Hello and welcome to Issue #150!
This newsletter comes to you from Mountain View, California where I’m at
Picademy USA with James, Matt and Courtney. We just opened applications for the next training which takes place in Baltimore in August.
In case you missed it, we released a
new camera module this week – the V2 is a drop-in replacement for the original one, and packs a new Sony sensor. It’s 8-megapixels in resolution and comes with some impressive performance enhancements. Of course there are visible light and infra-red alternatives available.
See you next week!
The V2 camera modules are available now for $25
The new MagPi covers the new camera module, neopixels, games and more
Announcing the CAS #include Diversity & Inclusion in Computing Education Conference 2016
The latest long term support release of Ubuntu brings a new stable release to Raspberry Pi
Chromium OS for Raspberry Pi officially released
A Simon clone for the Raspberry Pi
Control a robot to view a museum from your web browser
Drive your own robot from a web browser using a Flask web app
Visualise data from space with Initial State
Use the new Pi NoIR to create a baby monitor
A moving, talking, face recognising Wall-e Pi robot
Clive rounds up this year's excellent Raspberry Pi competition
A Pi-powered device for heart patients to use at home to measure health statistics
engadget on the new camera module
Students create robot to live stream video for rugby matches
Alex Eames compares the old cameras with the new
Get started with the Sense HAT with some mini experiments
Here's everything you should know about Chromium on the Pi
3D printed display enclosure for a Pi-powered telescope controller
A Pi-powered machine that produces artwork using nails and thread
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