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The PiKon telescope is an open source, 3D printed, Raspberry Pi telescope supported by a growing community of amateur scientists.
Use the new Pi 3 to make a touchscreen photo booth that instantly uploads to Google Photos!
If your google calendar reminders aren't enough to get you to your meetings on times, then maybe flashing lights will.
You can disable a drone in the air with a Wi-Fi antenna made from a can and a little clever coding. After all, a drone is basically a flying computer.
An IV Swinger can be used to track the efficiency of solar panels. Learn how one maker made his own.
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.
You can be playing classic video games in an hour with this easy Raspberry Pi project.
What better way to celebrate the launch of the tiny, $5 Raspberry Pi Zero than to build a radio transmitter throwie from it.
Take advantage of these open source resources to set up voice control with Raspberry Pi and bark orders at your home appliances.
Make a custom Raspberry Pi enclosure to store family memories right next to your tomatoes.
You’ll be Wi-Fi enabling your Raspberry Pi 2 which allows you to use the internet without an Ethernet cable.
Download the files and learn the steps to build your own enclosure for a 6-node Raspberry Pi cluster.
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.
Create a very simple “cat in the box” program using Scratch, a visual programming language with drag-and-drop interface.
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