The new Maker Channel recently added by IFTTT means the services is suddenly accessible, and useable, from the Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Read more on MAKE The post IFTTT Adds a Channel for Makers appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
All laptops have a working keyboard and mouse built into them, the only problem is that you can’t use these tools on other computers that don’t have them. At least, until now. [Peter] has created the KeyMouSerial in order to use hisShow More Summary
Looking to monitor the temperature and humidity in your house? Instructables user wpnsmith shows off how to build a monitoring system with a Raspberry Pi. Read more...
Check out those awesome pictures of a real-life Fallout Pip-Boy 3000 that was made by a fan of the series using a Raspberry Pi system. Not only does the thing look incredibly cool, it’s also fully functional! [THEMCV] The post Fallout Fan Makes Fully Functional Pip-Boy 3000a [Picture Gallery + Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
There’s no end to the purposes you can put a Raspberry Pi to. Here’s ten of our favourite projects for the popular and tiny computer. More »
Make a custom Raspberry Pi enclosure to store family memories right next to your tomatoes. Read more on MAKE The post Preserve Data in a Mason Jar Using Raspberry Pi appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
Raspberry Pi users recently revealed the new Official Raspberry case which is now available for £6 at select retailers. It came several years late and several third part Raspberry Pi covers are... Read full original article at New Raspberry Pi Official Case ©2015 QuickOnlineTips. Show More Summary
Whether you want to keep an eye on devices on your home network or wish to monitor the performance of your website, the open source Nagios monitoring tool should be your first port of call. Although you’ll need a Linux box, the Nagios software is quick to install and straightforward to configure. Show More Summary
For three years, makers have hacked together some terrific and janky DIY Raspberry Pi cases (like these). Finally, Ebon Upton and the Raspberry Pi Foundation have produced their own official Raspberry Pi case. Read the rest
You have a ton of options for accessing your computer’s music library from your stereo, but most require a bit of technical know-how to actually use. You can build a jukebox with a Raspberry Pi, a tiny micro-computer, that anyone can use, even if they don’t know what a Raspberry Pi is. Read more...
Arduino and Raspberry Pi are inexpensive gizmos destined for the use of developers. Those who belong to the DIY community usually recommend these two gadgets considering their great price tag and their specs. However, this article will reveal other fine points that should be take into account when it comes to these two gizmos. Show More Summary
The Raspberry Pi continues to be a game-charger. The tiny device burst onto the scene in 2012 as an ultra-affordable PC-on-a-card that could be used by anyone to serve as the brains of all sorts of gadgets. No longer was the task ofShow More Summary
Three years later, but this Raspberry Pi 2 and Model B+ case is rather nice.
You’ve never been short on ideas for Raspberry Pi cases, but now there’s an official created by the Raspberry Pi Foundation itself. It’s a solid looking case that’ll only cost you about $9. Read more...
Raspberry has finally launched an official case for the Raspberry Pi, with the dual-tome case now on sale for just $8.
There’s been a healthy trade in Raspberry Pi accessories every since the pint-sized PC first arrived on the scene, but now you can get your hands on an official enclosure for your beloved board. The Official Raspberry Pi Case was designed with protecting the Raspberry Pi 2 in mind. Show More Summary
If you love your little Raspberry Pi computer dearly, you can now provide it with a little more protection using this official case for the device. And the good news is that it only costs $8. Read more...
Official case revealed, complete with removable lid, and year-long plastic hassle The Raspberry Pi Foundation has revealed a new piece of hardware: the official Rasbperry Pi case.…
If you’re familiar with the Raspberry Pi series of computers, basically you know how small they are. Now given how “open” the design is, it isn’t surprising that many have tried to come up with cases to cover the components from being exposed to dust and the elements, but if you’re wondering why there isn’t an official case, wonder no more. Show More Summary
Ever since the Raspberry Pi went on sale, people have been whipping up amazing little cases for them. Now, three years after the Model A was born, they’re finally making an official case. […]