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Since its release, the $35 Raspberry Pi mini-computer has been hailed as the perfect all-in-one retro game console. Now, it’s easier to do than ever, and it doesn’t take any Linux knowledge…
I wanted a way to have physical tickets from GitHub in front of me. One Epson printer, a Raspberry Pi, and some PHP later, I had a working system in place.
Think of synth music, racks of keyboards, or massive DJ rigs, and Korg comes to mind. Raspberry Pi is at the heart of some of its new synthesizers.
Raspberry Pi 4 owners can now train their own custom models using Edge Impulse's cloud-based development platform for machine learning on edge devices.
«users can now upload data and train their own custom machine-learning algorithms in the cloud, and then deploy them back to their Raspberry Pi. »
Learn how to deploy Docker Swarm to create a Raspberry Pi cluster then turn it into a serverless super-computer with the OpenFaaS framework for Docker.
Raspberry Pi enthusiasts are building their own handheld gaming consoles and this latest one is actually pretty awesome – and also fits in your pocket.
Raspberry Pi does it all.
In this guide you'll learn how to perform real-time deep learning on the Raspberry Pi using Keras, Python, and TensorFlow.
We love the Raspberry Pi because it’s a tiny $35 computer you can use for almost anything, and because it’s a fun way to teach yourself more about technology.
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