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Using a Wii Nunchuck to Control Python Turtle - Tuts Mac Computer Skills Tutorial

Tue, 06/24/2014 - 13:23 -- rprice

This tutorial works with both official Nintendo or 3rd party nunchucks. The nunchuck is a good multi-use input for a Raspberry Pi as they can be picked up cheaply and contain a joystick, a three-axis accelerometer and two buttons in a nice ergonomically friendly controller.

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Slices of Raspberry Pi: Hacking the world's cheapest computer - CNN.com

Tue, 12/10/2013 - 08:07 -- rprice

Raspberry Pi is inspiring home inventors around the world. Ryan Price from Orlando, Florida, re-purposed this Bakelite Admiral television with a 15" LCD screen with an RPi to display video, pictures and other media. "The community that has formed around the Pi is nearly unmatched," he said.

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Slices of Raspberry Pi: Hacking the world's cheapest computer - CNN.com

Tue, 12/10/2013 - 08:07 -- rprice

Raspberry Pi is inspiring home inventors around the world. Ryan Price from Orlando, Florida, re-purposed this Bakelite Admiral television with a 15" LCD screen with an RPi to display video, pictures and other media. "The community that has formed around the Pi is nearly unmatched," he said.

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The pi 3D Scanner

Fri, 11/15/2013 - 00:06 -- rprice

Each pole has 3 Raspberry Pies with the Pi Camera (5m pixel). The raspberries are connected to the network. Each network cable I custom made, using 4 wires for the actual networking (100mb) and 2 wires to supply 5 volt for the raspberry from one central powerfull powersupply (5v 60A). setup_illustration Each Raspberry connects to the central NAS (Qnap TS109) and load the listening software. This software listen on the network for a specific network broadcast. When this broadcast is received, each raspberry will take a photo.

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Output Arts » I have a message for you...

Tue, 08/21/2012 - 13:13 -- rprice

Listening without speaking alludes to eavesdropping and the covert monitoring of communications. The audience can influence the clarity of the message by adjusting the controls on the machine, giving a physical side to the sense of searching and trying to hang on to the messages. However, the piece includes the deliberate design of interfering with the descrambling process to cause the gradual degradation of the audio so that the messages eventually become engulfed in machine noise before cutting off suddenly to silence.

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Listen - Is Raspberry Pi a low-cost computer breakthrough? | New Hampshire Public Radio

Mon, 02/27/2012 - 10:27 -- rprice

As zealous consumers know, the sleek look and user-friendly feel of Apple’s high-end gadgets are big part of their sticker price. One man is rethinking form and function with a tiny, inexpensive, bare-bones computer called the Raspberry Pi …which he hopes will bring the power of programming to even the poorest corners of the globe. Eben Upton is the creator of the miniature machine – he’s also founder of the Raspberry Pi foundation.

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