• Home Power Usage Monitoring System

    This useful project created by Hackster.io member Jorge uses uses a Raspberry Pi Zero W together with a Pimoroni Micro Dot Hat and EAGLE-200 Energy Gateway, which in this instance communicates with the utility metre owned by the power company....

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  • Leguino Educational Hacker Kit on Kickstarter

    A Belfast based startup called Leguino has launched a Kickstarter project for a Leguino robotics and hacking kit designed to integrate with existing Lego parts. The kit provides a variety of add-on sensors, motors, and other gizmos...

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  • Voice-Controlled Magnification Glasses

    Using a Raspberry Pi Zero the maker and developer Mauro Pichiliani has created a very unique pair of magnification glasses that can be controlled using your voice. The voice-controlled magnification glasses have been designed to flip up...

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  • DIY a Cool 3D Printed Weather/Matrix Lamp

    If you are searching for an accurate and cool weather station, I have what you need! The lamp, which integrates an LED matrix controlled by a Raspberry Pi, is programmed to show the temperature through a vertical...

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  • Raspberry Pi Zero Drives a Remote Controlled Truck!

    Raspberry Pi enthusiasts may be interested in a new mini robot created by Omkar Joglekar. A Raspberry Pi Zero has been used to create a tiny remote controlled truck. Omkar has used a wireless dongle to add connectivity to...

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  • DIY a Raspberry Pi Clock and Temperature Monitor

    Raspberry Pi enthusiasts searching for a quick project to keep them busy this weekend may be interested in the new Raspberry Pi Zero clock and temperature gauge which has been created by Hackster.io member Jeremiah Mattison. He has Kindly...

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  • New Raspberry Pi Zero WH Launched with Pre-Soldered Headers

    The Raspberry Pi foundation has now launched a new model called Raspberry Pi Zero WH. What does ‘H’ mean? H means the 40-pin header is soldered. It can be more convenient for people who don’t own a soldering iron,...

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  • OctoPrint and a Pi ZeroW is all You Need to Upgrade your 3D Printer!

    OctoPrint is an open source software created and maintained by Gina Häußge. It offers a web interface so users can control and monitor their 3D printers from anywhere, any time, from within their browser. It basically turns...

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  • Google AIY Vision Kit: turn your Rpi into an image-recognition device

    Google has launched the AIY (AI yourself) Vision Kit that lets you turn Raspberry Pi equipment into an image-recognition device. The vision kit is powered by Google’s TensorFlow machine-learning models and will soon gain an accompanying Android...

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  • DIY Raspberry Pi or Arduino Tank and Play Laser Tag!

    Inspired by the game War Thunder, this maker programmed much more into the set of rules than a simple “tag, you’re out” match. Each tank has four sensors around the body. These sensors relate to crew members and...

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  • PiCorder, the Raspberry Pi CamCorder

    Thanks to the miniature dimensions, you can use the Raspberry Pi Zero to build a tiny camcorder. Devised by Wayne Keenan, the PiCorder uses a Pimoroni HyperPixel screen, Pi Zero camera module, and Zero LiPo plus LiPo...

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  • Original Prusa i3 MK3: the Smartest 3D Printer!

    Prusa Research releases the new, fully improved, Original Prusa i3 MK3 3D printer. The new features offered by the MK3 are largely to help extend its usability, and encourage 3D printer adoption by casual users. Developed in...

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  • How To Convert Your Raspberry Pi to a Smart Remote Control

    The Anavi Infrared pHAT is designed for creating IR-controller IoT devices, or retrofitting existing consumer electronic equipment or appliances such as air conditioners to be controlled with a standard TV remote control. Since the add-on board provides...

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  • DIY a Raspberry Pi Emulator in a Small SNES Cartridge

    Inspired by a Raspberry Pi emulator that was built into a NES cartridge, the folks at GroupGets decided to take it a step furthur and stuff their build into a smaller SNES cartridge. After milling away excess plastic inside of the cart...

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  • AutoPi, The Open Source Platform to “Improve” Your Car

    A Danish startup called AutoPi.io has gone to Kickstarter to launch a Raspberry Pi Zero W based AutoPi dongle that plugs into the same OBD-II port that automotive repair people use to run diagnostics and tap other...

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  • ReSpeaker 4-Mic Array: Voice Detection and Directional Capabilities for Raspberry Pi

    There are an increasing number of software solutions available for adding voice agent technology to the Raspberry Pi, including Alexa agent (Amazon Echo) or the Google Assist technology. Yet, typical microphone add-on boards are often not up to...

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  • How to Reinvent a 3D Printed Polaroid Camera

    Have you ever wanted to print an animated image? Now Abhishek Singh made it (almost) possible. Inspired by the Polaroid OneStep camera (the SX-70, specifically), Abhishek’s version is called an Instagif and looks almost exactly the same, but...

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  • Noodle Pi – The Complete Linux Handheld/Wearable Computer

    Noodle Pi, the first modern GNU/Linux handheld/wearable computer, is now in its final week on Kickstarter, having already raised over 900% of its initial funding goal.   Noodle Pi features a high resolution 3.5 inch 270 PPI...

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