Water Cooled Raspberry Pi 3 Cluster (Supercomputer) from Rasim Muratovic
If you have just got one of these and you are at the stage of wondering what it does this is for you – lets get stuck in.
Python programming tutorial from The Pi Maker. Youtube Channel
The Raspberry Pi is being used to save the eyesight of people in India thanks to the Open Indirect Ophthalmoscope (OIO) project.
Raspberry Eye is a low-cost head-mounted display based on Raspberry Pi. The screen image is seen through a semi-transparent lens.
Want to get your Raspberry Pi out of the house and involved in some mobile projects (like, for instance, a budget space program)? You’ll need a battery, and there are several choices available, including a DIY option.
I found this very useful as I often access my RPi3 from my PC rather than connecting it up to a screen and keyboard and mouse – but if you just connect the power cable VNC does not start up automatically – so here is a quick tutorial on how to get that service running when you plug in your RPi – then you can log into it from another machine with a VNC Viewer – here’s the tutorial.
Programming a Raspberry Pi may seem difficult but it’s really not. This is video two of the Pi Maker’s Python series and deals with inputs from the user. If you missed it, video one can be seen here
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