Raspberry Pi Vehicle – What’s in the package


December 29, 2015


Before you start the instruction you should find out what parts in the package:

  1. 1 x Two wheels vehicle car chassis set
  2. 1 x Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
  3. 1 x L298N Motor Board
  4. 1 x SG 90 Servo & accessories
  5. 1 x HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor
  6. 1 x 9V Battery Case
  7. 1 x Mini Breadboard
  8. 1 x Dupont Cables
  9. 4 x Small Copper Piles (30mm) & Bolts

I will describe each part below:

Two wheels vehicle car chassis set

This set includes the following small parts:

  1. 1 x Chassis Panel
  2. 2 x Gear Motors
  3. 2 x Wheels
  4. 1 x Back wheel
  5. 2 x Motor Fasteners
  6. 4 x M3 x 16mm Screws
  7. 4 x M3 Copper Piles

2WD Chassis

Raspberry Pi 2 Model B

raspberry pi

L298N Motor Board


SG 90 Servo & accessories

sg90 servo

HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor


9V Battery Case


Mini Breadboard


Dupont Cables


Small Copper Piles (30mm) & Bolts


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The Ard and the Gard


December 17, 2015

The food replicator is a sophisticated deep-space exploration asset, that guarantees taste and style while looting through the interspace. Food generators usually deliver full dishes, this robot generates food in its basic and freshest state. The core-ecosystem is an aquaponic universal bio mass generator that, given the right dimensions, can grow virtually any life-form. The robot operates with a closed loop water cycle serving as a protein suspension agent. A photon emitter mimics light-cycles of planet Earth. Just like the replicators built into spaceship enterprise this robot runs best with 220V and 40 liters of H2O. The system is controlled and automated with an arduino, a raspberry-pi running node.js and a 10 fold relay board.

If you’ve ever wanted to make your own food from scratch then you might want to take a further look at this. Using energy and water to produce edible plants and biomass. This might be a precaution that you want to take in case disaster strikes. This project needs the following components:

  • 3×really useful boxes 35 liter
  • 1×ATX PSU
  • 1×raspberry-Pi
  • 1×arduinouno atmega 328p
  • 1×8 Channel Relay board
  • 1×2 Channel Relay board
  • 1×wi-fi dongle
  • 1×usb-hub
  • 1×webcam
  • 1×tornado light bulbphillips 220V AC

If you would like to learn more and want instructions on how to make this project visit:

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Raspberry Pi Vintage Arcade

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December 7, 2015

Mix classic style with a slice of originality and you have your very own vintage arcade. Of course Raspberry Pi is behind everything- delivering the the results you want without failure! With over 1000 of the games in the early 80s made readily available through this convenient device.

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Raspberry Pi Baby Monitor

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December 4, 2015

The Raspberry Pi is an incredible tool which can be used for a variety of projects. It handles many tasks well, but is not meant to serve as a powerful desktop PC or replace a multi-core server. However small projects such as being used as a baby monitor is a slice of cake. Find out how to make one at:

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iTorch Raspberry Pi Flashlight Projector

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December 4, 2015

The versatility of the Raspberry Pi would not let a possible torch project unnoticed. And here it is- your very own DIY Raspberry Pi torch. Augmenting your reality, The iTorch raspberry pi flashlight projector is a truly marvellous masterpiece with a cross haired aiming system that brings your tracking moving objects to a new level-

Find out how it works and how to make your own at:

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Raspberry Heart Rate Sensor

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December 4, 2015

Ever had a stroke or heart attack? The chances of getting another stroke after the first is significantly higher than before. Precautions must be taken and the Raspberry Pi offers one such precaution. Meet the Raspberry Heart Rate Sensor, detecting your heart rate and displaying it using LEDs. Your parent’s have heart problems but you don’t want them to live in the hospital? DIY and make this device, find out how at:

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Raspberry Water Presence Sensor

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December 4, 2015

A more scientific/industrial approach to the Raspberry Pi, this project aims to detect the presence of water within buildings. If water is detected an alarm will be sent to you to warn you in case of a flood. It is highly advised to test the sensor first before putting it to you as a false alarm may cause disruption and a broken alarm could result in destruction of property and harm towards people. Find out how to build one at:

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Raspberry Camera Photo Gallery

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December 4, 2015

Create your own photo album with your imagination. Raspberry Pi allows a more complex approach towards photography letting you personalise your camera at a whole new level. Ordinary cameras are flawed in the fact that they can only take pictures of whats in front of them. Find out what makes the Raspberry camera so special at:

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Raspberry Air Conditioning

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December 4, 2015

With air conditioning prices soaring through the air there have been a lot of steps taking in order to develop new systems that meet all the air conditioning requirements in order to satisfy customers. Meet Raspberry Pi’s air conditioning, with a total price of under $80 one would say that it’s a budget short-lived piece of work. But you forget; you’re the one who’s going to make it and it’s up to you to make it last. Find out the basic steps at:


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Raspberry Catches Santa Claus

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December 4, 2015

It’s Christmas folks! Ever wanted to catch Santa when you were a kid? You most likely wouldn’t have ever had the chance. But now you do! Well, you wouldn’t but your children or your grandchildren would. This Scratch program uses a low-cost, infra-red detector to set off an alarm when Santa sneaks into your room. It’s a great introduction to using simple sensors on the Raspberry Pi, and can be adapted to lots of different projects. Ideal for children of ages ranging from 8-12 (kids usually don’t believe in Santa after they reach their teenage years anyways).

Find out how to create this project at:

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