Design Process To me, the MINEBLOCK project represents an excellent example of the convergence of a vast number of technical, digital, physical and human constraints. Knowing that being able to keep a close eye on all of these considerations simultaneously was going to be next to impossible, I asked a few friends to help with […] Read more – ‘Mineblock Product Design’.
One of the first things you do with a Raspberry Pi is connect it to a wifi or ethernet network but what if you don’t have an extra keyboard or screen available, but you have a laptop? There are times when a HDMI monitor is not available to use with your Raspberry Pi. In those circumstances it can […] Read more – ‘Connecting directly to RPi’.
Over the week I’m working on two current areas of practical research for Mineblock. The first has to do with one of the biggest gotchas of working with networked devices, particularly ones with no screen: getting it on the network and talking to it. The second is about installation and interaction: choosing the level of flexibility. This […] Read more – ‘Wifi my Pi’.
This is the first of a series of articles about RaspberryPi, I’ll start with a few introductory tutorials to get you up and running. The first thing you’ll want to do once you have a Raspberry Pi is set it up with an operating system. If you’re wondering about the best place to buy a […] Read more – ‘Creating RaspberryPi Disk Images’.