If, like us, you’ve been bingeflixing your way through Netflix’s new show, Lost in Space, you may have noticed a Raspberry Pi being used as futuristic space tech. This isn’t the first time a Pi has been used as a film or television prop. From Mr. Robot and Disney Pixar’s Big Hero 6 to Mr. Robot, … Continue reading →
Honolulu-based software developer bbtinkerer was tired of never being able to find the TV remote. So he made his own using a Raspberry Pi Zero, and connected it to a web app accessible on his smartphone. Finding a remote alternative “I needed one because the remote in my house tends to go missing a lot,” … Continue reading →
For Christmas 1982 my brothers and I got our first games console (an Intellivision as it happens. Yes reader, we were that family) and it was truly, mind-blowingly amazing. In fact, it was like magic. And that was the problem–it was like magic. No one had a clue how even their Grandstand Entertainment System (aka … Continue reading →
The Raspberry Pi has been nominated for a T3 Gadget Award, in the innovation of the year category. We’d love it if you could spend a minute voting for us. We are up against a £6690 electric quad bike/tortoise hybrid with rentable batteries and a Nike wristband that uses blinky lights to make you feel guilty … Continue reading →