Raspberry Pi

Clustering A Lot Of Raspberry Pi Zeros

Clustering A Lot Of Raspberry Pi Zeros

  It became something of a cliche a few years ago in online discussions, whenever a new single board computer was mentioned someone would pop up and say something like “Imagine a Beowulf cluster…“. Back then it was said largely in jest, but with the current generation of boards it’s […]

Hackaday Prize Entry: Text To Speech The Hard Way

Hackaday Prize Entry: Text To Speech The Hard Way

Studies have shown reading to children leads to improved academic performance later in life, a trait that will make them more competitive in the workforce, and ultimately happier human beings. It follows, then, that having a robot read to children will also lead to happier and more productive adults, while […]

SNES Micro Is A Pi Z Of Art

SNES Micro Is A Pi Z Of Art

Clay is a shapeless raw material that’s waiting to be turned into awesomeness by your creativity. So is the Raspberry Pi. [Dorison Hugo] brought the two together in his artfully crafted SNES micro – a tiny retro gaming console sculpted from clay. For his build, [Dorison] assembled two halves of […]

Raspberry Pi Plays All That Jazz

Raspberry Pi Plays All That Jazz

  [James Bellafaire] wanted a good looking old radio with a modern sound. Granted, you could hollow the case out and replace it with an iPod. Or you could convert the thing to an Internet radio. But where’s the fun in that? [James] took a different approach. Part woodworking project, […]

Landscape Lighting that Also Texts

Landscape Lighting that Also Texts

Your local hardware store or garden supply center probably has everything you need to install landscape lighting all around your property. What’s a little less likely is coming out of that situation with fewer holes in your wallet than in your yard. And even then, it’s pretty much guaranteed that […]