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Alex Eames from Raspi.TV has done my job for me today: here’s a video interview with Albert “Winkleink” Hickey from this month’s Cambridge Raspberry Jam, and a demo of his simply outrageous Flappy Brain game, which is controlled using nothing but your brain. (And an EEG monitor, an Arduino and a Pi.) Albert says he … Continue reading →
No, it isn’t April 1. I have to admit: we’re┬ávery sceptical about the science behind this latest successful Raspberry Pi-powered Indiegogo, which is still at the concept stage; it’s an adorable idea, but backers should be aware that it’s not very likely to bear useable results. But enough people out there love their dogs enough … Continue reading →
We’ve only just spotted Mens Amplio, an Indiegogo project which met its target last month. It’s now being put together for the Burning Man festival, where it’ll be displayed in a couple of weeks. Mens Amplio is a fifteen-foot tall, Pi-controlled sculpture: a part-buried, giant human head made from an enormous mesh of steel. And … Continue reading →