Instructables user sandshock writes how you can make a trip to your local hardware store with just a Hamilton and return with everything you need to make your own wooden Raspberry Pi case.Read more on MAKE...
The Raspberry Pi fundation, a nonprofit organization, has brought a low cost ARM Linux platform to the masses, and Arduino already did that with electronics, but Harold Timmis, an engineer, found out...
Technabob DIY Arduino Cell Phone: aPhone Uno Technabob It's really amazing how today's technology enables us to build complex gadgets on our own. Just take a look at Instructables member Ye Xiaobo's fully functioning cell phone.
Upgraded Version of Raspberry Pi (512MB) Available for Purchase Blogote (blog) A cheap computer was an outrageous dream for geeks and everyone else, but a few genius folks succeeded in turning this dream into reality in the form of Raspberry Pi.
The Raspberry Pi is great for home automation projects, and DIYer Iaian Hamilton shows off how to use it to create a lighting and audio control that uses a simple web interface for control. (Looking to do some home automation?
In this video, Clive Beale of Raspberry Pi Foundation explains why coding is a critical thing for young people to learn (RT @brckngh: Beale is back: Raspberry Pi Foundation discuss the importance of coding – video
The Raspberry Pi as a frequency generator I was experimenting with the Pifm code, and wanted to know what sort of frequencies I could get from the GIPO_4 pin 7. No extra things needed... BUT the frequency range is from 130 kHz to 250 MHz.
It seems to be a popular thing to do, turning your Raspberry Pi into a streaming audio player for internet radio stations. However, I’m especially impressed with Florian Amrhein’s Digital Vintage Radio.
Times LIVE Raspberry Pi, the world's cheapest computer, makes a mint Times LIVE The Raspberry Pi is now powering robots in Japan and warehouse doors in Malawi, photographing astral bodies from the United States and helping to dodge censorship in...
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