Does the Raspberry Pi3 need cooling and are the CPU heatsinks effective? After getting temperature warnings on my RPi3 I decided to see if heatsinks help.
I'm using a Raspberry Pi 3 which i want to connect to via SSH from my Android tablet or phone when i am not in range of my home router.
My requirements are for when the pi is at home it connects to my home router or other known routers so it is available on the local network. If no router is found when it is started up then it will create a wifi hotspot, which is not rooted to the Internet, so i can SSH to the RPi from another device and control the camera and run other custom scripts.
The Morpheus Razzmatazz is an all-aluminium Raspberry Pi case designed to work as a giant passive heatsink to keep your Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 cool whether you have overclocked it or just working it hard.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation release and updated Raspberry Pi model B called the model B+ with several improvements and upgrades compared to the original Raspberry Pi.
The Raspberry Pi camera has had a software turbo charge allowing video to be recorded at 90 frames per second meaning you can make slow motion videos of fast moving action.
A project to use the picamera python library to generate a timelapse sequence with the Raspberry Pi camera module and control a fan connected to a PiFace Digital to keep a window demisted.
The PiFace digital is a GPIO add-on board for the Raspberry Pi which allows you to connect lights, switches, motors and sensors to be used with program's written with Scratch, Python or C.
A new Raspberry Pi expansion board is available by the designer of the Gertboard called the GertDuino. The GertDuino is a GPIO add-on board that works like an Ardino-UNO board plus offers extra features.
The Persistence of Vision globe display built with a Raspberry Pi produces a 360 degrees image from rotating LED lights. Producing a great effect such as a holographic looking Star Wars Death Star as well as video and games.
The Gertboard is a GPIO expansion addon card for the Raspberry Pi for connecting and controlling real world devices such as sensors, motors, relays and switches.