Announcing PiCockpit’s File Editor App

We’re thrilled to announce our new File Editor App that allows you to create and edit files and directories remotely on your Raspberry Pi! Even more than that, with our File Editor App, you’ll be able to get assistance from our AI system: RaspiGPT. This app gives you full control over the file system on…

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Use a Raspberry Pi & BME688 to Measure Indoor Air Quality

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Whether at home or in the office, your indoor air quality can affect your productivity. By attaching a BME688 sensor board to your Raspberry Pi, you can monitor your indoor air quality with ease! If you’re not familiar with the BME688 sensor board, allow to me to start off with a brief description. The BME688…

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The 10 BEST ESP32 Projects of 2023

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We’ve written about a whole bunch of ESP32 projects this year. Although the end of 2023 isn’t yet upon us, it’s fast approaching. And we thought it was about time to collect our list of the best ESP32 projects of 2023. So if you missed them, here’s your opportunity to catch up. But first, let…

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Paragon Project: AI Generative Keyboard

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I have been watching this project over the past few weeks and I think it’s time to share it in our Paragon Projects series, mostly because I’m too excited not to share it! It’s a keyboard that learns how you type and then helps write text. Perhaps coolest of all – it helps create prompts…

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Everything about the Google Coral USB Accelerator

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On one of our YouTube videos about artificial intelligence, a commenter wrote that they weren’t that interested in a mystery AI box. It inspired me to write an article unraveling the mystery. So here is everything you need to know about the Google Coral USB Accelerator. The Coral USB Accelerator is primarily designed for low-power,…

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Paragon Project: Kevin McAleer’s Googley Googley Eyes

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I’m very excited to feature one of Kevin McAleer’s many brilliant project for our Paragon Project series – namely, Kevin’s Googley Googley Eyes. They’re googly eyes that can tell you what they see! If you don’t know Kevin’s work, you can check out his website here and his very popular YouTube channel here. The project…

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Paragon Project: Feeding Birds with a Raspberry Pi

Birders (and birds) rejoice! With this smart bird feeder, you can now feed birds and inconspicuously watch them, while even learning about them – all with your Raspberry Pi! On Reddit, hermy65 came up with this fantastic project – a smart bird feeder using WhosAtMyFeeder, a popular app that uses images from Frigate, an open-source…

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RaspiGPT – Build an AI assistant

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With the meteoric rise of language models such as GPT-4 we wanted to bring the power of AI to PiCockpit. So our developer Chloe designed the new RaspiGPT Tool for PiCockpit, which is a GPT based AI assistant. It’s purpose is to answer Rasperry Pi related questions right here in PiCockpit. Of course if you…

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An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

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These days AI is all over the IT place. But how does it work? And how can you create Artificial Intelligence yourself? In this article, I will explain everything you need to know to get started with AI. AI History Humans have thought about bringing things to life since ancient times. But especially with the…

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