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Blogs about Raspberry Pi

Blogs about Raspberry Pi

  • Introducing the Raspberry Pi B+


    If you enjoy interfacing your Raspberry Pi with the real world there will have been times when you have wanted to have more inputs and outputs on the GPIO header, or a couple more USB ports for connecting peripherals. Well, the good news is that the folks at the Raspberry Pi Foundation have developed an enhanced version of the Raspberry Pi called the model B+


    • Video from OSHUG #34 — Teaching

      Andrew Back

      The May 2014 Open Source Hardware User Group meeting featured talks on experiences of using the LilyPad Arduino to teach basic electronics and coding, using the Raspberry Pi as an education tool, and MzTEK, a non-profit organisation that aims to redress the imbalance of women artists working in the fields of new media, computer arts, electronics and technology.


      • Video from OSHUG #33 — Radio #2

        Andrew Back

        The April 2014 Open Source Hardware User Group meeting featured a talk on a bold vision for a project that aims to increase understanding of personal networking, and on a toolkit that lets you build your own physical Internet radio.


        • Raspberry Pi Compute Module

          Pete Wood

          Sometimes what you need is a smaller slice of Raspberry Pi, because you just don't have the room for a bigger bit. This is where the new "Compute Pi"comes in! Perfectly baked to a recipe that will satisfy the hunger of many commercial and Industrial applications, this small compact module has the same key ingredients and performance as a regular Raspberry Pi, but is served up in a standard SODIMM package.