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Looking to track earthquakes on your own? Do it with the Raspberry Shake

Was that a tremor you just felt? You don't have to be a seismologist to answer that question, at least, not if you have the Raspberry Shake. Branded as a "professional grade personal seismograph"
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Weekend Workshop: Stave off the heat this summer with a DIY smart electric fan 0:49

The electric fan needed an upgrade and a savvy engineer at Instructables devised a way to make a person sensing smart fan using a Raspberry Pi. Here's how you can build one of these innovative devices for yourself.
Computing

New Raspberry Pi enclosure from Kodi and FLIRC looks slick in the living room

Kodi has teamed up with Flirc of Silicon Valley to create a special enclosure for the Raspberry Pi board. The enclosure features a passive cooling design and an included thermal pad for a quiet media-center solution for your…
Photography

Students’ homemade Raspberry Pi 3D scanner turns light paintings into holograms

HoloPainting is a technique that combines light painting, stop motion, and hyperlapse photography to create 360-degree animated 3D holograms. Up until now, light painting was only done in two dimensions.
Home

Smart cat wheel injects Raspberry Pi tech into your cat's workout

Cat wheels have kept domestic felines fit and active for decades, but this DIY project puts a technologically advanced spin on the traditional design with the addition of a Raspberry Pi.
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Looking for a fun electronics project? Here’s 10 easy Arduino-based gizmos you can build

If you really want to show off your DIY skills, Arduino projects can be useful, beautiful, and downright impressive. Unfortunately, some also require some serious skill. Check out 10 of our current favorites.
Gaming

Burger King toy turns into a “Game Boy Color Nano”

The Raspberry Pi has a lot of different uses, including morphing an old Burger King Game Boy Color toy into one of the cutest emulators to walk the earth. That's what one guy thought and found someone already doing it.
Photography

Meet the camera that shows you a stranger’s images instead of your own

A French artist and engineer has created a wacky Raspberry Pi-powered camera that not only doesn't show you the image you took, but instead display someone else's from Google Image search.
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Weekend Workshop: Tear up your driveway with this Raspberry Pi-powered RC car

Drones are great, sure, but who wouldn't enjoy ripping a DIY RC car around their neighborhood? Here's how to easily construct one using a soldering iron and Raspberry Pi B in a matter of hours.
Photography

Make your own DIY Polaroid camera with a Rasberry Pi and a receipt printer

This clever instant camera is made from a Raspberry Pi computer and a thermal printer, stuffed inside a cardboard box. Adafruit provides instructions on how you can make one at home.
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Disabling a drone is easier than you think

The latest tutorial from Make magazine shows you how to build a device that'll disable a drone in an instant. It uses a telnet connection to hijack a drone and a Raspberry Pi to send commands remotely.
Computing

Get snapping: Inexpensive Raspberry Pi Zero now comes camera-ready

Building a camera equipped, micro-PC is now cheaper than ever, as the $5 Raspberry Pi Zero now comes equipped with a connector to hook up the Pi Foundations' camera module, letting you get imaging for less.