Following on from my Ground Control to Major Tom project, I offer a simple Dashboard using a two line LCD Display and some cheap components to show in real-time what's happening with your flight receiver. If you want to know more, check out this article to build your own.
Have you incorporated the awesome Argon40 Fan Hat into your Pi Solution and need to know which GPIO Pins are used to avoid clashes with your own projects? Then look no further, as the answers a click away!
You want to install OctoPrint to help with 3D Printing, and you're running multiple projects on your Raspberry Pi. This article will show you step by step how to manually install OctoPrint on your project Pi if the pre-built image isn't suitable for your environment.
I seem to have amassed a collections of Raspberry Pi's awaiting installation in various projects. To help organise my office, I created a storage solution that may help and it's free to download and print using your own 3D Printer or favourite 3D Print Service.
The DeskPi Pro offers more than just a case and cooling solution for Raspberry Pi Fans. It's such a shame the Initial release was dogged with faulty daughter boards.
The Linux community do more for Digital preservation than big corporations and original equipment manufacturers. They keep obsolete hardware a purpose in life once again, and today's article is my experience of connecting a legacy Microsoft GPS Receiver to the Pi and how to do it.
Need to ensure your Raspberry Pi is patched and up-to-date? This article shows you how to add an auto-schedule script to check and upgrade your pi unattended.
Welcome back to the second part of my Flight Tracking project. If you haven’t already, check out part 1 for information on how to build one of these amazing devices. […]
Have you ever thought about the aircraft that's flying overhead and wondered what it is and where it's going? Well wonder no more in this simple Raspberry Pi project implementing the FlightAware project!