News tagged ‘raspberry pi’
Wednesday, 22 Jan 2014
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Wednesday, 30 Oct 2013
The Pi NoIR Infrared camera module is a variant of the existing visible light Raspberry Pi camera module stocked by RS since the end of last year, and features the same 5-megapixel image sensor as its predecessor with the optical light filter removed to enable IR light frequencies.
Wednesday, 16 Oct 2013
RS Components (RS) has released two new product bundles featuring the Raspberry Pi Model A board and the Raspberry Pi camera module.
Thursday, 16 May 2013
The Raspberry Pi camera module is now shipping for US$25. First demoed at the Electronica trade fair last November, the camera module contains a 5MP CMOS image sensor from OmniVision built with a 1.4 micron backside illuminated pixel architecture.
Tuesday, 26 Mar 2013
RS Components has announced that it will be shipping the new Model A version of Raspberry Pi, the low-cost, credit card-sized computer board designed to boost the uptake of programming among young people and enthusiasts worldwide.
Friday, 8 Mar 2013
RS Components have announced their Raspberry Pi Anniversary Competition to celebrate its first anniversary by giving 1,000 pieces of commemorative blue Model B boards. These boards are not for sale but from March to June of this year, you can enter into competitions to win one of these boards!
Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012
A team at the University of Southampton in the UK has built a supercomputer out of Raspberry Pi computers and Lego. They've also published a guide on how to make your own Raspberry Pi supercomputer.
Monday, 23 Jul 2012
RS Components and Allied Electronics are now taking general orders for the Raspberry Pi, a credit-card sized computer board that plugs into a TV and a keyboard.
Thursday, 1 Mar 2012
The US$35 Raspberry Pi single-board computer was launched and was promptly sold out. It was developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation to encourage the teaching of basic computer science in schools.