On this fine Friday we add RFID capabilities to our Qwiic Connect System with a new board and kit, the newest pi-top is available, and a few other knick-knacks to help you out with your next project!
Enjoy Pi Day with a limited-time giveaway!
Using a Raspberry Pi to do augmented-reality projections
A new Qwiic-enabled Relay Board in single and quad versions, as well as a new Raspberry Pi board!
Pretty quiet around here at 7 a.m. Maybe I can whip up a quick python-fueled, Pi-based bot? Oh, yeah - hot glue features prominently in this build.
Let's face it, as much as we love Arduino, there are some things it just can't do. To branch out, let's take a look at a little bit of Python.
The Arduino MKR Vidor 4000 is here, along with the Raspberry Shake, the Neutis Quad-Core Module and a few other goodies!
Our newest (sorta-Python-related) tutorial shows you a few ways to run a script whenever a Raspberry Pi boots up.
Tool kits are back, with three new versions available today! We also have a new LCD Touchscreen HAT for your Raspberry Pi.
More Raspberry Pi products are here today, including eInk displays and robotics kits. We also have a new 64x64 RGB matrix!
We've updated our popular "Raspberry Pi SPI and I2C Tutorial" with some Python examples.
Today we have a new, "powerful" Raspberry Pi HAT, a load of solar panels, and a knob for our small and medium-sized slide pots!
If you're looking to make your own dashboard or slick graphical interface, Python can help you out with the Tkinter package.
Whether you are teaching a class or want to create a dashboard to plot sensor data, the matplotlib Python package has you covered! We introduce a new guide that walks you through the basics of using matplotlib.
The SparkFun Pi AVR Programmer HAT is here, along with new load cells, microSD cards and APA102C LEDs
A new guide shows you how to enable remote desktop on your Raspberry Pi.
A new tutorial to help beginners control hardware with Python.
A quick look at the default IDEs that come with the Raspbian for developing Python applications.
By default, the Raspberry Pi is used like a computer, where you need a keyboard, mouse and monitor. Here are some other ways to configure it.
Happy early St. Patrick's Day! Would anyone like some Pi?