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Raspberry Pi cases available in South Africa
31 May 2015 | Updated 31 December 2018
Raspberry Pis are popularly being used as stand-alone media centres, task schedulers, desktops, etc. For these types of uses, these computers will need some form of protection. This post features 16 Raspberry Pi model B cases available in South Africa.
The Ironman suit
5 March 2015
Ironman (Tony Stark) is a superhero featured in the current Ironman and The Avenger movie series. In the story, this suit was created and upgraded by Tony after a chest injury to save his life and escape captivity.
433MHz RF communication from a Raspberry Pi
17 March 2016 | Updated 1 July 2017
This post will explain how to get up and running with the 433MHz RF Transmitter Receiver modules to send radio frequency signal-codes from a Raspberry Pi to other devices.