Snips purports to be the “first private by design voice assistant” that you can deploy on your own Raspberry Pi, Android, or Linux device. It’s a compelling concept and there are some intriguing projects over on GitHub.
Content tagged “Raspberry Pi”
PaperCart – Make an Atari 2600 that plays QR codes | Code Dojo
It’s kind of mind-blowing that games that originally sold for over $30 ($70+ in 2018 money) can now be completely stored in a QR code on a small piece of paper.
Nina Makes | Builds | NeXT Computer Replica - Raspberry Pi Case
This build is a 10cm x 10cm x 10cm replica of the NeXT Computer to house a Raspberry Pi computer. An original NeXT Computer was used by web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee as the first web server and this replica was in homage to that.
This delightful project by Nina Richards demonstrates how she created a case for a Raspberry Pi that mimics the industrial design of the very first Web server.
DIY Time Capsule with a Raspberry Pi
As a Mac user I’ve always used Time Machine for local backups. The only issue is that it requires plugging a drive directly into your machine or buying an Apple Time Capsule. At $200–$400 that’s not a cheap option for NAS backups. So I set out to create my own DIY Time Capsule using a 3TB Hard Drive and a Raspberry Pi.
A helpful tutorial from Caleb Woods outlining how to use a handful of packages—including netatalk—to create a Time Machine-compatible backup system using a Raspberry Pi.
Getting started with Raspberry Pi — PaulStamatiou.com
What you can do with a tiny $35 computer and how I built a digital photo frame.
Paul Stamatiou goes way in-depth with a rundown of some of the many things you can do with a Raspberry Pi.