Pocket sized computers such as the Raspberry Pi have transformed DIY computing over the years. Here in 2017, the IoT juggernaut is gathering pace and is taking things to another level as the next generation of potential development platforms arrives. Show More Summary
The Raspberry Pi is the perfect candidate for Google’s AIY where you can talk to a cardboard box with some electronics in it. [BuddyCasino] took on the challenge of squeezing an Alexa Client in an ESP32 and to make things interesting,...Show More Summary
Bought a Raspberry Pi kit recently and imagined what to do next? Well, don't worry; here in this article, I will let you how to program a Raspberry Pi. If you are excited about your Raspberry Pi but have not written a single line of code before, don't worry. Show More Summary
Ever wanted your own robot that you could build and program? Meet the Raspberry Pi robot. Put it together any way you want then tell him what to do!
It can be used as a media center, the brain of a robot, as a web server, even a digital picture frame. The little Raspberry Pi appears to know very few limits… you can even run old Windows games on it without emulation! Setting up a Raspberry Pi opens a gateway to an exciting world of compact, portable computing. Show More Summary
In my previous post, I've written about using Raspberry Pi running Windows 10 IoT Core for Text-To-Speech services for my smart home. As I've mentioned in that post, I have speakers in two floors wired to an amplifier, connected to a Raspberry Pi. Show More Summary
Microsoft's Windows 10 runs on everything from powerful desktop gaming PCs to laptops to the Raspberry Pi. And later this fall there's going to be a new edition with better support for power users running server-grade PCs. The new OS,...Show More Summary
With Chromecast-like audio, fully open-source VoltaStream Zero arrives in Raspberry Pi Zero form.
It’s hard to ignore Mono these days, and like many I have played around with it using Xamarin Developer. However, my excitement grew when I noticed that Mono now supports the Hardware Floating Point of the Raspberry Pi, meaning that I can now write/re-use C# code on my collection of Raspberry
The Raspberry Pi is already a fairly tiny piece of hardware, but with some tinkering, it's possible to go even smaller. Modder NODE, who's hacked a few Pis in his time, has a new project doing the rounds -- a fully-functional Raspberry Pi 3 that's a mere 7mm thick. More »
The Raspberry Pi Zero is a beautiful piece of hardware, fitting an entire Linux computer into a package the size of a pack of gum (don’t chew it, though). However, this size comes with limited IO options, which can be a complication for some projects. Show More Summary
The Raspberry Pi changed DIY computing completely. In the years since its release, the pocket sized computer has proved to be the multi-tool of DIY software and hardware crossover development. We have covered it extensively, with beginner guides for people new to the board, along with projects to tackle to put your Pi to use. Show More Summary
[Ricardo Ferro] didn’t want to buy a Google Glass, so he made his own. The Raspberry Pi Zero Prism consists of a 3D-printed headset the side-pieces of which hold a variety of electronic components, including a Pi Zero running Raspbian Jessie, a Pi Noir IR camera, a WiFi/Bluetooth module and a whole mess of SMD tactile push buttons. Show More Summary
It’s always great to see people who haven’t had the opportunity to work with hardware like the Raspberry Pi before come up with a great project and have fun putting it together. [Katja]’s company has a two-day hackfest where employees can work on some cool non-work-related projects. Show More Summary
Wearable tech hasn’t exactly come a long way, at least not in the departments we’ve wanted it to. That’s why one author at The Verge took it upon himself to create something he […] The post This Wearable Computer Was Made Quite Simply With A Raspberry Pi appeared first on Geek.com.
Here is a selection of single board computers for homebrew projects and automation, with prices starting at only $5.
If you've not explored the wealth of operating systems available for the Raspberry Pi then you're really doing yourself - and your board - disservice. Here are six of the best Raspberry Pi operating systems available, with their individual strengths outlined.
It isn’t just for DIY projects. You can use it as a desktop computer, or send it into space. It’ll run as an inspiring digital picture frame, and put your old style, non-network printer onto your home network. In short, the Raspberry Pi is incredibly useful and versatile. Show More Summary
One of the best features I’ve found in using Windows 10 IoT Core on my home Raspberry Pi (which is a small, inexpensive piece of hardware) is, it can do voice synthesis very well (i.e. it can “speak”). While Windows developers couldShow More Summary
This tutorial enables you to power your Raspberry PI II / B+ / ZERO/ 3 from any power sources that supplies voltage between 6.5V up to 20V and current >1A. Related Stories Monitor Type 1 Diabetes With xDrip Bridge and Improve...Show More Summary