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Citizen science traffic monitoring with Raspberry Pi

Homes in Madrid, Dublin, Cardiff, Ljubljana, and Leuven are participating in the Citizens Observing UrbaN Transport (WeCount) project, a European Commission–funded research project investigating sustainable economic growth. 1,500 Raspberry Pi traffic sensors will be distributed to homes in the five cities to gather data on traffic conditions. Every hour, the devices will upload information to […]

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TechWiser’s giant Raspberry Pi AirPod speaker (and more)

YouTube is a haven for awesome Raspberry Pi projects, and we often spend time scanning through the platform’s wares for hidden gems. One such hidden gem is this video from TechWiser, in which they showcase some of their favourite Raspberry Pi projects: Cool Raspberry Pi 4 Projects We Use At TechWiser Here are some of […]

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Connect your Raspberry Pi 4 to an iPad Pro

Have you ever considered attaching your Raspberry Pi 4 to an Apple iPad Pro? How would you do it, and why would you want to? Here’s YouTuber Tech Craft to explain why Raspberry Pi 4 is their favourite iPad Pro accessory, and why you may want to consider using yours in the same way. We’ve […]

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Fake cases — make sure yours is the real deal

We’ve had some reports of people finding cases that pretend to be official Raspberry Pi products online — these are fakes, they’re violating our trademark, they’re not made very well, and they’re costing you and us money that would otherwise go to fund the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s charitable work. (Reminder, for those who are new […]

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Code a Boulder Dash mining game | Wireframe #30

Learn how to code a simple Boulder Dash homage in Python and Pygame. Mark Vanstone shows you how.  Boulder Dash Boulder Dash first appeared in 1984 for the Commodore 64, Apple II, and the Atari 400/800. It featured an energetic gem collector called Rockford who, thanks to some rather low-resolution graphics, looked a bit like […]

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Protect your veggies from hail with a Raspberry Pi Zero W

Tired of losing vegetable crops to frequent summertime hail storms, Nick Rogness decided to build something to protect them. And the result is brilliant! Digital Garden with hail protection Tired of getting your garden destroyed by hail storms? I was, so I did something about it…maker style! “I live in a part of the country […]

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Can algorithms be unethical?

At Raspberry Pi, we’re interested in all things to do with technology, from building new tools and helping people teach computing, to researching how young people learn to create with technology and thinking about the role tech plays in our lives and society. One of the aspects of technology I myself have been thinking about […]

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How to control multiple servo motors with Raspberry Pi

In the latest Explaining Computers video, Christopher Barnatt explains how to use servo motors with Raspberry Pi. Using servos is a great introduction to the digital making side of computing; servos allow you to control the movement of all manner of project components with your Raspberry Pi and a motor controller attached to its GPIO […]

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Playing The Doors with a door (and a Raspberry Pi)

Floyd Steinberg is back with more synthy Raspberry Pi musical magic, this time turning a door into a MIDI controller. I played The Doors on a door – using a Raspberry PI DIY midi controller and a Yamaha EX5 You see that door? You secretly want that to be a MIDI controller? Here’s how to […]

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Come to our free educator sessions next to Bett 2020

Are you attending Bett Show this year? Then come to our free educator sessions on Friday 24 January right next to Bett to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the show floor and learn something new! Our team will be in a private room below the Fox@ExCel pub, next door to Bett, […]

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