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One big problem with smart light bulbs is that the smarts are in the bulb.
This simple Raspberry Pi-Powered Linux laptop uses off-the-shelf parts, can be hooked up to a TV or monitor, and it fits in your pocket.
Whether you want to know how hot it is inside your pizza oven, your car, or somewhere else, you can gauge temperature remotely with Raspberry Pi.
Using the open source software OpenHAB, we’ll be building a Raspberry Pi touchscreen command center that can interface with over 150 different “smart home” products, and provide an interface for contro...
Constant drops and outages with your broadband connection can drive you to frustration, but you can use the Raspberry Pi, and a little bit of command line scripting to monitor it.
If you've ever wanted a way to create unique, randomly generated mazes, here's how to do it in OpenSCAD.
We're launching a new series of articles here at Make: about DIY virtual reality. First, I’ll be covering the basics of how you can build these worlds in Unity.
Create your very own full-size Star Wars BB-8 self-balancing robot using these instructions.
Learn how to build a rig and create a composite photograph that can be selectively lit after it has been taken.
Take advantage of these open source resources to set up voice control with Raspberry Pi and bark orders at your home appliances.
Create projection mapping special effects like the ones seen in art and advertisements, with moving video superimposed on a structure.
Learn how to pull realtime sensor data from a beehive to monitor its weight, temperature, and humidity over the internet.
Make a custom Raspberry Pi enclosure to store family memories right next to your tomatoes.
Keep tabs on your tabby with this Intel Edison-powered pet-toy camera trigger.
If you've ever thought about building a small computing cluster, for development, data crunching, or just for fun, this walkthrough shows you how using the Raspberry Pi. Four of them.
These speakers and their enclosures are very beginner friendly and are a great way to combine soldering and laser cutting.
Learn how to map a digital image to a physical object using Unity in order to create an augmented reality.
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