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Our latest board is here, the TroPi! Add a bar of LEDs to your Raspberry Pi to make it glow or take the TroPi and build it into your very own trophy.

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Using a Raspberry Pi, a PiBorg ZeroBorg and inspiration from new micro-organisms, artists Anna Dumitriu and Alex May have created ArchaeaBot, an underwater life form which is touring the UK and Europe.

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Use the trophy lid kit and a TroPi to build your very own trophy using the Raspberry Pi.

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Getting started guide for the TroPi add on board, add LEDs to your project.

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Wow! What a weekend it has been! Massive thank you shoutout to Michael Horne and Tim Richardson for putting together what has been an absolutely fantastically organised weekend! Being my first ever Pi Wars, and not really understanding anything technically (at least not yet!) it was great to start engaging in the community, though. I met so...

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To follow these instructions, you will need a DiddyBorg v2, a Raspberry Pi touchscreen, a second Raspberry Pi, a second SD card with a recent version of Raspian installed, and a DiddyBorg v2 Touch Screen Kit Recent versions of Raspbian should not require extra software to run the touchscreen. For older versions you may need to update the Pi before connecting the touchscreen: sudo...

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Play chase with your YetiBorg v2 Robots can make really fun pets and YetiBorg v2 is no exception. The best thing about pets is being able to play games and teach tricks, so we thought we would teach YetiBorg v2 how to follow us like a dog :) With this example you can see how we can get your robot to follow you around using only the camera. Parts...

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Step 1. Open the box. If using a knife or blade, be careful not to cut deep as the Perspex parts are on top. Step 2. In the packaging are two rolled up bubble wrap bags. These contain motor mounts and hubs - don't discard them! Step 3. Lay out the parts to make sure you have everything. There should...

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Step 0: Ensure you have all parts as shown above. Step 1: You should have three Perspex parts. Step 2: Remove the protective film from the Chassis. Step 3: Orient the chassis so that the spoon shaped cutout is at the bottom and the oval is to the right. Add one of the [small...

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If you wish to use a PlayStation 3 controller to control your Raspberry Pi robots then here are some details which may help. Setup for the Pi Zero W and Raspbian running Pixel If you are using a version of Raspbian which is running Pixel then you can setup the PS3 controller using the GUI. If you have a Pi 3 or Pi Zero W then you already have...

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Today, ModMyPi and PiBorg have announced that they are joining forces to bring a new range of high quality add-on boards and accessories to a global market. Both ModMyPi and PiBorg have been around since the early days of the Raspberry Pi Model B going on sale; ModMyPi were one of the first companies to design and manufacture injection molded cases for the Model B and have since...

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Installation issues Permission denied, file not found, 404 or similar: There are a few possible causes of this: Out of disk space: We have occasionally seen this with people who have smaller SD cards, check by using df If the Use% column reads 99 or 100% on rootfs you probably need to remove some files to free up space Unable to find file / 404: Most likely the...

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Diablo - the ultimate in motor control Diablo is the most powerful PiBorg motor control board to date. It controls two DC motors in forwards and reverse with pulse width modulation (PWM) which is useful for speed control and various stepper and solenoid control applications. Controlled over I2C, it can interface to 2.5V, 3.3V, and 5V I/O allowing it to interface to the Raspberry Pi, Arduino, RIoT board, Beagle Bone,...

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Features Dual motor controller Large power input Voltage range of 6-40V Power output Current Max limited to 55A continuous per channel Supports different batteries for each motor Speed Control and bidirectional Controls 2xDC motors or one stepper motor (4,5, or 6 wire) Easily add additional Diablo PCBs to add more motors Uses I2C SCK/SDA and Power/GND pins for communications Can interface to 2.5V, 3.3V, and 5V I/O enable use with many control boards:...

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