Here’s one for the classic car enthusiasts and audiophiles in the room. Matthew Leigh (Managing Director of Infomagnet by day, skilled maker by night) took the aged cassette deck from an old Ferrari, and brought it into 2017 with the help of a Raspberry Pi. He used a HiFiBerry DAC alongside a Raspberry Pi 3 to... Continue reading
Meet Benjamin, a trainee air traffic controller from the south-east of France. Benjamin was bored of the simple radio setup in his Peugeot 207. Instead of investing in a new system, he decided to build a carputer using a Raspberry Pi. He started with a Raspberry Pi 3. As the build would require wireless connectivity to allow... Continue reading
We are firm believers in the idea that computing starts to get really interesting – interesting enough to suck in people who have never programmed before – when you begin interfacing software with real things made out of atoms. That’s why there are GPIO pins on the Pi (another reason you should never tread on... Continue reading