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Raspberry Pi

Teach, learn and make with Raspberry Pi
  1. The Android Things flower that smiles with you

    Smile, and the world smiles with you — or, in this case, a laser-cut flower running Android Things on a Raspberry Pi does. Expression Flower The aim of the Expression Flower is to “challenge the perception of what robotics can be while exploring the possibility for a whimsical experience that is engaging, natural, and fun.” Tl;dr: […]

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  2. Some of the best bicycle projects for #CycleToWorkDay

    Avid followers of our Raspberry Pi Twitter account may be aware of just how bike-loving the residents of Pi Towers are. From the weekend cyclists to Cambridge-London-Cambridge racers, the flat land around our office calls us to jump on a bike and explore the fenlands. #CycleToWorkDay In celebration of #CycleToWorkDay, we’ve brought together a collection […]

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  3. Getting started with your Raspberry Pi

    Here on the Raspberry Pi blog, we often share impressive builds made by community members who have advanced making and coding skills. But what about those of you who are just getting started? For you, we’ve been working hard to update and polish our Getting started resources, including a brand-new video to help you get […]

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  4. The affordable Raspberry Pi night vision goggles of your dreams

    I just searched online for night vision goggles, and the prices seem to vary between £600 and £27000. That’s a little bit higher than my budget of ‘as cheap as humanly possible’, but lucky for me (and you!), Redditor Mtnbikerdunn has created a set of Raspberry Pi Zero–powered night vision goggles that come in at […]

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  5. There’s Waldo! Finding the elusive traveller using AI

    Let me start by stating that here in the UK, we call Waldo Wally. And as I’m writing this post at my desk at Pi Towers, Cambridge, I have taken the decision to refer to the red and white-clad fellow as Wally moving forward. Just so you know. There’s Waldo is a robot that finds Waldo […]

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  6. A list of Raspberry Pi books for #BookLoversDay

    While yesterday’s blog post covered YouTubers who create video tutorials about using the Raspberry Pi, today we want to focus on a more traditional medium in honour of #BookLoversDay. Since we launched the Raspberry Pi back in 2012, staff and community members alike have been writing guides and projects books about our little green board, […]

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  7. 10 YouTubers you should be following

    When it comes to finding Raspberry Pi tutorials on the internet, many makers’ first port of call is YouTube. From professional content creators to part-time hobbyists, the video-sharing platform is full of makers documenting their projects for the world to see. Here are some of Youtube’s finest who use Raspberry Pi at the heart of many […]

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  8. Sync modular synths and electronic instruments with a DIY kit

    The Raspberry Pi community is wonderfully collaborative, with people all over the world supporting each other to make things they care about. It’s part of a much wider maker movement, and a new project from seismic industries, called spink0, brings the power of Raspberry Pi to another DIY community in the music world: modular synthesizer […]

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  9. Raspberry Pi as car computer

    Carputers! Fabrice Aneche is documenting his ongoing build, which equips an older (2011) car with some of the features a 2018 model might have: thus far, a reversing camera (bought off the shelf, with a modified GUI to show the date and the camera’s output built with Qt and Golang), GPS and offline route guidance. […]

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  10. Coolest Projects: it’s for the whole family!

    Wherever in the world I meet members of the Raspberry Pi community, I am always amazed by their enthusiasm for learning and making. And I often meet families that are enjoying computing together: kids who have introduced their parents to something that’s a whole new world for them, adults who are sharing a hobby they […]

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