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Meet UPstagram: A New And Interesting Raspberry Pi Project

Hello Raspberry Pi Enthusiasts. The Hackerloop geeks have created a flying paper house that posts live pictures on Instagram, via a Raspberry Pi located inside the house and a special app that takes pictures and uploads them on Instagram (independent

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Support Alan Bell’s Ubuntu-Compatible Raspberry Pi Cluster On IndieGoGo

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Alan Bell, an Ubuntu enthusiast and third party developers has created a Indiegogo campaign, in order to raise £2.500 in 50 days, for creating “A Raspberry Pi Build Cluster for Ubuntu”. The main idea

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November’s Edition of MagPi, MagPi Issue 18 Is Now Available For Download

Hello Linux Geeksters and Raspberry Pi enthusiasts. The November’s edition of the MagPi, MagPi Issue 18 is now available for download. Highlights of MagPi issue 18: Remote sensor monitoring ATMEL wireless CMUs Raspberry Pi at CERN BrickPi with Scratch LOGiPi

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The Pi NoIR (No Infrared) Raspberry Pi Compatible Camera Is Now Available For Online Ordering

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may already know, the Pi NoIR is Raspberry Pi compatible camera which has the infrared filters removed, in order to sense IR signals and low-light movement. With this camera, the users may take amazing photographies

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Weblink: A Low Cost Raspberry Pi Based IVI Solution For Cars

Hello Linux Geeksters. The developers from Technologies Abalta have created the Weblink project, an in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) solution, which uses a small ARM computer similar to the Raspberry Pi single board, for interacting with the car via the mobile phone.

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The Raspberry Pi Developers Are Launching The Pi NoIR, A Camera With No Infrared Filters

Hello Linux Geeksters. The Raspberry Pi developers are launching the Pi NoIR, a camera that has the infrared filters removed, in order to sense IR signals and low-light movement. With this camera, the users may take amazing photographies in low-light

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arkOS: A Linux System For The Raspberry Pi, Enabling The Users To Easily Create Their Own Cloud Service

arkOS is a new Linux system, based on Arch Linux, which enables the users to easily create their own cloud service on a Raspberry Pi ARM board. It is still under development, the latest version available being an alpha version.

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October’s Edition of MagPi, MagPi Issue 17 Is Now Available For Download

Hello Linux Geeksters and Raspberry Pi enthusiasts. The October’s edition of the MagPi, MagPi Issue 17 is now available for download. Highlights of MagPi Issue 17: I/O Expansion Boards Radio interface C and Scratch Eye Tracking XML Among others, MagPi

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Raspberry Pi Got Support For The Open Source SDL2 Library

Hello Linux Geeksters. Raspberry Pi got support for the open-source SDL2 library, a library useful for gaming and other multimedia software without needing an X.Org Server. It also supports OpenGL ES 2.0, ALSA-based sound, evdev-based input devices, and udev-based input

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Both Raspbian And NOOBS Installer Have Been Updated

A new version of Raspbian has been released yesterday, bringing some improvements. Among others, it comes with: Sonic Pi preinstalled performance improvements to Scratch PyPy 2.1 installed by defauld the needed python libraries for Pi-face preinstalled  Oracle Java 7 installed

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