Great project to create an arm-mounted Raspberry Pi computer.
A nice article at Linux.com that talks about how the Pi has become one of the innovations of the year. One of the comments below the article tries, once again, to lynch the Pi just because it’s not a totally open source product. I’ve posted my own comment to refute that as the article is about the Pi being a catalyst for innovation using Linux and open source software, not hyping the Pi as open source hardware platform.
Computer Active has done a review of SK Pang’s starter kit A.
I apologise in advance for linking to something which has a video playing without asking. Poor show, Computer Active, poor show.
Fantastic experiment to create a baby monitor using a Raspberry Pi and a USB microphone. Part tutorial, part success story.
This isn’t strictly Raspberry Pi-related, though perhaps someone should start building one…
This is a contender for the coolest thing ever – the timeline of development for a real transforming robot-car.
Fast forward to 3:45 for the drop-dead amazing latest version robotics.
Some more footage here (actually, better footage!)
Hosted by Nesta near Chancery Lane in London. Hack starts at 12 noon on Saturday.