Spent about two days assembling the Adafruit Cupcade as a gift for a friend. Some soldering and fiddling around with the command line is required. I ordered the kit online. You have to provide the Raspberry Pi though, more specifically a Model One Revision B. I had an old one lying around that I bought […]
This was the second year of the event held on the last weekend of July. While I was a visitor last year, I became a participant this year with my own maker booth entitled “Hobby Electronic Light Gadgets” where I displayed some of my DIY light gadgets. It was held at the Scape Warehouse. This […]
This Kickstarter project has raised slightly over $500,000 over a $27,000 goal. It looks promising as a physical computing and prototyping tool for students, hobbyists, artists, interaction designers and even commercial companies to use.
There it is! A credit card size computer that costs just USD35. I picked up an old keyboard, mouse and display monitor and hooked it all up to the Raspberry Pi. Also used a spare phone micro-usb charger and spare SDcard. I had to buy a HDMI to DVI cable adaptor for the monitor since […]
My three month break has started much to the envy of my friends who are working fulltime. I will be doing personal projects to occupy myself. First off is to learn Python. There are three reasons why I want to learn Python:- 1) It is a suitable programming language as an induction into computer science. […]
The Raspberry Pi is a super cheap computer the size of your palm. It costs less than USD50 and you can program it to run your own games and play back videos. You can hook it up to a monitor and keyboard. It runs on a Linux OS and supports the Python programming language. Pre-orders […]