Den of Geek! Raspberry Pi projects: make a video intercom system Den of Geek! In our last Raspberry Pi guide we showed you how to receive real-time alerts on your smartphone when someone presses your doorbell.
At the start of September, a film crew from CNBC came to visit Cambridge. They spent some time with us at Pi Towers, and came to the Cambridge Jam the next day to talk to some of the kids there who use the Raspberry Pi.
Arduino Is Releasing Its Own 3D Printer Lifehacker Australia Arduino is best known for its micro-controller of the same name and we've covered countless projects featuring the little electronic wonder over the years.
BBConsole - Easy wireless access to console of your BeagleBone Black from Tablet, Android and iPhone (RT @beagleboardorg: Help make it happen for BBConsole - Wireless console for BeagleBone Black http://t.co/akAiuBQ4HC...
Build A Face-Recognising Safe With A Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Australia The free software is based on OpenCV, a small program that runs well on a Raspberry Pi, and the camera is just a proper Pi camera module.
Want to sense Earthquakes? Maybe equipment vibration? We have put together a quick and inexpensive project that will sense vibration. We use a Vibration sensor from Sparkfun, a SainSmart UNO, and a I2C LCD.