we can’t tell you exactly what to do with your Pi, we can show you how to immerse yourself in the world of Raspberry Pi and be inspired by our incredible community, and that’s the topic of The MagPi 65 , out today tomorrow (we’re a day early because we’re simply TOO excited about the special announcement below!).