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For just $70, you can turn your Pi into a wireless media hub capable of 1080p playback that supports files from all platforms .
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A complete ARM GNU/Linux computer for $25.
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The Raspberry Pi project website is http://www.raspberrypi.org/

This is one of my news digests. If you like my editorial choices, there are more to be found by clicking on the "dear reader" link, and on my name above.
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Looking forward to having a go at some of the projects on here

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Use Cortana and a Arduino to Control RGB Leds or Ledstrips With Your Voice!: 4 Steps (with Pictures)

Use Cortana and a Arduino to Control RGB Leds or Ledstrips With Your Voice!: 4 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this instructable i will show you how you can control your RGB led or led strip with your voice. This is done by a simple C# application called CortanaRoom. This app is part of my CortanaRoom project. When you are done with this project you can walk into your room and just ask Cortana to turn on the led strip in for example blue and Cortana will turn it on for you. For this tutorial you do not need much.1x windows 10 pc3x N channel mosfet (can be done without but you can than only hook up 1 RGB led)1x arduino with usb port 1x RGB led or RGB ledstrip with a common +Here is a list of the functions of cortanaRGB and also check out the video! -Turn on or off your led strip in multiple colors by voice Colors supported are Red Blue Green Purple Pink Orang
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Arduino First to 20 Game!: 4 Steps (with Pictures)

Arduino First to 20 Game!: 4 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This application uses the Arduino board to play the classic first to 20 game. Here's how the game works. You as the user will compete with the computer to reach the number 20 first by only adding either 1 or 2 to the score every turn. The first to 20 wins the game.
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Arduino RTC DS3231 Clock: 10 Steps

Arduino RTC DS3231 Clock: 10 Steps | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
For one of my first Arduino projects, I wanted to create a DIY real-time clock. This project would allow me to build on my Arduino programming skills, allow me to work on my 3D modelling skills and circuit design/creation. This project has gotten me excited! I’ve wanted to great a digital clock that I can use in the dark for some time, it would make a great addition to my room.
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Arduino Easy Weather Station With BME280 Sensor: 6 Steps (with Pictures)

Arduino Easy Weather Station With BME280 Sensor: 6 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Dear friends welcome to another Arduino project tutorial! In this tutorial we are going to take a first look at the new BME280 sensor, a new very interesting sensor. We are going to build a simple but very accurate weather station project. I have built a similar project 2 years ago, using different sensors. Now that we have a new sensor available which makes things easier, it’s time to update the project. As you can see, on the LCD display we can see the temperature, the humidity and the barometric pressure. The readings are updated every two seconds. This is a very easy project to build so it is ideal for beginners! Let’s build it!
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Make Your Own Tesla Coil: 5 Steps (with Pictures)

Make Your Own Tesla Coil: 5 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this project I will firstly show you how a common slayer exciter tesla coil kit works and how you can create your own improved version of a tesla coil that is commonly referred to as a SSTC. Along the way I will talk about the driver circuit, how a tesla coil can play music and how we can upgrade the SSTC to a crude DRSSTC to create even longer arcs at the same input voltage. Let's get started!
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Upcycle Lamp to Seacret RGB Mood Lamp: 5 Steps (with Pictures)

Upcycle Lamp to Seacret RGB Mood Lamp: 5 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I turned on my lamp today, to find the bulb was dead. I also found out it was hard to find a new one. I decided that I like RGB LEDs so I made a project out of it.Here is my secret RGB LED mod lamp with a magnet switch.I have had these magnetic switches or a reed switch, which is a switch that reacts to a magnetic force to close. I used three of these to turn on the red, green and blue part of the RGBs.The tools I used were Soldering iron, Glue gun, screwdriver and wire cuttersThe parts were Lamp, RGB Led strip, 12v AC to DC adapter, three reed magnet switches, Time to set the mood!
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Avnet : Premier Farnell introduces Pi Desktop

Avnet : Premier Farnell introduces Pi Desktop | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Premier Farnell, The Development Distributor, is pleased to announce the global availability of new Pi Desktop , an innovative set of accessories that converts a Raspberry Pi int
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Waren's L.E.D Music Visualizer: 16 Steps (with Pictures)

Waren's L.E.D Music Visualizer: 16 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Another basic Arduino project is waiting for you to build! This exciting project will allow you to create an awesome L.E.D Music Visualizer using few components such as a Microphone module, resistors, L.E.Ds, and Arduino. This project is perfect for those who really loves music. Everybody loves music (including me) so that's why I made one for my own entertainment purposes. Basically, this project will convert the sounds into lights. Yeah, that's the only purpose of the project to convert the music into reasonable lights so we are able to visualize what the music is all about. For example, if the music is a kind of Dance genre then the music visualizer will convert the music into dancing lights animation effects (pretty cool stuff). Another example, if it is Rock music the corresponding output will be rocking light effects. Is it cool enough to have this kind of stuff i
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Hackaday Prize Entry: Secure Storage on SD Cards

Hackaday Prize Entry: Secure Storage on SD Cards | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Here's a puzzler for you: how do you securely send data from one airgapped computer to another? Sending it over a network is right out, because that's the entire point of an airgap. A sneakernet i
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Use Google Cloud Vision On the Raspberry Pi - Dexter Industries

Use Google Cloud Vision On the Raspberry Pi - Dexter Industries | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this tutorial we show you step by step how to use Google Cloud Vision on the Raspberry Pi with a little bit of Python.
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Solderless breadboard RetroPie gaming system uses a Raspberry Pi Zero

Solderless breadboard RetroPie gaming system uses a Raspberry Pi Zero | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Awesome new project tutorial from instructables user 陳亮 via RaspberryPiPod. This Instructables show how to build a Breadboard RetroPie, no soldering, no 3D printer, no Laser cutter required. Buildi…
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Arduino & Raspberry Pi & Galileo & Other Boards

Arduino & Raspberry Pi & Galileo & Other Boards | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Explore Lucio Brito's board "Arduino & Raspberry Pi & Galileo & Other Boards" on Pinterest, the world's catalog of ideas. | See more about Arduino, Usb and Intel edison.
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Arthritis Assist Mouse: 6 Steps (with Pictures)

Arthritis Assist Mouse: 6 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This project was one that was completed in May of 2017 in my school's research program. It uses motion capture of a hand (or an object) to move the mouse on a computer and even has the capabilities to click the mouse.For my research I am going to work on a touchpad mouse. I got inspiration from this idea when I walked into a store one time and I saw a laser keyboard. The concept was a tower that projects lasers in a keyboard pattern and can detect what you are typing. This was a very interesting concept to me and I wanted to expand upon it with a mouse. The goal here is not to save space, but instead to get farther in creating a bridge between humans and computers.I have done a lot of research with motion capture in arduino but nothing was really close to how
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Glitterfly: a littleBits Project by Astghik

Glitterfly: a littleBits Project by Astghik | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
<p>A butterfly with fiber optic wings. It flutters it's wings and glows in the dark.&nbsp;</p>
<p>I used a servo to flap the wings and a light sensor to detect the darkness.</p>
<p>The color effects are made using a 3 color LED, LED driver and Arduino bit.&nbsp;</p>
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DS18B20 Radiation Shield: 10 Steps (with Pictures)

DS18B20 Radiation Shield: 10 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This is a mini tutorial. The radiation shield will be used in my tutorial of Arduino meteo station with ethernet.
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RECHARGEABLE POWER BANK WITH DISPLAY: 4 Steps (with Pictures)

RECHARGEABLE POWER BANK WITH DISPLAY: 4 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
HI FRIENDS,i am back with new idea that is rechargeable power bank with LCD DISPLAY BUT WITHOUT TP4056 OR ANY SEPARATE POWER BOOSTER MODULE.I THINK YOU WILL LIKE THIS INSTRUCTABLE.
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Otto DIY | Build Your Own Robot [:-]

Acrobotic Industries is raising funds for Otto DIY | Build Your Own Robot [:-] on Kickstarter!

Arduino-powered, easy-to-build robot you can program to move, dance, and avoid obstacles; Otto is the ultimate tool for STEM education!
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858D SMD Hot Ait Reflow Station Hack: 9 Steps (with Pictures)

858D SMD Hot Ait Reflow Station Hack: 9 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I've got a small electronic lab, where I repair broken electronics and make some small hobby projects. Because there's more and more SMD stuff out there, it was time to get a proper SMD reflow station. I looked a bit around and found the 858D to be a very good station for its price. I also found an open source project launched by madworm (spitzenpfeil) in 2013 replacing the original 858D temperature controller by an ATmega micro. Due there&rsquo;s no complete guide I decided to write one.There are 4 different variants with different micros of the 858D out there sold under dozens of different brands. The current model (April 2017) has got a MK1841D3 controller, and it&rsquo;s the one I&rsquo;m using. If you've got a different IC please check out the original thread on EEVblog.comMaterials:1x - 858D Rework Station (of course), I got mine from Amazon for about 40&euro;
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Pokemon Go Plus Mod Using NFC!: 10 Steps (with Pictures)

Pokemon Go Plus Mod Using NFC!: 10 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Have you ever been playing with your Pokemon Go Plus and have been wondering &quot;Could this device be any more simpler to use?&quot; Well I am here to show you how to mod your Plus cheap and easily to make you Pokemon experience even more of a thrill!This instruction will teach you how to turn your Pokemon Go Plus into a NFC Bluetooth activator/ Pokemon Go app activator!This mod is super useful in activating your Pokemon Go Plus and starting up the game without the hassle of taking the time to turn on Bluetooth and the game individually. This mod is super simple and in some cases can only cost you about 1-2$!
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Raspberry Pi | Basics, Hardware & Software Specifications

Raspberry Pi | Basics, Hardware & Software Specifications | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
What is a Raspberry Pi? What does it do? Want to buy one or learn about it? This guide should help you with your questions.
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Get Up Close to your Soldering with a Pi Zero Microscope

Get Up Close to your Soldering with a Pi Zero Microscope | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Do your Mark 1 Eyeballs no longer hold their own when it comes to fine work close up? Soldering can be a literal pain under such conditions, and even for the Elf-eyed among us, dealing with pads at
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Arduino IDE for Visual Studio and Atmel Studio

Arduino IDE for Visual Studio and Atmel Studio | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Visual Micro is a fully compatible Arduino programming tool for Microsoft Visual Studio. Atmel Studio is also a supported alternative to the Arduino Ide.
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Turn a Monitor Into a Family-shared Live Slideshow Album (w/ Raspberry Pi): 5 Steps (with Pictures)

Turn a Monitor Into a Family-shared Live Slideshow Album (w/ Raspberry Pi): 5 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Keeping contact with your family can be difficult when you live far from them. Even an increasing number of communication means doesn&rsquo;t make it easier to take the time to message, email or Skype your family. We offer you today a fun and easy way for your family and your elders to keep track of everyone&rsquo;s everyday life. OBJECTIVE: Turn an old monitor into a smart screen that will automatically display all your daily pictures. FOR WHOM This project is perfect for families who live far from each other, especially big families with members spread in different cities. It&rsquo;s the perfect way for your parents/grandparents or even the whole family (you can do the same for several monitors) to keep track of the best moments your daily life in a very simple way, without them having to turn on a computer or any other tech device.
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DIY Open Source Submarine Drone

DIY Open Source Submarine Drone | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Trident is a multipurpose open source submarine drone. It’s ideal for: Boating and fishing - Deploy in seconds to see what's underwater; inspect props,
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Build Your Own Vacuum Robot : 19 Steps (with Pictures)

Build Your Own Vacuum Robot : 19 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This is my first Vacuum Robot, which it's main purpose is to allow anyone to have a cleaning robot without paying so much money, to learn how they work, to build a nice robot that you can modify, update and program as much as you want, and of course to vacuum all that annoying fluff.This project is intended to be as easy to build as possible since all the elements and parts are easy to find on Digikey, eBay, Amazon, etc.The whole chassis was designed in Solidworks so that it could be 3d printed.Currently it uses an Arduino Uno (if you don't like it too much you can easily change it for another micro controller, I decided to use this since my objective is that anyone could actually build it), micro-metal motors, fan propeller, infrared sensors and respective driver modules.Another one bites the dust!
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