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Want to build this project? View Parts   At Carriots we have created this nice and very simple tutorial: How to connect a Raspberry Pi to Carriots and build an Alert System. http://www.carriots.com/tutorials/raspberrypi_carriots/alert_system   This systems detects lights and send the information to Carriots where an Application is built to send you a warning via SMS. This tuturial could be the first step to do a DIY home alert systems based on motion detectors or door openings sensor ...
Want to build this project? View Parts     This video shows our concept demo of an Internet Stuffed-toy that tweets, talks, plays videos and synchronizes with Dropbox using a RaspberryPi and Carriots M2M Application Platform.   We have released the tutorial on how to create the toy here: https://www.carriots.com/community/domokun_iot_example_internet_stuffed_toy Here you can also find a video of the toy working: https://vine.co/v/br1WHF11KnA The tutorial includes a ...
This engineering student from Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) did during their Raspberry Pi day, sponsored by Newark element14. (Read more about the event in the blog below).   ...
Who says you can't have it all? Pi, Pizza Pie, Chocolate Pie and Raspberry Pi were all on the menu last Thursday. That's when we (Newark element14) held our first Google Hangout in Chicago with Illinois Institute of Technology engineering students to celebrate all things Pi. We chowed on pizza and pie, the students answered questions about numeric Pi and more and even volunteered to take a pie in the face to get a Raspberry Pi.   Two engineers from Newark element14 hosted the Hangout and s ...
In celebration of the first anniversary of the Raspberry Pi, we are pleased to sponsor the first Raspberry Pi Design Contest by MAKE. It is a challenging competition to make something new, beautiful, or educational with the Pi. MAKE is a leader in providing inspiration and knowledge to a large number of makers in the US and we are excited to be able to offer the contestants a wide range of Raspberry Pi accessories, bundles and other components to help them create an amazing entry. Each entry sho ...
Thanks for all your contributions for most exciting and creative use of the Raspberry Pi in the last year. Here's some that you have suggested so far...   Crozemarie suggested the use of a Raspberry Pi as a Squeezebox emulator which is used for creating a low cost multi room audio system. John Beetem suggested The 'Pi in the Sky' project from July 2012 for a demonstrating a cost effective way to put a camera in space.   We still want to know what YOU think is the top proje ...
As somebody constantly looking for cool new cycling gadgets to fit on my beloved Pashley Paramount, this certainly caught my eye. A light fitted to the front of your bike that projects your speed on the road in front of you, all controlled by an on board Raspberry Pi! The project is the work of New York based Matt Richardson (http://mattrichardson.com/) and you can see more pics of the project in action over on his Google+ page.   Check out the video and don't forget to submit your best Ra ...
All throughout March, we're celebrating the 1st birthday of the Raspberry Pi. Over the last 12 months we've seen so many amazing projects on our own community such as Chad Johnson's Qi Lime Pi (the winner of the Wireless Power Roadtest), an Xbox Media Centre and of course Ben Heck's BBC Pi computer. Other innovative uses of the Raspberry Pi such as the Pi controlled R2 unit, modified Gameboys, Supercomputers made of Lego and using the Pi to help brew beer have all kept everyone talking.   ...
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