Developed by the Raspberry Pi foundation, the latest Raspberry Pi computer features a powerful quad core ARM Cortex processor, including integrated wireless LAN and Bluetooth, USB and HDMI ports. Easily accessible GPIO pinouts open up the platform to a whole host of impressive add-ons boards. All of this is packed onto a single PCB no bigger than a credit card. Explore the many varied and exciting possibilities of this fantastic single board computer today.
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Nocturnal Wildlife Watching with Pi NoIRUsing the new Raspberry Pi camera for time-lapse photography of creatures that move in the night.
A Raspberry Pi-powered Radio 4 applianceUsing a Raspberry Pi to build an Internet radio that only receives BBC Radio 4.
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Raspbian Jessie Lite on a New Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3Those industrious folks at the Raspberry Pi Foundation have been hard at it, developing the next generation of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module called the Compute Module 3, or CM3 for short. “What can we expect from this next gen Compute Module?”
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Excellent step by step tutorial. I watched the DockerPi NightLight Board Tutorial video on YouTube (https://youtu.be/KI7cQQLffG0) but it was very comprehensive but quite slow. I hope to laser etch my own...
Thank you very much! Nice Tutorial. It inspired me to get a label printer n the first place.
As of now (and in Austria) the QL-800 is more readily available so i went with that one and the tutorial...
Yes it is the same HAT for both Pi’s. Raspberry Pi is cool that way, they don’t make hardware obsolete when introducing new models.
@BradLevy the adafruit camera you recommended looks great! I like the manual zoom function.
Thank you for the suggestion.
@BradLevy Thank you for your reply. I will have a look at those recommendations. We can lower the 300mm working height but not much as space is needed to get your hands under the camera to position the...
Setting up the Raspberry Pi Zero W and using it with a DVB TV Hat to stream TV stations around the house.
This article showcases five new Pmods manufactured by Digilent, including the GPS, LS1, ACL2, SWT, and KYPD.
This article demonstrates how to use the Pmod LS1 with a Raspberry Pi 4 and Pi-HAT. LS1 enables users to receive signals from multiple optical sensors, such as the popular combination of IR LED with an IR sensor for line-following robots.
Get started with the Pmod KYPD 16-button keypad and a Raspberry Pi 4 with Pi-HAT.
This article demonstrates how to use the Pmod SWT, providing users with 4 slide switches, with a Raspberry Pi 4 and Pi-HAT.
This article shows you how to use the Pmod ACL2 MEMS accelerometer with Raspberry Pi 4 and Pi-HAT.
This article shows you how to get started with the new GPS Pmod, Raspberry Pi 4 and Pi-HAT.
In this article, you will learn how to collect the measurement data through Analog Discovery 2 and then store them on the ThinkSpeak cloud, using Raspberry Pi 4.
Machine learning can be used to help show if there are bats roosting in old buildings that are due for demolition. The Raspberry Pi 4, with 4Gb of RAM, proved to be up to the job, presenting the data as a bar-chart in near real-time.