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  • The grilled cheese-making robot of your dreams
    by Alex Bate on 22nd October 2019 at 12:09 pm

    Ummm…YES PLEASE! Cheeseborg: The Grilled Cheese Robot! More cool stuff at http://www.tabb.me and http://www.evankhill.com Cheeseborg has one purpose: to create the best grilled cheese it possibly can! Cheeseborg is fully automated, voice activated, and easy to move. With Google Assistant SDK integration, Cheeseborg can even be used as a part of your smart home. Does […] The post The grilled cheese-making robot of your dreams appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

  • Raspberry Pi retro gaming on Reddit
    by Alex Bate on 21st October 2019 at 1:03 pm

    Reddit was alive with the sound of retro gaming this weekend. First out to bat is this lovely minimalist, wall-mounted design built by u/sturnus-vulgaris, who states: I had planned on making a bar top arcade, but after I built the control panel, I kind of liked the simplicity. I mounted a frame of standard 2×4s cut with […] The post Raspberry Pi retro gaming on Reddit appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

  • We love a good pen plotter
    by Alex Bate on 18th October 2019 at 10:08 am

    BrachioGraph touts itself as the cheapest, simplest possible pen plotter, so, obviously, we were keen to find out more. Because, if there’s one thing we like about our community, it’s your ability to recreate large, expensive pieces of tech with a few cheap components and, of course, a Raspberry Pi. So, does BrachioGraph have what it […] The post We love a good pen plotter appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

  • Designing distinctive Raspberry Pi products
    by Helen Lynn on 17th October 2019 at 12:27 pm

    If you have one of our official cases, keyboards or mice, or if you’ve visited the Raspberry Pi Store in Cambridge, UK, then you know the work of Kinneir Dufort. Their design has become a part of our brand that’s recognised the world over. Here’s an account from the Kinneir Dufort Chief Design Officer, Craig […] The post Designing distinctive Raspberry Pi products appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

  • Tim Peake and Astro Pi winners meet at Rooke Award ceremony
    by Olympia Brown on 16th October 2019 at 2:17 pm

    Engineering has always been important, but never more so than now, as we face global challenges and need more brilliant young minds to solve them. Tim Peake, ESA astronaut and one of our Members, knows this well, and is a big advocate of engineering, and of STEM more broadly. That’s why during his time aboard […] The post Tim Peake and Astro Pi winners meet at Rooke Award ceremony appeared first on Raspberry Pi. […]

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