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RASPBERRY PI PROJECTS Just between you and me, it can sometimes be tricky finding enough content for "top lists" like these. At times it almost feels like you're settling for certain entries, rather than really wanting to put them front and centre. When it comes to the Raspberry Pi, however, that's not really much of a problem. The difficulty is whittling down the huge number of projects that you guys post over the space of a year into just 10! But you're dear to me, reader, and I've selfles ...
We are the developers of WTware - thin clients operating system. This year we released new free version for Raspberry Pi 2. It makes connections to Terminal Server with Windows Server OS installed and so you can use Windows Applications on Pi 2. Please, try it: http://winterminal.com ...
The Raspberry Pi Zero form factor, makes it perfect for use in smaller project. Combined with internet connectivity, a display and some kind of input, it could be used to visualise virtually anything.   Using a Pi Zero, an I2C OLED display from Adafruit, a miniature wifi dongle, two push buttons and a custom 3D printed enclosure, I attempted to create a small device which can sit on my desk and report various things, such as: time and date network settings social media stats   Thi ...
I received my Raspberry Pi Zero earlier this week While holding it, I noticed one of the USB hubs I had, had the same form factor as this new Pi. So I combined the two into a as small as possible package. The Pi is powered from the USB hub and the USB OTG port is connected to the hub, providing 4 ports for connectivity allowing to connect wifi/keyboard/mouse/bluetooth/...   All connection details for the wiring etc ... are available in a complete blog post on my website should you ...
  Welcome back to the Trick or Trivia Blog. In this installment, I will show off how I built the candy dispenser that will set beside the tombstone. Unfortunately this part of the project did not turn out as I had planned because I could not find the type of bowls I was looking for. I did managed to cobble something together that works, and I will be able to build a better version for next Halloween.   My original idea was to use faux concrete flower urns that typically can be found ...

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