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We make tiny computers from $5. We help people create things with digital tech. We're a non-profit.
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Join our official Google+ community for projects, tutorials, troubleshooting, news and discussion. New posts from Raspberry Pi every week day, and much more from others in our community.
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Build your own scaled-down version of the NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover using a Raspberry Pi and the complete guide from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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Beguilingly strange Pi camera build that produces unreliable cartoons of what it thinks the camera can see, using a pre-trained machine-learning model and Google's massive "Quick, Draw!" database of doodles. Code, wiring diagrams, and advice are all available on GitHub.

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Grab a Raspberry Pi and take to the streets on this speed- and distance-tracking skateboard created by Howest student Pieter Thomas.

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Behind-the-scenes photo of Tom Hardy filming Venom, co-starring A LOT of Raspberry Pis.

(credit: JimJimmyJimJimJimJim on Reddit and Marc Scott on Raspberry Pi Foundation's Slack)

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This week, the ten winning Astro Pi Mission Space Lab teams got to take part in a video conference with ESA Astronaut Tim Peake!

Watch the call and see who won in today's blog post.

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Follow our simple guide for using a hot glue gun and ice cube moulds to create your own custom LEDs - the perfect addition to your next Raspberry Pi project.

(We take no responsibility for inevitable hot glue burns!)

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Use your maker skills to fill in the blanks and build your own motion-tracking eye in a jar like this freaky project from Lukas Stratmann.

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Here's issue 8 of HackSpace magazine. This month, there's a machine learning project with better habits than your family, glass-blowing, science busking, and why we less-than-three Arduino. As ever, it's available as a free PDF.

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Grab a Raspberry Pi and start your journey into the world of Raspberry Pi robot buggies and Pi-powered robot competitions with our handy guide.

Have you built one already? Share your robots with pride - we want to see what you're making!
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