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Teach, learn and make with Raspberry Pi
  1. Chat to Ada Lovelace via a Raspberry Pi

    Our friends, 8 Bits and a Byte, have built a Historic Voicebot, allowing users to chat to their favourite historical figures. It’s rather marvellous. The Historic Voicebot Have a chat with your favourite person from the past with the Historic Voicebot! With this interactive installation, you can talk to a historical figure through both chat […]

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  2. An in-flight entertainment system that isn’t terrible

    No Alex today; she’s tragically germ-ridden and sighing weakly beneath a heap of duvets on her sofa. But, in spite of it all, she’s managed to communicate that I should share Kyle‘s Raspberry Pi in-flight entertainment system with you. I made my own IN-FLIGHT entertainment system! ft. Raspberry Pi Corsair Ironclaw RGB Gaming Mouse: http://bit.ly/2vFwYw5 […]

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  3. Remembering Andy Baker

    We are immensely sad to learn of the death, on 1 June, of Andy Baker, joint founder and organiser of the brilliant Cotswold Raspberry Jam. Andy had been suffering from brain cancer. Together with co-founder Andrew Oakley, Andy worked incredibly hard to make the Cotswold Jam one of the most exciting Jams of all, with […]

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  4. Playback your favourite records with Plynth

    Use album artwork to trigger playback of your favourite music with Plynth, the Raspberry Pi–powered, camera-enhanced record stand. Plynth Demo This is “Plynth Demo” by Plynth on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. Record playback with Plynth Plynth uses a Raspberry Pi and Pi Camera Module to identify […]

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  5. Ghost-hunting in schools with Raspberry Pi | Hello World #9

    In Hello World issue 9, out today, Elliott Hall and Tom Bowtell discuss The Digital Ghost Hunt: an immersive theatre and augmented reality experience that takes a narrative-driven approach in order to make digital education accessible. The Digital Ghost Hunt combines coding education, augmented reality, and live performance to create an immersive storytelling experience. It […]

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  6. Driverless cars run by Raspberry Pi

    Could the future of driverless cars be shaped by Raspberry Pi? For undergraduate researchers at the University of Cambridge, the answer is a resounding yes! Can cars talk to each other? A fleet of driverless cars working together to keep traffic moving smoothly can improve overall traffic flow by at least 35 percent, researchers have […]

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  7. Retrofit a handheld Casio portable TV with a Raspberry Pi

    What do we say to the god of outdated tech? Not today! Revive an old portable television with a Raspberry Pi 3! Pocket televisions In the late 1980s, when I was a gadget-savvy kid, my mother bought me a pocket TV as a joint Christmas and birthday present. The TV’s image clarity was questionable, its […]

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  8. An opportunity to reach thousands with the Raspberry Pi

    Dr Bob Brown is a former professor who taught at Kennesaw State University and Southern Polytechnic State University. He holds a doctorate in computer information systems. Bob is also a Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, and continues to provide exceptional classroom experiences for K-12 students. The moment his students have that “Aha!” feeling is something he […]

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  9. Coding an isometric game map | Wireframe issue 15

    Isometric graphics give 2D games the illusion of depth. Mark Vanstone explains how to make an isometric game map of your own. Isometric projection Most early arcade games were 2D, but in 1982, a new dimension emerged: isometric projection. The first isometric game to hit arcades was Sega’s pseudo-3D shooter, Zaxxon. The eye-catching format soon […]

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  10. Quick Fix — a vending machine for likes and followers

    Sometimes we come across a project that just scores a perfect 10 on all fronts. This is one of them: an art installation using Raspberry Pi that has something interesting to say, does it elegantly, and is implemented beautifully (nothing presses our buttons like a make that’s got a professionally glossy finish like this). Quick […]

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