Mega six-screen cyberdeck

Reading Time: 3 minutes Holy cyberdecks! Redditor Holistech (aka Sören Gebbert) really leaned in to the “more is more” idiom when building this big orange cyberdeck using three Raspberry Pis. Why use just one screen to manipulate enemy cyberware and take down your cyberpunk foes, when you can have six? Rear view (keep reading for the big reveal) From…… Continue reading Mega six-screen cyberdeck

Machine Learning made easy with Raspberry Pi, Adafruit and Microsoft

Reading Time: 3 minutes Machine learning can sound daunting even for experienced Raspberry Pi hobbyists, but Microsoft and Adafruit Industries are determined to make it easier for everyone to have a go. Microsoft’s Lobe tool takes the stress out of training machine learning models, and Adafruit have developed an entire kit around their BrainCraft HAT, featuring Raspberry Pi 4…… Continue reading Machine Learning made easy with Raspberry Pi, Adafruit and Microsoft

‘Epigone drone’ pays homage to NASA’s Mars Helicopter | The MagPi #107

Reading Time: 4 minutes Inspired by NASA’s attempt to launch a helicopter on Mars, one maker made an Earth-bound one of her own. And she tells Rosie Hattersley all about it in the latest issue of The MagPi Magazine, out now. To avoid being swiped by the drone’s rotors, the Raspberry Pi 4, which uses NASA’s especially written F…… Continue reading ‘Epigone drone’ pays homage to NASA’s Mars Helicopter | The MagPi #107

Commodore 64 + Raspberry Pi 4 = Synth6581

Reading Time: 4 minutes We have a special blog today from one of our own design engineers, Simon Martin. He’s the designer of Raspberry Pi 400 and our High Quality Camera and spends his free time tinkering with electronic music. This video is a classic. Settle in… Simon has wanted to make his own electronic musical instrument with Raspberry…… Continue reading Commodore 64 + Raspberry Pi 4 = Synth6581

Shred through Guitar Hero with a Raspberry Pi-powered robot

Reading Time: 3 minutes Level up your Guitar Hero gaming with Nick O’Hara’s Jon Bot Jovi Guitar Hero robot. While Nick admits this is an expensive project (around $1000 to build), it’s something that was so “ridiculous, hilarious, and awesome” he felt he just needed to do it. While you’re not great at Guitar Hero, Nick, you ARE good at…… Continue reading Shred through Guitar Hero with a Raspberry Pi-powered robot

Hide a huge arcade machine in plain sight with Raspberry Pi

Reading Time: 3 minutes Problem: I really want an arcade machine at home, but I don’t have the space for it. Solution: Build Alexandre Chappel’s giant two-player machine, which is sleek and hidden in plain sight on your wall. Subscribe to Alexandre’s YouTube channel Alexandre’s goal was to build something that looks like an ordinary piece of furniture, and…… Continue reading Hide a huge arcade machine in plain sight with Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi transforms old Wurlitzer into modern digital jukebox

Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s been a while since we saw a good jukebox retrofit project, so when we saw this old Wurlitzer transformed into a modern, all-in digital jukebox, we had to share it. Maker Marc Engrie’s cousin came across an old Wurlitzer on a local online second-hand store. The seller had imported it from the US and…… Continue reading Raspberry Pi transforms old Wurlitzer into modern digital jukebox

Yayagram makes it easy for grandparents to keep in touch

Reading Time: 3 minutes Maker Manu (@mrcatacroquer) is one inventive grandson, and he has warmed the cold hearts of Twitter with his Raspberry Pi-powered creation Yayagram. Manu’s mission was to help older family members keep in contact with their grandchildren. Analogue design makes Yayagram simple to use What does Yayagram mean? It’s a portmanteau, a mashup between the words…… Continue reading Yayagram makes it easy for grandparents to keep in touch

Stop snoring with Raspberry Pi

Reading Time: 2 minutes How many of you have woken up grumpy from being snored at all night? Or maybe you’re the snorer whose sleep is interrupted by being elbowed in the ribs to get you to stop. Not only does snoring keep your partner awake, it also affects the quality of your own sleep, even though you might…… Continue reading Stop snoring with Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi touchscreen music streamer

Reading Time: 2 minutes If you liked the look of yesterday’s Raspberry Pi Roon Endpoint Music Streamer but thought: “Hey, you know what would be great? If it had a touchscreen,” then look no further. Home Theater Fanatics has built something using the same RoPieee software, but with the added feature of a screen, for those who need one.…… Continue reading Raspberry Pi touchscreen music streamer

How to build a Raspberry Pi Roon Endpoint Music Streamer

Reading Time: 2 minutes Our friend Mike Perez at Audio Arkitekts is back to show you how to build PiFi, a Raspberry Pi-powered Roon Endpoint Music Streamer. The whole build costs around $150, which is pretty good going for such a sleek-looking Roon-ready end product. Roon ready Roon is a platform for all the music in your home, and…… Continue reading How to build a Raspberry Pi Roon Endpoint Music Streamer

Edge Impulse and TinyML on Raspberry Pi

Reading Time: 8 minutes Raspberry Pi is probably the most affordable way to get started with embedded machine learning. The inferencing performance we see with Raspberry Pi 4 is comparable to or better than some of the new accelerator hardware, but your overall hardware cost is just that much lower. Raspberry Pi 4 Model B However, training custom models on…… Continue reading Edge Impulse and TinyML on Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi thermal camera

Reading Time: 3 minutes It has been a cold winter for Tom Shaffner, and since he is working from home and leaving the heating on all day, he decided it was finally time to see where his house’s insulation could be improved. Tom’s setup inside a case with a cooling fan; the camera is taped on bottom right An…… Continue reading Raspberry Pi thermal camera

Machine learning and depth estimation using Raspberry Pi

Reading Time: 3 minutes One of our engineers, David Plowman, describes machine learning and shares news of a Raspberry Pi depth estimation challenge run by ETH Zürich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology). Spoiler alert – it’s all happening virtually, so you can definitely make the trip and attend, or maybe even enter yourself. What is Machine Learning? Machine Learning…… Continue reading Machine learning and depth estimation using Raspberry Pi

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