Raspberry Pi

DIY

How to Build a Mini Supercomputer for Under $100

Wei Lin built a scalable computing cluster comprised of $7 chips.
Daniel Oberhaus
4.17.18
why not

How to Make a DIY Mini Cell Phone Tower Using Parts You Can Order Online

But to get it to work long range might be pricy.
Kaleigh Rogers
9.28.17
new media

Two Star-Crossed Chatbots Are Having a Conversation via Google Translate

Two chatbots attempt to converse in Swedish and Italian in artist Jonas Eltes' 'Lost in Computation.'
Kevin Holmes
7.20.17
Gaming

How to Make a Retro Game Console From Concrete

Mortar mix, Raspberry Pi Zero, and voila, a console for retro games
Grennan Milliken
12.4.16
News

This $5 Device Can Hack Your Locked Computer In One Minute

A new plug and hack device can steal your cookies even if your computer is locked.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
11.16.16
Design

This Gig Bag Is Actually a Playable Guitar

Interaction designer Martin Hertig’s 'Zippy' is a sound-generating guitar gig bag.
DJ Pangburn
9.15.16
Gaming

Awww, Look at This Tiny Super Nintendo

YouTuber details how he made tiny SNES emulator with clay, a Raspberry Pi computer, and other assorted materials.
Leif Johnson
9.11.16
The Hacks We Can't See

The ‘Danger Drone’ Is a $500 Flying Hacker Laptop

Two researchers have created a proof-of-concept for a cheap, multi-functional, hacker drone.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
7.28.16
DIY

A Guide to Making Your Own Tweeting Plant

Makes for first-rate GIFs.
Nicole He
7.11.16
Design

Behold, the 'Hamster Powered Hamster Drawing Machine'

Neil Mendoza’s latest invention is a drawing machine powered by the mechanical energy of a hamster.
DJ Pangburn
7.5.16
machines

CERN Researchers Are Making a DIY Cosmic Ray Detector in Their Spare Time

Cosmic Pi makes each user a single pixel in an open source cosmic ray telescope.
Victoria Turk
4.5.16
short circuit

The Raspberry Pi 3 Is Built for the Internet of Things

Founder Eben Upton explains that including Bluetooth and wireless LAN for the first time "changes what you can do" with the Pi.
Victoria Turk
2.29.16
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