Raspberry Pi is a low-cost, credit card sized computer that enables users of all ages to explore a wide range of practical computer programming skills and activities.
Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Learn how to program in languages like Scratch and Python with the Raspberry Pi.
Raspberry Pi is capable of doing everything you’d expect a desktop computer to do, from browsing the internet and playing high-definition video, to making spreadsheets, word-processing and playing games.
Raspberry Pi has the ability to interact with the outside world through a wide variety of digital projects, from home media centres and arcade gaming systems, to autonomous robots and automated irrigation systems
The new ultra-small, ultra-slim Raspberry Pi
The diet version of the Raspberry Pi, only 65mm long by 30mm and 5mm deep.
Broadcom BCM2835 ARMv6 system-on-a-chip, running at up to 1GHz
512MB on-board RAM
Unpopulated 40pin GPIO for added flexibility
MicroSD port for OS and storage
Micro USB power input
1x Micro USB Data port and Mini HDMI Port (comes with Micro USB 'On the Go' adapter and Mini HDMI to HDMI adapter)
Wireless networking is something that we really take for granted. Nearly every device that we own has some form of technology to wireless connection. Wireless is getting cheaper and we this is evident in the proliferation of new components such as the esp 8266, a $3 hackable WIFI device with limited GPIO (General Purpose Input Output)..
Getting to know the Raspberry Pi Camera and Pi Noir
The Raspberry Pi is capable of many great things but one of the most accessible and rewarding is something incredibly simple, taking a photograph. We take this for granted as a camera comes with our cell phone, but how do I take a photograph?