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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.
The first time Raspbian boots a configuration tool called raspi-config will appear. You’ll use this to make configuration changes to the Pi, and here's how.
Create a simple counting program using Python, an “interpreted language,” which means that you can write a program and directly execute it.
Internet radio is a great way to listen to stations from all around the world.
A kid's homework table lifts up to reveal a NASA-inspired mission control center. Follow along for help in building your own.
Shields are great for connecting external circuits to your microcontroller board. In this project, you'll learn to make your own custom shields for Arduino.
Learn how to remotely monitor your beer fridge on the web using a Raspberry Pi computer and a Nintendo Wii balance board.
The Raspberry Pi is a full Linux computer that’s about the size of a credit card and sells for $25–$35.
11520 LEDs driven by a Raspberry Pi with only three lines of data. A quest to build my own LED matrix display.
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