Developing a display reader for raspberry pi
Connecting a headless Raspberry Pi to a wireless network can be quite a paradoxical situation. To connect it to the network, you need to open an SSH connection to configure the wireless port. But to do so, you need a network connection in the first place. Show More Summary
It is easy to imagine how early man started using rocks and then eventually developed better and better tools until they created the hammer. Some simple tools took a little longer to invent. The spirit level, for example, didn’t exist until sometime in the last half of the 1600’s. The idea is simple. Show More Summary
To date, Android support for the Raspberry Pi has been very limited, but official support from Google may be on the way. Here's why that's important for the $35 computer.
Google may bring Android to the Raspberry Pi 3, vastly expanding the range and capability of the diminutive device. The latest version of the RBP is significantly more powerful than earlier products -- within range of a lower-end smartphone.
As with all things Raspberry Pi, something as simple as taking a screenshot takes some figuring out.
Running Android on $35 Raspberry Pi 3 computers might soon happen, and not because a clever developer managed to come up with an Android build for the ultra-affordable computer. It’s Google that’s actively looking into turning Raspberry...Show More Summary
Raspberry Pi clusters are a dime a dozen these days. Well, maybe more like £250 for a five-Pi cluster. Anyway, this project is a bit different. It’s exquisitely documented. [Nick Smith] built a 5-node Pi 3 cluster from scratch, laser-cutting his own acrylic case and tearing down a small network switch to include in the design. Show More Summary
The Raspberry Pi line of products are supported by a wide selection of operating systems, including Windows, but now Google could add another option to the list — Android. As covered by ArsTechnica, a new device tree has been spotted in Google's Android Open Source Project (AOSP) repository for the Raspberry Pi 3. Show More Summary
Google's Android source repository gets a new device tree especially for the Pi 3.
There's an entry in Google's Android Open Source Project page for the device.
Tiny 'puters find a niche in virtual desktops Citrix has unveiled a desktop thin client based on the Raspberry Pi microcomputer.…
Retro gaming is surprisingly popular. Like a penchant for classic rock music and 80s TV, it is a nostalgia that we can attribute to the longevity of recorded media, and like old music and TV, retro gaming has been given a good shot in the arm by digital technology. Show More Summary
It is likely that many of us will at some time have experimented with motion detectors. Our Arduinos, Raspberry Pis, Beaglebones or whatever will have been hooked up to ultrasonic or PIR boards which will have been queried for theirShow More Summary
Don't want to mess around with the less capable Minecraft Pi? Here's a workaround to get the real deal on your Pi.
YouTuber Charles Mangin is a big fan of Apple’s classic computers, even the apocalypse in a box known as the Apple III. Last year, Charles designed a Raspberry Pi case based on the disastrous PC. It…
[Mr. Name Required] pointed us to a great video on the modeling of a replica Apple /// to the small scale needed to contain a Raspberry Pi by [Charles Mangin]. [Mr. Name] pointed out that the video was a great example of the use of reference photos for modeling. Show More Summary
The Raspberry Pi 3 comes with Bluetooth 4.1, but it doesn't work out of the box. Here's how to get Bluetooth up and running on the latest Raspberry Pi.