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Sandy Macdonald has written an excellent explanation and tutorial for using a shift register with the Pimoroni Explorer HAT on top of the Raspberry Pi. It allows you to control 8 LEDs using just 3 output pins on the HAT, which sounds impossible, but is in…
Sandy Macdonald has written an excellent explanation and tutorial for using a shift register with the Pimoroni Explorer HAT on top of the Raspberry Pi. It allows you to control 8 LEDs using just 3 ...
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Adding a DS3231 Real Time Clock module to the Raspberry Pi. #raspberrypi
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Raspberry Pi B+ now $10 cheaper!
When we announced the Raspberry Pi 2 back in February, we said that we’d continue to support its predecessor, the Raspberry Pi Model B+. Since then, we’ve sold well over a million units of Raspberry Pi 2, but Model B+ has also continued to sell very well, despite also costing $35. A side effect of …
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Video looping with the Raspberry Pi using RPiLooper v3.
Turns out a lot of folks are using RPiLooper for video kiosks, museum displays, menus, and advertising displays! Users have downloaded this image for Raspberry Pi Model B, Model B+ and have requested a version for Raspberry Pi 2. Well, we’re happy to say that we’ve finally been able to make RPiLooper version 3, the seamless video looper image for Raspberry Pi, available for RPi 2. This update is backwards compatible with Raspberry Pi model B and ...
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Raspberry Pi action camera based on the A+.
Please excuse the discoloration/ choppiness – this is a screen recording of the video file. Raw files can be seen here. Motivation. I was fortunate enough to acquire a GoPro at a discount a few months ago. I used the camera to record runs on the mountain, document some of my work, and, ...
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Zach Igielman has taken a Pi2Go robot kit from 4tronix plus the pan-and-tilt mechanism for the camera, and created a robot. He's then used SSH to remote-control it and a web interface to see the vi...
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+Alan Broun​ from Dawn Robotics knows a thing or two about robots and the Raspberry Pi That's why I voted for him on Elevator to help support his latest project. Please consider voting for him to! #RaspberryPi #robotics
The Dawn Robotics Raspberry Pi Camera Robot Kit, gives people a platform for building a fun robot using the popular Raspberry Pi computer board, quickly and easily. The robot kit is easy to assemble and is supported by freely available, open source software that lets you drive the robot around ...
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A cheap PCB and screen for Raspberry Pi when you need a basic display without much fuss. #raspberrypi
A cheap, versatile auxiliary screen for the Raspberry Pi!
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Petit Studio have made a simple and very useful HDMI extension kit for the Raspberry Pi camera module.

If you want to take photos of something that has to be some distance from your Pi – as with some nature photography, for example – this could be just the thing.
We’ve just spotted a third-party add-on for your Pi and Camera Board which we think you’ll find really useful.   The ribbon cable that comes with the Raspberry Pi Camera Module is, for reasons of signal integrity, not very long. In most cases, that doesn’t present a problem. But if you’re wanting to take pictures of something …
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The MagPi Issue 33 is out!
Welcome to the MagPi. The MagPi is the official Raspberry Pi magazine. It offers the latest news, reviews, features and tutorials dedicated to the world's favourite credit card-sized PC. Issue 33 is out now! What's happening in the May 2015 edition of The MagPi? Only another 70 pages of tutorial ...
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Raspberry Pi news, resources, tutorials, guides and downloads for fans, hobbyists, teachers, parents and electronics experimenters.
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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.
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