Computing/Computer Science - Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized, programmable computer which has been developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
LED Clock using Raspberry Pi
Okay, so if you were going to make a simple LED 4 digit clock, you probably wouldn't start with a Raspberry Pi. But I wanted to test out I2C on the Pi and Adafruit's I2C LED displays looked like a good bet. I also used a level converter to convert the Pi's 3.3V I2C to the 5V I2C required by the LED module. To recreate what I have done here you will need: * Raspberry Pi * Cobbler * 4-digit 7 segment display and Backpack * Level Converter * Breadboard * Jumper wires Hardware Connect up your…
Raspberry Pi for Homeschooling
Use a Raspberry Pi to teach programming for kids in your homeschool. Fun educational projects with a mini computer.
Turn a Raspberry Pi Into an XBMC Media Center in Under 30 Minutes
The best home theater PCs are small, quiet, and inexpensive—so the bite-size, $35 Raspberry Pi is the perfect choice. Here’s how to turn this little DIY board into a cheap, silent media center in just a half hour. [jump]
KindleBerry Pi | studio ponnuki
I am happy to announce that this article got publish in Hacker montly We left our little studio in the Kootenays last July to travel throughout Europe, traveling to discover about new media…
Tutorial: How to Set Up a Raspberry Pi Web Server
People are doing a lot of cool things with the Raspberry Pi. One of the first things I thought to do was to see if I could make a Raspberry Pi web server. Being a web developer and overall geek I figured it might be kind of fun to do, and as I found out it's really easy.
Game Boy PC (Raspberry Pi)
So I thought I'd start a thread for my new little project. I'm building a pc inside a Game Boy DMG-01 case(so it is retro related). It will be used for XBMC and emulators so I thought it might interest some of you guys here. Anyway, I've decided to use the new Raspberry Pi system as its small but powerful enough for my needs and allows a lot of hacking and modding to the software and hardware side of things. This is going to be a Linux machine. I've prepared the case already and kept…