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  • Raspberry Pi mineral oil tank with added pizzazz
    by Alex Bate on 16th July 2019 at 12:32 pm

    This isn’t the first mineral oil bath we’ve seen for the Raspberry Pi, but it’s definitely the first we’ve seen with added fish tank decorations. Using the see-through casing of an old Apple PowerMac G4, Reddit user u/mjh2901 decided to build a mineral oil tank for their Raspberry Pi, and it looks fabulous. Renamed Apple Pi, this […] The post Raspberry Pi mineral oil tank with added pizzazz appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

  • Hack your old Raspberry Pi case for the Raspberry Pi 4
    by Alex Bate on 15th July 2019 at 3:07 pm

    Hack your existing Raspberry Pi case to fit the layout of your new Raspberry Pi 4, with this handy “How to hack your existing Raspberry Pi case to fit the layout of your new Raspberry Pi 4” video! Hack your old Raspberry Pi case to fit your Raspberry Pi 4 Hack your existing official Raspberry […] The post Hack your old Raspberry Pi case for the Raspberry Pi 4 appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

  • Record the last seven seconds of everything you see
    by Alex Bate on 12th July 2019 at 7:08 am

    Have you ever witnessed something marvellous but, by the time you get your camera out to record it, the moment has passed? Johan Link‘s Film in the Past hat-mounted camera is here to save the day! Record the past As 18-year-old student Johan explains, “Imagine you are walking in the street and you see a meteorite […] The post Record the last seven seconds of everything you see appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

  • Snazzy photographs of Raspberry Pis #SnazzyRPi
    by Alex Bate on 11th July 2019 at 9:46 am

    If you don’t follow Raspberry Pi on Instagram, you really should, for there you will find #SnazzyRPi, a collection of snazzy-looking Raspberry Pi photographs taken by our very own Fiacre Muller. Do you have a Raspberry Pi 3 A+? What have you built with it? . And how snazzy is this photo from @fiacremuller?! . […] The post Snazzy photographs of Raspberry Pis #SnazzyRPi appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

  • NASA, Raspberry Pi and a mini rover
    by Alex Bate on 10th July 2019 at 12:45 pm

    NASA scientist Dr Jamie Molaro plans to conduct potentially ground-breaking research using a Raspberry Pi seismometer and a mini rover. In the summer of 2018, engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory built a mini planetary rover with the aim of letting students, hobbyists, and enthusiasts create one for themselves. It uses commercial off-the-shelf parts and […] The post NASA, Raspberry Pi and a mini rover appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

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