Building "the Magic Mirror" with a raspberry pi! Read the full story: Part I - The Idea- The Mirror Part II - The Monitor Part III - The Casing Part IV - Install The Hardware Part V - Installing the Raspberry Pi Part VI - Production of the Interface
When Henry asked us for a camera module to write a beginners’ tutorial we knew that he would put it to good use. We weren’t disappointed — keep up the good work Henry, we look forward to seeing more tutorials in future. — My Name is Henry Budden and I am
Color My Desk is a publicly controllable string of lights illuminating my daily workspace. It’s built on a Raspberry Pi made to interface both with RGB lights and a web server. Do you need to exercise some control over the physical world, but don’t want t
Danish printing wunderkind Rasmus Hauschild has built an incredibly cool Raspberry Pi Zero with printed Gameboy-style casing. The tiny printed device runs RetroPie Emulationstation, on which users can return to obsolete gaming platforms with ease.