Author: David

Hackspace magazine 9: tools, tools, tools 0

Hackspace magazine 9: tools, tools, tools

Rejoice! It’s time for a new issue of Hackspace magazine, packed with things for you to make, build, hack, and create!   HackSpace magazine issue 9 Tools: they’re what separates humans from the apes!...

Learn how to document your code 0

Learn how to document your code

In our latest resource, we show you how to create a website and use it to document your coding projects. Why document your code? Search the web with the right key words for your...

Eight(ish) Raspberry Pi projects for the summer 0

Eight(ish) Raspberry Pi projects for the summer

The sun is actually shining here in Cambridge, and with it, summer-themed Raspberry Pi projects are sprouting like mushrooms across our UK-based community (even though mushrooms don’t like hot weather…). So we thought we’d...

Dialling into local stories with Jura whisky phones 0

Dialling into local stories with Jura whisky phones

Raspberry Pis? Check. Iconic phoneboxes? Check. Whisky? Check, check, check. Find out how Bright Signals incorporated all three for the launch of the latest range of Jura whisky. Jura whisky from Jura When Jura,...

Celebrating our teachers 0

Celebrating our teachers

The end of the academic year is here, and we are marking the occasion by celebrating teachers from all over the world. For those about to teach, we salute you. Since last September, we’ve...

Raspberry Fields 2018: ice cream, robots, and coding 0

Raspberry Fields 2018: ice cream, robots, and coding

Umbrella trees, giant mushrooms, and tiny museums. A light-up Lovelace, LED cubes, LED eyelashes, and LED coding (we have a bit of a thing for LEDs). Magic cocktails, melted ice creams, and the coolest...

Your own Grand Theft Auto San Andreas radio 0

Your own Grand Theft Auto San Andreas radio

Relive the San Andreas glory days with this Grand Theft Auto radio built by Raphaël Yancey. Raphaël Yancey on Twitter With the “tuned” status LED. https://t.co/PuIi6sY78V …and now I have Barracuda stuck in my head....

Moonhack 2018: reaching for the stars! 0

Moonhack 2018: reaching for the stars!

Last year, Code Club Australia set a new world record during their Moonhack event for the most young people coding within 24 hours. This year, they’re hoping to get 50000 kids involved — here’s...

World Cup fever: Raspberry Pi football projects to try 0

World Cup fever: Raspberry Pi football projects to try

Rumour has it that there’s a worldwide football tournament on, and that England, surprisingly, are doing quite well. In celebration, here are some soccer-themed Raspberry Pi projects for you to try out at home...

Zelda casemod with levitating Triforce 0

Zelda casemod with levitating Triforce

I know: you’ve seen a bajillion RetroPie implementations before, and a bajillion casemods to go with them. But this one’s so hopelessly, magnificently splendid that we felt we had to share. Magnetic levitation. It’s...