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Powerful Raspberry Pi Projects: part III

Reading Time: 6 minutes Radical robots We couldn’t leave our little robotic friends out of our powerful projects round-up, now could we? Robot Dinosaurs Maker: Dr Lucy Rogers It’s not often dinosaurs are disappointing, but when the animatronic dinosaurs of the Isle of Wight theme park Blackgang Chine kept failing, Lucy came to the rescue. Retrofitting the bespoke mechanics…… Continue reading Powerful Raspberry Pi Projects: part III

Steam Link on Raspberry Pi 4

Reading Time: 2 minutes Essentially, it’s a local network streaming service that allows you to stream games from a gaming PC to another computer hooked up to a screen. There used to be dedicated hardware for this, but it has been available for Raspberry Pi (and other hardware) for a while now. With the release of Raspberry Pi 4…… Continue reading Steam Link on Raspberry Pi 4

25 Powerful Raspberry Pi Projects: part II

Reading Time: 4 minutes Creative pursuits Etch-a-Sketch Art With Python Maker: Sunny Balasubramanian A classic toy featuring in many people’s childhoods, the Etch-a-Sketch allows you to draw pictures without making a mess, then wipe the board with a satisfying shake. Sunny used servos and a Raspberry Pi to take control of the dials, then used edge-finding image filters to…… Continue reading 25 Powerful Raspberry Pi Projects: part II

Raspberry Pi 4 vs Raspberry Pi 3B+

Reading Time: 5 minutes Raspberry Pi newcomers ask us to explain the difference between Raspberry Pi 4 and the older Raspberry Pi 3B+ models. Obviously, Raspberry Pi 4 is one better, but you can pick up a Raspberry Pi 3 for less money (and it’s more frequently found on sale). So should you buy the new Raspberry Pi 4,…… Continue reading Raspberry Pi 4 vs Raspberry Pi 3B+

TERMINATOR: DARK FATE FILM FANPACKET VERLOSUNG

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Linda Hamilton (“Sarah Connor”) und Arnold Schwarzenegger (“T-800”) kehren in TERMINATOR: DARK FATE in ihren ikonischen Rollen auf die große Leinwand zurück. Regie führt DEADPOOL-Regisseur Tim Miller und es produzieren der visionäre Filmemacher James Cameron und David Ellison. Die Story knüpft an die Ereignisse von TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY an. Zum weiteren Starensemble von TERMINATOR: DARK FATE…… Continue reading TERMINATOR: DARK FATE FILM FANPACKET VERLOSUNG

25 Powerful Raspberry Pi Projects: Part I

Reading Time: 5 minutes Photo projects Take amazing shots with Raspberry Pi. Drop Pi Maker: David Hunt Take incredible shots of water droplets, using a Raspberry Pi as a controller for a solenoid valve and camera trigger. The valve is hooked up to the GPIO pins and a small piece of code opens the valve and triggers the camera.…… Continue reading 25 Powerful Raspberry Pi Projects: Part I

Sean Raser interview

Reading Time: 4 minutes For a lot of the people who do a lot with Raspberry Pi, they’ve been here since day one – 29 February 2012. Sean Raser, on the other hand, didn’t even learn about Raspberry Pi until early 2015, but that hasn’t stopped him from teaching about it, putting on events about it, or running a…… Continue reading Sean Raser interview

Sean Raser interview

Reading Time: 4 minutes For a lot of the people who do a lot with Raspberry Pi, they’ve been here since day one – 29 February 2012. Sean Raser, on the other hand, didn’t even learn about Raspberry Pi until early 2015, but that hasn’t stopped him from teaching about it, putting on events about it, or running a…… Continue reading Sean Raser interview

Spooktastic Halloween Costume Projects – part 2

Reading Time: 3 minutes Read part one for more costume ideas! This full-on cosplay by Mel Ridler has an electronic secret – simple LED lights for eyes that can change into flashing circles of doom. For those that know of the game Undertale, the light patterns represent how the character Sans looks when he unleashes his true power. This…… Continue reading Spooktastic Halloween Costume Projects – part 2

Spooktastic Halloween Costume Projects – part 2

Reading Time: 3 minutes Read part one for more costume ideas! This full-on cosplay by Mel Ridler has an electronic secret – simple LED lights for eyes that can change into flashing circles of doom. For those that know of the game Undertale, the light patterns represent how the character Sans looks when he unleashes his true power. This…… Continue reading Spooktastic Halloween Costume Projects – part 2

VNC: Remote access a Raspberry Pi

Reading Time: 7 minutes There will be times when you can’t – or don’t want to – switch to your Raspberry Pi. Perhaps you’re using another computer, your Raspberry Pi is out of reach, behind your TV or a nest of cables or you’re on the road and have left your Raspberry Pi at home. Fortunately, with VNC (Virtual…… Continue reading VNC: Remote access a Raspberry Pi

VNC: Remote access a Raspberry Pi

Reading Time: 7 minutes There will be times when you can’t – or don’t want to – switch to your Raspberry Pi. Perhaps you’re using another computer, your Raspberry Pi is out of reach, behind your TV or a nest of cables or you’re on the road and have left your Raspberry Pi at home. Fortunately, with VNC (Virtual…… Continue reading VNC: Remote access a Raspberry Pi

Spooktastic Halloween Costume Projects – part 1

Reading Time: 3 minutes We interviewed Luis Martin Nuez about this blood-curdling costume idea a few years ago. It’s very basically a Raspberry Pi with a Camera Module that displays what it sees on the screen live. The camera is attached to his back, with the screen on his stomach, and the preview mode is used to create the…… Continue reading Spooktastic Halloween Costume Projects – part 1

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