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I’ve been waiting for…ooh, just over a year, for someone to do this. Recantha, an old hand here in the comments and on the forums, has built a tricorder. There surely can’t be anyone here without a passing familiarity with Star Trek, but just in case: the tricorder is a made-up thing used by the … Continue reading →
I haven’t even put my tree up yet, but lots of you have been very busy with the Christmas decorations and your Raspberry Pis. Here are some projects you’ve still got time to emulate before Santa comes. ConsiderIT.co.uk take the whole Internet of Things idea seriously, and have wired up their office with a positive welter … Continue reading →
We’re on the hunt for guest posts for a couple of weeks in November. See this post for more details on how to contribute. There seem to be a lot of Raspberry Pi + pumpkin projects around at the moment. Can’t think why. There’s non-pumpkin spooky activity out there too. I love this: it’s a … Continue reading →
In keeping with our educational mission, here’s a post about beer. There seems to be a surprising overlap (perhaps it’s not so surprising) between the maker/hacker community and the home brew community. We are aware of a few small commercial breweries who are already using Raspberry Pis to drive automation of things like pressure and … Continue reading →
We’ve been a bit sad to see some people who are very passionate about the Arduino community coming down quite hard on the Raspberry Pi project as the Big Bad, suggesting that we’re trying to encroach on Arduino’s territory and offering unfair competition. It’s really not the case; we think Arduino is a marvellous thing, … Continue reading →