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ICYMI: Robot news round-up, 3D hand scanner and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: iRobot sold its line of military robots to a US-based firm to focus on Roomba and a new chameleon robot changes color to blend in; a student built a 3D scanner with cameras and Raspberry Pi that is much...Show More Summary

Deal: Raspberry Pi 2 Starter Kit

The Raspberry Pi 2 is a versatile and compact computer system which can power all manner of science, tech and educational projects. But the board alone isn’t enough to get started. Grab this complete starter kit along with tons of lessons on how to get the most out of your Pi.

ISS Astro Pi case can now be 3D printed for your Raspberry Pi

Chances are good that you won’t ever travel to the International Space Station. You can, however, enjoy a taste of the orbital experience using your 3D printer. At the end of last year, […]

Build a Little Text-to-Speech Machine with a Raspberry Pi

Ever wanted your Raspberry Pi to talk to you? Adafruit has a guide for adding speech synthesis to a Pi so it can say all kinds of things. Read more...

Hacklet 94 – Pi Zero Contest Entries

Hackaday and Adafruit have joined forces to present the Raspberry Pi Zero Contest. A great contest is nothing without entries though. This is where the community is proving once again that they’re the best in the world. The...Show More Summary

New Angle on Raspberry Pi Zero Hub

Collectively, the Hackaday readers sigh, “Not another Pi Zero hub!!!”. But [Sean Hodgins’] hub is different. It has a new angle, literally. Besides, it’s an entry in the Hackaday and Adafruit Pi Zero Contest. [Sean Hodgins’] acute approach is orthogonal to most of the other hubs we’ve seen. Show More Summary

Doctor Who: Raspberry Pi Edition

A brief demonstration of the shockingly good audio capabilities of a $5 Raspberry Pi Zero computer, as the bargain priced computer replicates the sounds and music of the iconic Doctor Who theme music. Remember when you needed a $1000 synthesizer to do this?

New ODROID dev board out-muscles a Raspberry Pi for just $5 more

There’s no denying that the Raspberry Pi is a great little dev board. For $5 more, though, Hardkernel’s new ODROID board provides a lot more computational muscle. The ODROID-C2 is their newest offering. […]

How To Add A Wi-Fi Board To A Raspberry Pi Zero

The Raspberry Pi Zero is a fantastically affordable single-board computer, but its (roughly) $20 price point means that it doesn’t pack quite as many connectivity options as some of its more powerful siblings, which come with Ethernet ports. More »      

5 Retro Gaming Projects with the Raspberry Pi Zero

The Raspberry Pi Zero, like its original forebear, has taken the DIY and homebrew world by storm, making it possible to revise old projects and inspiring newcomers and Pi veterans with a whole host of new ideas. Somewhat surprisingly,...Show More Summary

Code Craft: Cross Compiling for the Raspberry Pi

Sometimes there’s just no place like your desktop. You’ve already got your favorite development tools and references setup or installed and it’s a pain when you’re trying to work on an unfamiliar, or simply uncustomized, system. On your desktop everything is at your fingertips. Show More Summary

HR-OS1 with Jasper Installed

Youtube User panthallion has installed Jasper on his HR-OS1 (with Raspberry Pi), and it’s pretty cool. The age of robotic personal assistance is upon us. Jasper is an open source platform for developing voice-controlled applications, similar to Siri, OK Google, Cortana, and so on. In this case, Jasper is being used in conjunction with an […]

Guy Autotweets Comcast Whenever His Service Stinks

Many people have famously poor luck when trying to shout, however publicly, at Comcast customer service. So one user is taking what describes as a "passive aggressive" approach by programming his Raspberry Pi to automatically tweet every time his Internet service falls below an unacceptable speed (it's happened...

Monitor the Consistency of Your Broadband Speeds with a Raspberry Pi and IFTTT

We all know you can pop over to a site like Speedtest to check your internet speeds, but most of us only bother when there’s a perceivable problem. If you want to create an actual database of your speeds throughout the day, Make shows off a logging system that uses a Raspberry Pi and If This Then That. Read more...

Add a Tiny Wi-Fi Board to a Raspberry Pi Zero

The Raspberry Pi Zero is all about being small, so it makes sense that if you wanted to add Wi-Fi capabilities, you’d shrink it down as much as possible. Over on Node, they show you how to do just that. Read more...

Passive aggressive Raspberry Pi used to publicly shame Comcast

Yelling at a big company like Comcast when things aren't working isn't going to do you much good, so maybe passive aggression is the answer.

Cramming a Pi Zero into a USB Hub

We kinda feel bad posting all these awesome hacks you can do with a Raspberry Pi Zero when we know most of our audience here probably doesn’t have one due to the backlog of orders… but regardless — here’s another one you can try — if you have one anyway. Show More Summary

’70s Intercom Raspberry Pi Multi-room Audio Mod: Home Reautomation

Imgur member cpostier’s house has a Nutone 2090, a 1960s to 1970s home intercom system that doubles as a multi-room AM/FM radio. Cpostier wasn’t interested in its primary function, but he wanted to update the system’s…

Mongoose 2000 - A Raspberry Pi and Android Database System

From Dave's blog on Art and Programming: via Pawful One of our most ambitious projects: Mongoose 2000, is now up and running after 6 months of testing. This is a Raspberry Pi and Android tablet system to synchronise and store massesShow More Summary

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