Home surveillance systems are incredibly expensive, but if you're looking for more of a DIY approach, Instructables user Scavix shows off how to build your own small-scale system for about $120 using a Raspberry Pi. Read more...
There are plenty of Raspberry Pi arcade builds out there, but rarely do we come across something as sleek as [Jochen Zurborg's] RasPi Arcade Stick. The build combines everything you’d expect from other RasPi arcade projects, but manages to pack everything into the form factor of a portable stick modeled on the Neo Geo 4?s button layout. Show More Summary
It's a great, makerish Black Friday at Adafruit: free UPS ground shipping on orders of $75+; a free PCB ruler on orders of $99+; a free 5v Trinket on orders of $250+ and a free Raspberry Pi on orders of $350+!
DIY Bluetooth LE zone tracking Feature US department store Macy’s recently said it is implementing iPhone-based tracking tech the better to encourage browsing punters to buy. Of course, Macy has chosen to pitch this as an Apple technology...Show More Summary
Despite its success, there is something about the Raspberry Pi that might just put people off: until now, setting it up has not been particularly user friendly. NOOBS aims to change that! Intended for youngsters to get to grips withShow More Summary
The latest blockbuster Kickstarter project is an unlikely one: an open source computer science education kit with Raspberry Pi. This one is targeted at kids, and it's finding fans.
From all the BSDs and Linuxes to extraordinarily odd operating systems, it seems just about every OS has been ported to the Raspberry Pi. All except Windows, that is, but a few people are working on it. This build comes to us from [ideeman] who wanted to show off his Raspi running Windows Compact Embedded. Show More Summary
[Maurizio] loves using his Amiga 500. His classic piece of hardware has been serving him well for years, except for the floppy drive, which recently gave out on him. No problem for [Maurizio], he just cracked his case open and addedShow More Summary
Your Raspberry Pi might have only cost $40 or so, but it is remarkably precious. With many different projects underway, you need to keep it safe. A ruggedized case would be a good option, particularly for transporting your Pi or using it in outdoor projects. Show More Summary
Running in command line on a Raspberry Pi, Steven Wolfram's invaluable laboratory software is being expanded into a logic and knowledge engine that can operate locally or in the cloud. Wolfram Research's flagship program Mathematica has run on full-power desktops at science and engineering labs for 25 years. Show More Summary
Billed as "the computer anyone can make," the US$99 Kano kit supplies a Raspberry Pi computer board with the various accouterments (save for a display) required to make it into a complete computer. The Kano programming language usesShow More Summary
[Stephen Wolfram], possibly the only person on Earth who wants a second element named after him, is giving away Mathematica for the Raspberry Pi. For those of you unfamiliar with Mathematica, it’s a piece of software that allows youShow More Summary
The Raspberry Pi computing platform definitely has some interesting applications. This project is no exception, because it will allow users of all ages and experience to assemble a DIY computer. A Raspberry Pi is used as…
[Dan] has come up with a novel solution to the age old problem of keeping your grocery list up to date. He’s added a bar code scanner and a Raspberry Pi under a kitchen cabinet. He calls the system “Oscar”, though we don’t see any grouchiness in his trash can. Show More Summary
Many of us only wish we could upgrade our less-than-smart TVs. Carnivore at DroidBuild, however, has taken matters into his own hands -- he recently finished installing a Raspberry Pi-based media center into his own 40-inch Hisense screen. Show More Summary
Raspberry Pi computers have already proven to be valuable educational tools, but they're largely blank slates until teachers (and curious owners) find the right software. As of today, that software search just got a lot easier. The company...Show More Summary
This Raspberry PI based computer kit looks like a great way to get kids interested in programming. The programming language looks kind of like Scratch, the free drag-and-drop programming language developed at MIT.
Time-lapse photography is one of those cool, but rarely needed photography tricks that are hard to spend much money on unless you're really sure about a shot. However, Instructables user fotosyn shows off how to build a cheap, automated, time-lapse system using a Raspberry Pi, a camera module, and a coffee tin. Read more...
Kano runs on Raspberry Pi and includes a wireless keyboard, a speaker, packaging, and accessories.
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