• The Zero Terminal: a little all-in-one computer powered by Raspberry Pi Zero W

    The Zero Terminal is made using the new Raspberry Pi Zero W, some 3D printed parts, and an iPhone 5 slider keyboard. By using the sliding keyboard, one doesn’t need to build your own hinges/sliders. This also...

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  • Tivoli Squeezebox Radio: it looks so cute!

    If you are an audiophile enthusiast, I think you could really appreciate this project. The maker had a clear idea of what the radio should have been, he wanted something modern but with a classic stylish case....

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  • Raspberry Pi is the 3rd computer best-selling ever!

    With over 12.5 million boards sold in five years, Raspberry Pi is the third best-selling general purpose computer ever, behind Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows PCs, whose sales figures might be quite difficult for these tiny boards...

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  • 6 Axis Open Source Robotic Arm on Kickstarter

    A new 6 axis robotic arm has been created by the development team at Niryo based in Lille, France, which is both open source and can be powered by Arduino, Raspberry Pi and ROS. With 6 axis, you...

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  • Raspberry Pi motorized Skateboard

    If you live in town and you are looking for an electric vehicle for commuting,  you could choose a hybrid car, an electric bike or why not… an electric skateboard that zooms around town at 30kmph (19mph)!...

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  • Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?

    If you daily spend a lot of time in front of a mirror, I think you could appreciate this mirror’s features: Helps you pick clothes Record videos Voice or Smartphone controlled In my opinion the most exciting...

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  • BitScope Blade for multiple Raspberry Pi solutions

    Common problems when using single board computers like Raspberry Pi are how to power it reliably or how to mount it robustly. These problems become more challenging when peripherals and expansion hardware such as HATs and USB...

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  • Matrix Voice, Open-Source Voice Recognition Platform

      Enyone who wants to create projects or control projects by using voice recognition, may be interested in a new open source voice recognition platform called Matrix Voice, on Indiegono now. The voice recognition platform consists of...

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  • Robot Core: the ultimate control board

    The Robot Core is produced by Second Robotics and serves as an essential connecting piece between the often numerous motors and sensors of a robot and the main controller. Additionally, the Robot Core is designed to be...

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  • New Raspberry Pi Zero W!

    5 years ago the first Raspberry Pi board was launched on the market. Now they celebrate their birthday revealing a new variant of Raspberry Pi Zero with wireless LAN and Bluetooth: the Raspberry Pi Zero W precisely. Here’s...

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  • Linux 4.10: New Open Source Features

    Linux Kernel 4.10 introduces new features for the open source community. The one sentence overview would be lots of open-source graphics driver work (as always), the open-source NVIDIA driver is killing it with this release, Intel TBM3...

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  • Programmable Pi Arms for our kids on Kickstarter

    Mime Industries is running a crowdfunding campaign for MeArm Pi, a robotic arm powered by Raspberry Pi. The kit includes a Pi HAT that holds the joysticks for controlling the arm, and can also be controlled using...

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  • OpenScope, the Multi-function Programmable Hardware on Kickstarter

    Digilent made a Kickstarter campaign to introduce their  new open source multifunctional piece of programmable hardware which can be used to perform a number of different functions such as an Oscilloscope, a Function Generator, a Logic Analyser,...

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  • A DIY 3D Printing Filament Roller on Kickstarter

    How many times does your print stop for a filament error? Now with this Filament Roller you have the chance to avoid any filament problem in printing process. It helps you to detect stoppages, automatically pause your...

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  • Google Plans: AI on Raspberry Pi

    Google is intending to expand the dev tools available to makers using the Raspberry Pi microprocessor to power their projects this year — potentially offering software tools for face- and emotion-recognition, speech-to-text translation, natural language processing, sentiment analysis, predictive analytics and...

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  • Phone-Controlled Door Lock With a Raspberry Pi

    How many times you lose time looking for your home keys in front of the door? Are the keys in your wife’s bag? Lost in your car? Are you sure it never happened to you? …never say never!!...

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  • Super Mario would love it!

    Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition (a.k.a. Mini NES) was an instant hit. Released in 2016, it sold out in just some hours. Even months after the initial release, it’s difficult go get hold of it. There’s not official...

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  • Asus Tinker Board Vs Raspberry Pi

    The Raspberry Pi has a new rival, the more powerful but slightly pricier Asus Tinker Board. This is a powerful board highly compatible with current solution and peripherals available in the market and it combines low power consumption...

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