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Tackling climate change and helping the community

2 months 3 weeks ago

In today’s guest post, seventh-grade students Evan Callas, Will Ross, Tyler Fallon, and Kyle Fugate share their story of using the Raspberry Pi Oracle Weather Station in their Innovation Lab class, headed by Raspberry Pi Certified Educator Chris Aviles. United Nations Sustainable Goals The past couple of weeks in our Innovation Lab class, our teacher, […]

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Alex Bate

Invent new sounds with Google’s NSynth Super

2 months 3 weeks ago

Discover new sounds and explore the role of machine learning in music production and sound research with the NSynth Super, an ongoing project from Google’s Magenta research team that you can build at home. Google Open NSynth Super Testing Uploaded by AB Open on 2018-04-17. What is the NSynth Super? Part of the ongoing Magenta research project within […]

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Alex Bate

Announcing Coolest Projects North America

2 months 4 weeks ago

The Raspberry Pi Foundation loves to celebrate people who use technology to solve problems and express themselves creatively, so we’re proud to expand the incredibly successful event Coolest Projects to North America. This free event will be held on Sunday 23 September 2018 at the Discovery Cube Orange County in Santa Ana, California. What is Coolest […]

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Courtney Lentz

Colour sensing with a Raspberry Pi

2 months 4 weeks ago

In their latest video and tutorial, Electronic Hub shows you how to detect colour using a Raspberry Pi and a TCS3200 colour sensor. Raspberry Pi Color Sensor (TCS3200) Interface | Color Detector A simple Raspberry Pi based project using TCS3200 Color Sensor. The project demonstrates how to interface a Color Sensor (like TCS3200) with Raspberry […]

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Alex Bate

AIY Projects 2: Google’s AIY Projects Kits get an upgrade

3 months ago

After the outstanding success of their AIY Projects Voice and Vision Kits, Google has announced the release of upgraded kits, complete with Raspberry Pi Zero WH, Camera Module, and preloaded SD card. Google’s AIY Projects Kits Google launched the AIY Projects Voice Kit last year, first as a cover gift with The MagPi magazine and […]

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Alex Bate

More power to your Pi

3 months ago

It’s been just over three weeks since we launched the new Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+. Although the product is branded Raspberry Pi 3B+ and not Raspberry Pi 4, a serious amount of engineering was involved in creating it. The wireless networking, USB/Ethernet hub, on-board power supplies, and BCM2837 chip were all upgraded: together these […]

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James Adams

Artefacts in the classroom with Museum in a Box

3 months 1 week ago

Museum in a Box bridges the gap between museums and schools by creating a more hands-on approach to conservation education through 3D printing and digital making. Artefacts in the classroom with Museum in a Box || Raspberry Pi Stories Learn more: http://rpf.io/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://rpf.io/ytsub Help us reach a wider audience by […]

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Alex Bate

Community profile: Dave Akerman

3 months 1 week ago

This column is from The MagPi issue 61. You can download a PDF of the full issue for free, or subscribe to receive the print edition through your letterbox or the digital edition on your tablet. All proceeds from the print and digital editions help the Raspberry Pi Foundation achieve our charitable goals. The pinned […]

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Alex Bate

Safety first: a Raspberry Pi safety helmet

3 months 1 week ago

Jennifer Fox is back, this time with a Raspberry Pi Zero–controlled impact force monitor that will notify you if your collision is a worth a trip to the doctor. Make an Impact Force Monitor! Check out my latest Hacker in Residence project for SparkFun Electronics: the Helmet Guardian! It’s a Pi Zero powered impact force […]

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Alex Bate

Build a solar-powered nature camera for your garden

3 months 2 weeks ago

Spring has sprung, and with it, sleepy-eyed wildlife is beginning to roam our gardens and local woodlands. So why not follow hackster.io maker reichley’s tutorial and build your own solar-powered squirrelhouse nature cam? Inspiration “I live half a mile above sea level and am SURROUNDED by animals…bears, foxes, turkeys, deer, squirrels, birds”, reichley explains in his tutorial. […]

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Alex Bate

Here, have some videos!

3 months 2 weeks ago

Today is Easter Monday and as such, the drawbridge is up at Pi Towers. So while we spend time with family…too much chocolate…family and chocolate, here are some great Pi-themed videos from members of our community. Enjoy! Eggies live stream! Bluebird Birdhouse Raspberry Pi and NoIR camera installed in roof of Bluebird house with IR […]

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Alex Bate

An elephant being eaten by a snake: Easter eggs on your Pi

3 months 2 weeks ago

Grab your Raspberry Pi, everyone — we’re going on an Easter egg hunt, and all of you are invited! When they’re not chocolate, Easter eggs are hidden content in movies, games, DVD menus, and computers. So open a terminal window and try the following: 1. A little attitude Type aptitude moo into the terminal window and […]

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Alex Bate

Alex’s quick and easy digital making Easter egg hunt

3 months 2 weeks ago

Looking to incorporate some digital making into your Easter weekend? You’ve come to the right place! With a Raspberry Pi, a few wires, and some simple code, you can take your festivities to the next level — here’s how! If you logged in to watch our Instagram live-stream yesterday, you’ll have seen me put together […]

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Alex Bate