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  • Code the Classics on sale now
    by Eben Upton on 13th December 2019 at 11:56 am

    TL;DR: we made a fully automated luxury gay space communist type-in-listing book. Buy it now and get it in time for Christmas. Back in the dawn of time, in the late 1980s, I grew up on a diet of type-in computer game listings. From the BBC Micro User Guide, to The Micro User magazine, to […] The post Code the Classics on sale now appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

  • Really, really awesome Raspberry Pi NeoPixel LED mirror
    by Alex Bate on 12th December 2019 at 10:37 am

    Check out Super Make Something’s awesome NeoPixel LED mirror: a 576 RGB LED display that converts images via the Raspberry Pi Camera Module and Raspberry Pi 3B+ into a pixelated light show. Neopixel LED Mirror (Python, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, 3D Printing, Laser Cutting!) DIY How To Time to pull out all the stops for the […] The post Really, really awesome Raspberry Pi NeoPixel LED mirror appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

  • IoT ugly Christmas sweaters
    by Alex Bate on 11th December 2019 at 10:47 am

    If there’s one thing we Brits love, it’s an ugly Christmas sweater. Jim Bennett, a Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, has taken his ugly sweater game to the next level by adding IoT-controlled, Twitter-connected LEDs thanks to a Raspberry Pi Zero. IoT is Fun for Everyone! (Ugly Sweater Edition) An Ugly Sweater is great-but what’s […] The post IoT ugly Christmas sweaters appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

  • Create a turn-based combat system | Wireframe #28
    by Ryan Lambie on 10th December 2019 at 10:47 am

    Learn how to create the turn-based combat system found in games like Pokémon, Final Fantasy, and Undertale. Raspberry Pi’s Rik Cross shows you how. In the late 1970s, high school student Richard Garriott made a little game called Akalabeth. Programmed in Applesoft BASIC, it helped set the template for the role-playing genre on computers. Even […] The post Create a turn-based combat system | Wireframe #28 appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

  • Celebrate the Raspberry Pi’s 8th birthday at a Raspberry Jam
    by Philip Colligan on 9th December 2019 at 11:59 am

    On 29 February 2020, the Raspberry Pi Foundation will celebrate the eighth birthday of the Raspberry Pi computer (or its second birthday, depending on how strict you are about counting leap years). Like any parent, we feel like time has flown by, and it’s remarkable to think how far we’ve come in such a short […] The post Celebrate the Raspberry Pi’s 8th birthday at a Raspberry Jam appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

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