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Rover at ROSCon Macau 2019

We at Rover Robotics were excited to attend our first ROSCon which took place at the Conrad Casino in Macau, China from Oct 31th – Nov 1st 2019. We exhibited in Booth 2 with ADLINK Technologies. ADLINK makes rugged computers with ROS 2 support, we make Rugged robots with ROS 2 support, it was a […]

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What do you use your Raspberry Pi for?

Our very own Brian made this lovely What is a Raspberry Pi? video for our YouTube channel. Thanks, Brian. What is a Pi FINAL Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://rpf.io/ytsub Help us reach a wider audience by translating our video content: http://rpf.io/yttranslate Buy a Raspberry Pi from one of our Approved Resellers: http://rpf.io/ytproducts Find out more […]

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Your amazing Raspberry Pi projects #IUseMyRaspberryPiFor

Yesterday, we asked you to share your Raspberry Pi builds on social media using the hashtag #IUseMyRaspberryPiFor. The result was amazing, with so many of you sharing some really interesting projects, inspiring both us, and others, to get creative. While we can’t share them all here today, we picked out some to highlight, and we […]

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An RFID Music Box Fit For A Child

Browsing around the internet, looking for cool laser cut projects to do while I’ve got a fancy laser cutter here for review, I found a very interesting looking music box posted to reddit. I thought the design was delightful. While I personally could do without the little figures with built-in […]

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Your Raspberry Pi Cluster Is Not Like This One

Many readers will have had their first taste of experimentation with cluster computing through the medium of the Raspberry Pi. The diminutive Linux capable boards can easily be hooked up as a group via a network hub, and given the right software become a whole that is greater than the …read more

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