Library Noise Detector With Humidity and Temperature Sensor @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

Cool project tutorial from Instructables user GlenB38. This is a temperature/humidity/noise detector to be used in any room, in this case a library. This device continuously takes the input devices and logs the data into the dashboard with a buffer of 1 hour and access every data intake online through phpMyAdmin. This device can take incoming Tweet events to do various jobs through outputting current readings to Twitter or mail.... Read more

Raspberry Pi Weekly Issue #201 – Support – out now, featuring the all-terrain robot +Ingmar Stapel shared…

Raspberry Pi Weekly Issue #201 – Support – out now, featuring the all-terrain robot +Ingmar Stapel shared here a couple of days ago, tons of resources for Raspberry Jams, and loads more. Welcome to Raspberry Pi Weekly #201! After I left Ben to curate last week’s newsletter and he broke it, I’m back to take over the reins. Read more

A tale of three Raspberry Jams

In today s post, I m going to share the tales of three Jams: how and why they got started. Norwich Raspberry Jam Norwich is a place where I ve always hoped there would be a Jam. It s a tech city in the East of England and there s plenty going on there, but so far no one has been running a Jam. I met Archie Roques at the... Read more

PiCapture HD1 review

This is a very interesting kit/HAT for the Raspberry Pi. Video capture usually requires machines that offer a decent amount of power so they can stream or convert an input signal into a video. However, due to the way the PiCapture is built and optimised, it connects straight to the Raspberry Pi s VideoCore graphics processor, and is able to make full use of it for video capture. This is... Read more

ZX Spectrum rides again, with Z80 and optional Raspberry Pi Zero

ZX Spectrum Next is a crowd-funded project to bring back the original in a form that will run the original games because it has a Z80 processor at its heart. “The Spectrum Next is fully implemented with FPGA technology, ensuring it can be upgraded and enhanced while remaining truly compatible with the original hardware by … Read full article: ZX Spectrum rides again, with Z80 and optional Raspberry Pi Zero Read more

These Students Studied Weather and Clothing Color with Chromatic Climate #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Great project from Marcelo Muro, Doriana and Diego Martinez on Hackster.io: The purpose of this project was to see whether there was any correlation between weather and the color of clothing people chose to wear. We were curious as to what extent the weather affected people s clothing choices. Some individuals may plan out their day accordingly, others may not care at all. We wanted to know roughly how much... Read more

Make a mail server out of your RPi3 @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

Handy project from Alex Gulyas up on Hackster.io. After having mastered the set up of a LAMP server (Apache, MySQL, PHP, PHPMyAdmin) solution on my Raspberry Pi , and rounding it out with with a cloud solution for the file server (OwnCloud), and a content manager for the web server (Joomla), it was time for the next step: a mail server. Many thanks to Sam Hobbs, who invested countless hours... Read more

LeMaker HiKey 960 Android Developer Board Unveiled For $240

Those of you that are already accustomed to developing for Android smartphones may be interested in a new development board which look similar to the Raspberry Pi but is equipped with the same processor as the Huawei Mate 9 smartphone. The Android development board is more reminiscent of a mini PC rather than a smartphone […] ( …) (C) Copyright 2007-2016 Geeky Gadgets. Republishing of this feed is forbidden without... Read more