Raspberry Pi Geek #12 - Print Issue

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Theme: BPi-R1 a Banana Pi-based server-router
Welcome to this issue of Raspberry Pi Geek, where we connect small-board computers (SBCs) to the world outside with sensors, Android GUIs, servers, and even a Scratch chat program.
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Raspberry Pi Geek #12 - Print Issue

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The Pi Wire looks at new products, education, boards, and ways people are putting the Rasp Pi to work.

Create a graphical interface for controlling your Pi with an Android phone.

We explore a $20 Linux-based computer the size of a postage stamp and show you how to get started on your own hardware projects.

Use your Raspberry Pi to administer a distributed wireless network of sensors.

I2C Bus - Temperature Sensor
Create a temperature monitoring system with an LM75 digital temperature chip and a Raspberry Pi.

CherryPy Poker
Program your Raspberry Pi with Python and CherryPy and play your own online poker game.

Pi Alarm Clock
Awaken gently each morning with a simulated LED sunrise and customizable alarm tones.

Lightning Detector
Use the I2C bus to add a lightning detector to your vulnerable projects and protect them from electrical storms.

BPi-R1 Router
The BPi-R1 is an attractive and affordable combination of switch, access point, and server.

Rasp Pi WebSocket Server
The powerful WebSocket protocol helps your small-board computer communicate with an Android device.

Scratch Programming: Mesh
Chat over a local network with a "secret" Scratch feature.

Enchanting Programming Language
This Scratch-based language is an easier way to program your Lego Mindstorms robots.

littleBits - sprintBits
Find out how fast you can run with the Pressure sensor, Motion trigger, Number, and Wireless bits.

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