This project shows how the Arduino can monitor light values using a Photo Resistor and adjust a LED in response.
The amazing versatile Arduino microprocessor board that can be used in many projects.
One problem with using a Raspberry Pi in school is that you are protected from evil-web-ness by the PxxxY. You see we cannnot even say the word without getting this page blocked too.
The credit card sized computer that runs linux and encourages experimentation.
Setting up Tontec Touch Screen for the Raspberry Pi.
Installing Weewx and a La Crosse WS2350 Weather Station on a Raspberry Pi (RPi)
When I saw this Arduino capacitive switching demoed at UWE, Bristol I was sold on the little board. Pinball with paper clips and Maltesers!
Wordpress and Joomla Plugins for Windguru