If you’re new to the world of Raspberry Pi (or even Linux computing), it can be quite daunting if you are trying to figure out how to get started. The Internet is full of information, much different to when I was studying IT in school (ah, those Acorn Archimedes or BBC Micro computers bring back memories…), but it when you are trying to learn it can be quite challenging understanding what you need to do.
Add 4 infrared LEDs to the official Raspberry Pi Zero case in this simple hack to provide additional illumination for the NoIR camera module in the dark.
Use a Raspberry Pi Zero W and a soil moisture sensor to notify you via Slack if your plant needs watering.
Become a social media master using a Raspberry Pi to count your Twitter Followers and Facebook Fans then send Slack notifications with the totals, automatically
There’s nothing scary about this post – it’s about running Ghost on a Raspberry Pi and includes details on how to get this setup, including using your own hostname and Cloudflare for DDNS.
Introducing the RaspCade! A Raspberry Pi powered arcade machine that you can build yourself. Download the free arcade cabinet designs and follow our build instructions that were featured in The MagPi Magazine.
Build your own Raspberry Pi Car Audio Player for less than £30, whilst creating a WiFi Access Point without any coding in this guide.
Use your Raspberry Pi on Multiple WiFi Networks Getting WiFi working on Raspberry Pi must be one of the most searched topics since the popular board was released. Thankfully, this is now a pretty simple process even for beginners! However,… Continue Reading →
Review: myDevices Cayenne – A Raspberry Pi Drag-and-Drop IoT Project Builder The Raspberry Pi is ideally suited for an Internet of Things project, especially when it comes to home automation. The MagPi Magazine recently featured an advert for myDevices Cayenne,… Continue Reading →
MotionEye OS is perfect for using your Raspberry Pi as a CCTV home security system. If you want to know if it detects movement when you’re out as part of a home security system, then read on…