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It's taken a couple of years, but 20-year-old drone entrepreneur George Matus has finally got his flagship Teal One drone into production. Fast, compact and smart, the Teal One packs an Nvidia Jetson TX module and has its own app platform to enable AR, autonomy and deep learning applications... Continue Reading Jetson-equipped Teal One drone takes flight as a 60-mph Raspberry Pi in the sky
Over the past year, the Libre Computer Project has been offering a succession of alternatives to the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B mini computer. But its new Renegade is a bit different. The Libre/Firefly collaboration sees the Renegade Elite single board computer packs hexa-core processing brains, 60-pin headers and USB-C connectivity... Continue Reading Libre strays from the Pi path for powerfu
If you didn't know already, March 14th is Pi Day, as in 3/14 or 3.14. In observance of the occasion, Amsterdam-based "international ideas company" WE ARE Pi has created what it claims is the world's first rideable PiCycle – it's a fixie bike that's shaped like the Greek letter π, the symbol for Pi...Continue Reading One-off bike is as sweet as PiCategory: BicyclesTags: Art Carb
martijn koomen and tadas maksimovas designed and built a fully-functional fixed-gear bike in tribute to an enigmatic, mathematical constant.The post the carbon fiber pi bike is completely irrational, but totally ridable appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
March 14 is Pi Day (3/14), and what better way to celebrate than with a brand new Raspberry Pi micro-computer board? The Raspberry Pi Foundation has today released the Pi 3 Model B+, with a more powerful CPU, improved wireless LAN performance and Gigabit wired networking...Continue Reading Raspberry Pi Model B gets more power, faster connectivityCategory: ComputersTags: Mini-PC
Holding basic conversations with smartphones and wireless speakers is now fairly commonplace, but tinkerers and makers who want to create their own communicative objects can feel a little restricted by what Amazon, Apple and Google allow them to do. Matrix Labs has come to the rescue with a Raspberry Pi-compatible Internet-of-Things development board with built-in microphones that can bring c
Huddersfield's interactive product developer Running in the Halls was recently tasked with building a unique tea-making machine sporting basic AI for a UK television show. After a bit of to and fro text messaging between the tea maker and the TV presenter via his old school Nokia phone, the machine would brew up a cuppa based on the question and answer exchange...Continue Reading Old Nokia ph
Supercomputers are typically huge and expensive, and they take an awful lot of power to run. Looking for a cheaper way allow developers to build and test high performance computer system software, the Los Alamos National Laboratory turned to the ubiquitous Raspberry Pi and Australia's BitScope...Continue Reading Supercomputing gets more affordable with a little help from PiCategory: Computers


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