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Raspberry Pi
A complete ARM GNU/Linux computer for $25.
(also covering Arduino and BeagleBone)
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Raspberry pi 3: Another revolution?

The raspberry pi 3 is another really great mini PC, so watch this review and see how it stacks to to other PC's of it's kind.
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Raspberry Pi GUI Interface Installation and Overview

Here we will look into the installation and setup that goes into getting the GUI (Graphical User Interface) installed on the Raspberry Pi. Further we will be...
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CanaKit Raspberry Pi Complete Starter Kit

Product reviews information and price on Amazon-US: http://bit.ly/1Xc9DaF I would also like to echo the blatant overpricing the incorrect power supply in thi...
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Raspberry Pi 3 VS Pi 2 Exodus Plugin Compare | Video #2

Which will be faster, the Pi2 or the new Pi3? Tested with the popular movie and tv show plugin Exodus.
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Applying IoT Raspberry Pi and Arduino UNO to measure temperature, light intensity and Soil Moisture

Princess Chulabhorn College Nakhon Si Thammarat 20160308 182844
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Windows 10 on Raspberry Pi 3 Demo

This morning, the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced availability of their new board—the Raspberry Pi 3. We're excited to have Windows 10 support the ne...
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BrickPi + Raspberry Pi 2 + ev3dev

It's alive! :) Raspberry Pi 2 is running ev3dev, a Debian version originally made for the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 that now also supports other devices like the R...
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Arduino Shield for custom board CPLD programming and testing using pogo pins | FreeIO

Arduino Shield for custom board CPLD programming and testing using pogo pins | FreeIO | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Marcelo Jimenez wrote a post about a shield he did using pogo pins to program and test a CPLD based board.
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Seeed Technology Raspberry Pi 2 Model B | Maker Minute

Raspberry Pi 2 Model B from Seeed Technology has the identical footprint of Raspberry Pi B+ making all cases, add-on boards, and accessories compatible. Rasp...
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Raspberry Pi 3 with Official Raspberry Pi Case

Buy Raspberry Pi 3 here: http://amzn.to/1TqmmIq (affiliate link) Buy Official Raspberry Pi case here: http://amzn.to/1M593Wn (affiliate link) In this video, ...
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Arduino Shield for custom board CPLD programming and testing using pogo pins | Dangerous Prototypes

Arduino Shield for custom board CPLD programming and testing using pogo pins | Dangerous Prototypes | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Marcelo Jimenez wrote a post about a shield he did using pogo pins to program and test a CPLD based board.
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how to flash BIOS chip MX series 3mb using ardunio ?

how to flash BIOS chip MX series 3mb using ardunio ? | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hey I recently have a bad flash and I have desolder the BIOS chip which is 8pin. I want to reflash it using arduino. I don't have access to computer...
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Raspberry Pi as an airplay receiver with a turntable look

I just turned the Raspberry Pi into an airplay receiver, which has a LP turntable look. Every time the music (streaming for iphone etc. to the airplay receiv...
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Binford Bean Burner 1000

Project: Create coffee roasting machine with intelligent control, using Arduino, Raspberry PI 2 B and web interface. The main drive for the drum is a NEMA 17...
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Raspberry Pi Zero RANT! Vendor RIPOFFS! Not "In Stock"?! RIGHT. SURE.

Here's the awesome tracker I mentioned: http://whereismypizero.com/
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Section 3 - Setting Up the Raspberry Pi (Arabic)

Lab about how to prepare the Raspberry Pi and getting it ready to work by installing the OS on it and controlling it from PC. Al-Azhar University. Video in A...
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Raspberry Pi 2 using serial com port and ZModem

Here I use a serial COM port to download pictures to my raspberry Pi using ZModem.
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Raspberry Pi 2 / 3 - Dual Pi Laptop Part 2 (MEHS) Episode 41

Raspberry Pi 2 / 3 - Banana Pi Laptop. My Electronics & Hacking Show Episode 41. In this episode I finish (maybe) the Raspberry Pi / Banana Pi Multi Pi Lapto...
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Tested: Raspberry Pi 3 $35 Computer!

We have the recently-announced Raspberry Pi 3! Patrick Norton stops by to discuss and show off the differences between the 3rd-generation Raspberry Pi and pr...
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Stream Tidal with Rasberry Pi

Stream Tidal with Rasberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I would like to replace a MacBook Pro with a Raspberry Pi to stream Tidal into my ( USB ) Parasound Integrated Amp. Also, control the Raspberry Pi using an iPhone or iPad. Is there any software that
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SemiWiki.com - Upcoming ARM & Open-Silicon Webinar on Custom SOC's for IoT Products

SemiWiki.com - Upcoming ARM & Open-Silicon Webinar on Custom SOC's for IoT Products | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
IoT products call for a higher level of system integration than ever before. Companies seeking to go to market now have a much higher bar in terms of size, power, reliability and manufacturability. The first IoT devices evolved from embedded development boards, like the groundbreaking Arduino. These were fine for prototypes or proof of concept, but are often clunky and not truly optimized platforms. Product differentiation in IoT devices comes from a combination of software and hardware. It’s not necessary to look any further than Apple, Nike or Fitbit for examples of nicely integrated hardware and software. While it is good to see the pendulum swing back from the focus on software only businesses, a lot of people with ideas for new products do not have the background for dedicated hardware development. Still, there are a lot of impressive things that can be done with productized processor chips such as
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