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Raspberry Pi
A complete ARM GNU/Linux computer for $25.
(also covering Arduino and BeagleBone)
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3D Printing Timelapse video - Raspberry Pi A+casing

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Raspberry Pi Gaming - VC4 Open Source Driver Testing with Jedi Academy

In this video I demonstrate a test build of Raspbian with the vc4 open source GPU driver. This driver is being developed by Eric Anholt at Broadcom and is ne...
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Teaching by Making: The Raspberry Pi Way

Teaching by Making: The Raspberry Pi Way | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
When the Raspberry Pi first came on the scene back in 2008 it seemed like a revolutionary idea: An affordable and programmable computer that could be used to teach kids (and adults for that matter) how to code. As is often the case, the genius of the concept lay in its simplicity. The Pi was a modular blank slate that could be used flexibly in all manner of projects, and like LEGO bricks, the resulting creations were only limited by the users’ own imagination.Yet its CEO and Co-founder Eben Upton doesn’t see it as a disruptive idea per se. Having grown up using the BBC Micro, it seemed natural to provide 21st Century children with a similar tinkering platform. The fundamental irony that his product addressed was that, that as more people got to use technology at an ever earlier age, fewer and fewer of us got to learn the skills required to actually make it. This digital skills gap is a problem that still persists today, but with over 7 million units sold, it is clear that Raspberry Pi has made significant progress in tackling it.They have since blazed a trail for other companies such as Arduino who have now brought similar offerings to this arena, and even prompted a revival of the BBC Micro(bit) but when asked, Upton did not actually identify these as competitors. That might be because Raspberry Pi thrives on a culture of collaboration that is a million miles away from the cut-throat tech world of chasing billion-dollar valuations. In fact, they went to market financed by an incredibly modest $200k loan, all of which has now been repaid. They currently operate on a scalable model which licenses the technical design for the product, along with the trademark, for partners to manufacture and sell the Raspberry Pi devices.[caption id=attachment_998 align=aligncenter width=500] The quality of teaching, rather than any technological quick-fix will remain the key determinant of success Eben Upton, CEO Raspberry Pi Ltd.[/caption]They’re not resting on their laurels though, and their future plans are nothing if not ambitious As they continue to expand their Cambridge-based operation and reinvest their profits in educational initiatives, they’re pushing to scale up digital skills education on a global scale.In November 2015 they merged with Code Club with the aim of bringing such initiatives “to every community in the world”. This was quickly followed by the launch of the Pi Zero, which retailed at a staggeringly low price of £4 ($5 in the US). At the time of writing, units of this model are – understandably - selling out as quickly as they’re being shipped.The low – some would say ridiculous - price point is an important factor for the success of the Raspberry Pi, not only in making it universally accessible, but psychologically it serves to demystify technology. There is no need, after all, to feel nervous when playing around with something that only costs a few dollars, and it’s that attitude of encouraging playfulness that makes the device such an effective teaching tool for educators to engage children with.But tools are only as effective as those using them, thus the huge emphasis placed on building and engaging a global community around the product. A visit to the foundation’s blog quickly reveals how successful that strategy has been, with hundreds of projects showcasing the endless possibilities that the Pi enables. But although this crowdsourcing of ideas might not have been possible in the pre-internet age, Upton is keen to emphasize that technology is not the most important element in that equation; it’s still up to educators to find ways of bringing it to life in the classroom:“Much as in the past - the quality of teaching, rather than any technological quick-fix will remain the key determinant of success,” he says.
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KeKePad Wearable Board Offers An Alternative To Connective Thread - Geeky Gadgets

KeKePad Wearable Board Offers An Alternative To Connective Thread - Geeky Gadgets | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
KeKePad has been co-designed by Michael Yang and is an Arduino compatible platform that includes a variety of sewable modules designed to be as small as possible and connect together using specially designed cables called Ke Cables
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CanaKit Raspberry Pi Complete Starter

I've been working with Pi's for a while and have gone through several dozen, developing standalone monitoring appliances. This kit is the most and functional...
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The real open source Theremin on Arduino

The real open source Theremin on Arduino | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Open.Theremin is an open source hardware and software project by Urs Gaudenz of Gaudi Lab with the aim of building the next digital generation of the legendary
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12v Controlled waterfall with a Raspberry Pi

Making a video of a waterfall play and stop with 12v. I will put up the demo script and explanation soon.
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lordvolkhark vlog- raspberry pi 2 project setup and trail.

sorry for the sudden ending and the flashes in the cams but for some reason running them on dual has them flashing at random. I can say I was surprised that ...
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Arduino Tian Development Board Features 32-bit ARM Cortex M0 Core - Geeky Gadgets

Arduino Tian Development Board Features 32-bit ARM Cortex M0 Core - Geeky Gadgets | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Arduino enthusiasts that are looking for a new board that supports the Arduino platform may be interested in the Arduino Tian which was unveiled towards the end of last year
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Raspberry Pi in Education Newsletter - Issue 14 - January 2016

Raspberry Pi in Education Newsletter - Issue 14 - January 2016 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
RT @MissPhilbin: January's @Raspberry_Pi Education Newsletter is out! Hear our #Bett2016 & #picademy news! https://t.co/P4PThjEtxS https://…
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RasPiO Pro Hat Protect/Position Raspberry Pi Ports Perfectly

Alex Eames - RasPi.TV is raising funds for RasPiO Pro Hat Protect/Position Raspberry Pi Ports Perfectly on Kickstarter! Putting your ports in perfect order and protecting them from human error. Explore your Raspberry Pi's GPIO ports safely and easily.
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Raspberry Pi RasPiO Pro Hat Hits Kickstarter (video) - Geeky Gadgets

Raspberry Pi RasPiO Pro Hat Hits Kickstarter (video) - Geeky Gadgets | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Alex Eames from RasPi.TV and serial Kickstarter entrepreneur has launched his fourth Kickstarter campaign this week with the launch of the new Raspberry Pi RasPiO Pro Hat he has
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Simple Quadcopter using Arduino Uno?

Simple Quadcopter using Arduino Uno? | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hello guys I am making a quadcopter using Arduino uno. My first simple aim is to lift and hover the quadcopter. To achieve this aim I have connecte...
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Automatic Railway Crossing Using Arduino

Automatic Railway Crossing Using Arduino | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This is a simple college project. It automatically turn off the railway gate when train arrival and after train departure.
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Making a catapult with Arduino

Making a catapult with Arduino | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hello! This tutorial will tell you how to make a catapult with an Arduino, it will also play a small sound before you fire it. Here is a video of the final product!First things first, here is a list with things you will need for the Arduino setup: Arduino (For my project I used the Arduino Yun) 5 Jump wires 1 Pushbutton 6x6mm size 1 Piezo Buzzer 1 Servo 2 Servo hevels 1 Breadboard 1 Micro USB to USB cable A laptopNext up is the catapult itself, I used parts of an old toy set I found in my house called Mechanix: A wooden plank, the one I used was 30cmx20cm 3 RT-55 (buy here) 4 A-5 (buy here) 2 A-9 (buy here) 3 AB-7 (buy here) 2 BTB-5 (buy here) 2 AB-2 (buy here) 40 mm shaft or longer (buy here) 2 U-clips (buy here) 1 PY - 2 ...
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An Easy Raspberry Pi Music Player Tutorial

In this video I will be putting together a Raspberry Pi music player that you can control from any device that has browser within your local network. Full Tu...
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Raspberry Pi Blinking 12

My daughter and I change a simple light display with a raspberry pi. This is teaching her electronics, electricity, computer hardware, software and coding on...
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What is Arduino and Raspberry Pi? Info and Resources (தமிழ்)

The basic introduction to Embedded systems and the possibilities of open source prototype boards like Arduino and Raspberry-Pi explained. Arduino மற்றும் ராஸ...
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Heating element for Arduino circuit?

Heating element for Arduino circuit? | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hello everyone, another question! I am working on an Arduino Uno powered thermostat/ liquid heater. I would like to know if anyone knows how to make ...
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Peon on Full Remote

Finally have my raspberry pi robot, Peon, working on full remote, including the video stream.
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How to install Noobs on Raspberry pi

This video will tell you people how to install noobs on raspberry pi yoyofunsardar 2016 copyright good news-my new raspberry pi 2 is going to be delivered by...
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PiPoE - powering a Raspberry Pi over Ethernet

PiPoE - powering a Raspberry Pi over Ethernet | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This project enables a Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone, or other small computer to be powered over an Ethernet cable. This very handy if you have a Pi somewhere where getting mains power to it is difficult, or if you want to run several devices from one central UPS.It's cheap and quite simple to put together, with just one slightly tricky bit of soldering...
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Raspberry Pi 2 Model B (Quad Core CPU 900 MHz, 1 GB RAM, Linux) - Aria Technology

Raspberry Pi 2 Model B (Quad Core CPU 900 MHz, 1 GB RAM, Linux) - Aria Technology | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Buy Raspberry Pi 2 Model B (Quad Core CPU 900 MHz, 1 GB RAM, Linux) - ARM Cortex-A7 (4x 900 MHz), 1GB Memory, 4x USB, 1x HDMI, 1x Ethernet, Combined...
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