8Bitdo’s new SN30 Pro (SNES colors) and SF30 Pro (Super Famicom colors) wireless gamepads work with a variety of gaming systems, including the Nintendo Switch, the Raspberry Pi and PCs. It has two analog sticks, four shoulder buttons, a screenshot button and more.
Google's official kit lets anyone with a Raspberry Pi build a smart speaker.
Is your Raspberry Pi secure? Of course it is. But is it really secure? Is the data on it safe? Can the project be subverted against you? Now you’re thinking. We’ve previously looked at the steps you should take to keep your Raspberry...Show More Summary
Gaming on the Raspberry Pi is surprisingly multi-faceted, with a number of classic titles able to be run natively on the little British computer. But what if you wanted something more impressive, yet game-related, from the device? Well,...Show More Summary
All-in-one Autopilot with RaspberryPi Compute Module 3. We want to bring Pixhawk and Raspberry Pi developer community together to move drone technology to next level. Droneepilot comes with built in all the necessary sensors/modules to build a drone. GPS, Next Gen Airspeed…
The Raspberry Pi is a credit card sized Linux computer that costs about $30 (some versions are only $10). Because they are cheap, tiny, and versatile, they are an excellent basis for lots of different projects. Creative Projects with...Show More Summary
Here is a selection of single board computers for homebrew projects and automation, with prices starting at only $5.
Have you ever wanted to print an animated image? Well now you (almost) can. A maker named Abhishek Singh has created an instant camera that outputs a little box that contains a Raspberry Pi connect to a PiTFT screen. When you take aShow More Summary
Dive into the world of microcomputers with the Raspberry Pi 3 Kit and Mastery Bundle. For $179 you get your own Raspberry Pi 3 board, a PiCar-V Kit, and access to 7 courses focused on learning what Raspberry Pi is capable of helping you accomplish. Show More Summary
While most children’s toys get discarded with age, Hasbro’s Nerf Blaster has stood the test of time. The line of plastic firearms—now boasting 14 models—remains popular among adults who grew up playing with […] The post Raspberry Pi-Powered Nerf Blaster Can ID Its Target’s Face appeared first on Geek.com.
The Raspberry Pi 3 can do almost everything a standard desktop can do, just for a fraction of the cost — as well as plenty of things that you would never expect out of a laptop. It offers an extremely open-ended platform for interacting with countless physical and digital things, and is a great way to explore electronics and computer science. Show More Summary
Laptops don’t last forever, but the screens inside them usually do. Even if the main computer is broken, you can extract the display panel, and reuse it. In today’s project, we’ll be turning an old laptop and a Raspberry Pi into a magic mirror. Show More Summary
Need a smart TV but don’t have the budget? While there’s a good chance that you already own hardware that can make your TV “smart”, one low-budget piece of kit can make all the difference. Yes, it’s the Raspberry Pi. Although it has some limitations, the Pi can be used to make your TV smart. Show More Summary
When you need to quantify the color of an object, you’ve got quite a few options. You can throw a Raspberry Pi camera and OpenCV at the problem and approach it through software, or you can buy an off-the-shelf RGB sensor and wire it up to an Arduino. Show More Summary
Life is good if you are a couch potato music enthusiast. Bluetooth audio allows the playing of all your music from your smartphone, and apps to control your hi-fi give you complete control over your listening experience. Not quite so for [Daniel Landau] though. Show More Summary
[Asa Wilson] and his wife picked up a 10’x12? greenhouse from Harbor Freight that for their location required some serious changes, understandable since they’re in Colorado on the western slope of Pike’s Peak where the winds are strong and the normal growing season is short. Show More Summary
The Raspberry Pi is probably the biggest success in British computing, at least since the 1980s. Back then, Sir Clive Sinclair’s ZX Spectrum computers ruled the roost, before being bought up by Sir Alan Sugar’s Amstrad. But beyond the headlines of silicon-based power struggles and overpriced electronics, the U.K. Show More Summary
Interested in learning more about all the professional and personal possibilities Raspberry Pi can create in your life? The Raspberry Pi Mastery Bundle will teach you how this low-cost computer hardware is surprisingly versatile and capable.…
Gareth’s son wants a laptop, but he might end up spending too much time playing games. If he got a Raspberry Pi would he learn more about computing? I just read your helpful article about laptops for children from November 2015. My eight-year-old is badgering us for a laptop. Show More Summary