Profile

Cover photo
19,640 followers|6,149,849 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTube

Stream

RaspberryPi Spy

Shared publicly  - 
 
The MagPi Issue 48 is out!
Create Internet of Things devices with Windows 10 IoT Core in the August edition of the official Raspberry Pi magazine
19
1
Matthias Burkhardt (Buggi)'s profile photoHans Otten's profile photoPaulo Silva's profile photoRob Ng's profile photo
4 comments
Rob Ng
 
Add a comment...

RaspberryPi Spy

Shared publicly  - 
 
New product from RasPi.TV. A 12 inch ruler with GPIO header and "GPIO Zero" code reference. #raspberrypi
7
2
Add a comment...

RaspberryPi Spy

Shared publicly  - 
 
RasPi.TV have launched another Kickstarter campaign. This time it's an analogue input board that is a perfect fit for the PiZero. #PiZero #Kickstarter
Read analog sensors with GPIO Zero. Make a weather station/ voltmeter/ digital thermometer. Fits any Raspberry Pi. Perfect for the Zero
28
4
Add a comment...

RaspberryPi Spy

Shared publicly  - 
 
An interesting USB device that can simulate the Pi's GPIO on a PC. This lets you play with add-on boards without having to use a Raspberry Pi. Ryan is a popular member of the Pi community and has a proven track record for delivering. #RaspberryPi
An easy way to be able to add a Raspberry Pi GPIO Header to your desktop computer or laptop.
41
7
Rob Czepil's profile photo
 
This could make prototyping a lot easier
Add a comment...

RaspberryPi Spy

Shared publicly  - 
 
Top 5 Raspberry Pi 3 Project ideas from RS Components. #MyRPi
14
5
Mark Price's profile photo
 
Nice! Brain waves into music!?!? Freaking awesome!
Add a comment...

RaspberryPi Spy

Shared publicly  - 
 
I had a quick go using the BBC Micro:bit with a Raspberry Pi. #bbcmicrobit #RaspberryPi
18
3
Add a comment...

RaspberryPi Spy

Shared publicly  - 
 
We have been playing with a Kano kit thanks to Kano. Here's how it has gone so far ... http://bit.ly/21hOuyg #RaspberryPi
22
4
Add a comment...
In their circles
91 people
Have them in circles
19,640 people
Ryan Wright's profile photo
hu go's profile photo
Richard Kayo Granillo's profile photo
Roberto Baldassari's profile photo
Uwe Jonas's profile photo
Fernando Rodrigo Kammers's profile photo
Jay Bhatt (JayB)'s profile photo
hafiz muhammad zubair hafiz muhammad zubair's profile photo
Taras Lushney's profile photo

RaspberryPi Spy

Shared publicly  - 
 
This tutorial shows you how to read temperature, pressure and humidity in Python using a Bosch BME280 I2C sensor. #Python #RaspberryPi
14
4
Scott S's profile photo
Scott S
 
bosch rules!
Add a comment...

RaspberryPi Spy

Shared publicly  - 
 
An interactive sculpture using a Raspberry Pi and an ultrasonic sensor. #RaspberryPi
So I have finally got round to blogging about the Artwork I computerised with a Raspberry Pi in 2013; just three years late then. This is in small part due to my not having a blog to blog on and i…
4
Add a comment...

RaspberryPi Spy

Shared publicly  - 
 
Great news! The Raspberry Pi Zero now has a camera connector. #PiZero #RaspberryPi
28
3
jim stephens's profile photo
 
Can't get them, not enough made. 
Add a comment...

RaspberryPi Spy

Shared publicly  - 
 
Play Doom 2 on a blood soaked chainsaw. Powered by a Pi Zero. #Doom #RaspberryPi
this post is also operating as: painsaw.rocks. I never get creative ideas, but the Pi Zero Painsaw was an exception. It's a Raspberry Pi Zero, that I crammed into an Echo Junior Chainsaw toy, along with a bunch of other things, and it runs Doom. It's a love-letter to Doom, the things I've ...
22
1
Add a comment...

RaspberryPi Spy

Shared publicly  - 
 
Alex has been testing the new Raspberry Pi camera and comparing it with the previous model.
 
4-way shoot-out comparing the output from the new 2.1 Vs 1.3 Raspberry Pi cameras.

http://raspi.tv/2016/new-and-old-raspberry-pi-camera-comparison-shots-1-3-2-1-noir
I thought it would be fun to run the same tests on the new Pi cameras that I did on the original one back in May 2013. Unfortunately my first Pi camera 2.1 was faulty so I had to wait an extra day …
1 comment on original post
17
2
Add a comment...
Story
Tagline
Raspberry Pi news, resources, tutorials, guides and downloads for fans, hobbyists, teachers, parents and electronics experimenters.
Introduction
Raspberry Pi Spy is a website devoted to the Raspberry Pi credit card sized computer. It was founded in 2012 and aims to provide help and information to people with an interest in the device but without much time to mess around with every last detail. We hope to help with the basics and attract people to computer programming and hardware development.

The site and this Google+ page is not associated in any way with the Raspberry Pi Foundation or Raspberrypi.org. "Raspberry Pi" is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Contact Information
Contact info
Email