• 8BitRobots is a Raspberry Pi Module for Generic Robotic Brain

    Software engineer Tim Wilkinson has made the process of constructing robots easier with his 8BitRobots module — a standard hardware and software platform that works with basic robot functions. The 8BitRobots Modules are made up of a few components,...

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  • Pipod: Raspberry Pi Zero Portable Music Player

    The PiPod is an open source portable music player based on the $5 Raspberry Pi Zero. It uses this affordable single-board computer to run Linux-based software including VLC (which handles media playback) and a custom user interface...

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  • Solar Boost Bag: the Portable Solar Charger You Might Need

    If you would like to add a solar panel to your favourite backpack or bag you may be interested in a new tutorial published to the Adafruit website detailing how you can boost the power from a...

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  • WarPI: Raspberry Pi Zero Powered Scientific Calculator

    Do I build it, or do I buy it? Starting from this paralyzing doubt, the maker Andrea Cavalli had no choice but to build it, of course! Thanks to a Raspberry Pi Zero, a 3d Printed case and...

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  • Nanomesher Introduces 3 Out-of-the-Box Kits Perfect for Your Pi

    The engineers and programmers at Nanomesher want to push the boundaries of what we can do with single board computers, and they want to encourage everyone to come into the hobby. Their current Kickstarter campaign is introducing a weather station, a...

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  • 3D Printed TaskCam Requests for Pictures!

    Cultural probes aim to elicit unique responses by asking people to respond to a question, many times in the form of a photograph. The most basic type in this series of cameras is known as the TaskCam, which...

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  • How To Build a Retro Video Game Console

    Few days ago pcmag.com has published a complete guide to build yourself a (raspberry pi) retro video game console for less than $100. In this guide you can quickly see how to use an inexpensive Raspberry Pi...

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  • Inspired by Google-Glass, Delhi boy invents device for hearing impaired

    Inspired by the famous, but very expensive, Google Glass, the maker Madhav is in the process of developing low-cost “hearing glasses” or what he calls ‘Transcribe,’ which will allow people who are hearing impaired, to see the...

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  • DIY an Arduino Black Box for Your Car

    Monitoring driving habits can be interesting, but make your own telematics box, giving you total control over how data is collected and used, could be better! That’s just what maker TheForeignMan did, using an Arduino Mega to take in...

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  • GamePi 2: the Handheld Raspberry Pi 3 Games Console

    Raspberry Pi enthusiast and gamer Max Mustermann has released a second version of his games console: the GamePi 2. The new handheld console is now equipped with dual joysticks together with a few tweaks to the speaker...

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  • Plastic Player2: the Open Source Music Controller

    Plastic Player 2 is an open-source analog interface for digital music. It merges the benefits of digital music streaming with the tactile appeal of physical media. The heart of Plastic Player 2 is a Raspberry Pi running...

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  • ZeroTier Edge: Connect All the Things!

    The ZeroTier Edge is a box that gives you physical (wired and Wi-Fi) ports that allow you to plug things into your imaginary networks. It is a pre-configured plug-and-play bridge with centralized management capability that ZeroTier supports...

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  • Pip: Invent, Tinker and Make With Real Code and Hardware!

    A new Kickstarter project called Pip appears to be an interesting “game” for every child hacker. It has that familiar Switch form factor, with a touchscreen in the middle and detachable controllers on the sides, but inside...

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  • FruitNanny Watchs Over Your Baby

    While parents of 30 years ago had to settle for audio-only baby monitors, if you take a trip down the baby aisle at your favorite big-box store today, you’ll find that the technology has advanced significantly. Not...

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  • Do you need a pretty nifty synth instrument? OKAY, I got what you need

    Okay is a nifty synth instrument made entirely from 3D printed parts which were designed in OpenSCAD and printed on the maker’s Prusa i3 MK2 3D printer. “With a name like ‘OKAY’ you might guess that functionality...

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  • A Nice and “Hungry” Raspberry Pi Case

    Making a 3D printed Raspberry Pi enclosure stand out is a challenge, given the thousands of options that exist online, but this Pac-Man is something special. The case can be opened thanks to a hinge on the...

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