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Meet up

Inspire creation with technology such as the Raspberry Pi over a pint.

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Tuesday, 26th June at CodeNode, London

This meetup is organised by Raspberry Pint Starts at 6:45 PM.

Are you working on a Raspberry Pi project? Would you like some help, or are interested in sharing what you know? Join this month's Raspberry Pint!

Inspire creation with technology such as the Raspberry Pi over a pint.

Are you working on a Raspberry Pi project? Would you like some help, or are interested in sharing what you know? Join this month's Raspberry Pint!

We encourage people to stand up and speak about their Raspberry Pi experiences, cool projects and give easy tutorials.

Many people bring along their projects to show off (quite right too) and get some help and advice with some sticky problem.

All are welcome!

Spy Cam Using Open CV

Ben Clifford is back with another talk after his excellent heat control project talk. This time he is talking about a motion sensing domestic spy camera using a Pi Zero and OpenCV. This project sounds a bit James Bond and uses the popular and capable Open Source Computer Vision library.

Ben Clifford

Ben's career has spanned supercomputing, distributed systems, and programming languages, and taken him all across the world from Los Angeles to Johannesburg. Most recently he has been based in London taking Haskell work where he can find it.

Home-made Homekit (Apple®) Controlled Dimmer

Great to have Carl present to us for the first time. Carl is going to explain his from scratch Homekit controlled dimmer switch based on a RPi2. Includes a Docker container, so will give the attendees an understanding of Docker technology, which has a really cute logo – no idea if that is the reason for its popularity.

Carl Peto

I have spent 20 or 30 years working with all kinds of computer tech I could get my hands on. From big machines back in the 90s down to little shiny phones you hold in your hand nowadays. Writing iOS since pretty much the first iPhones, my day job is Swift fanatic with a dash of objective C and a side interest in "IoT". I'm currently working at a start up specialising in high tech IoT projects. And Arduino and Pi have been my side interest for ages. Half my flat is connected to one prototype or another.

Thanks to our sponsors

Overview

Are you working on a Raspberry Pi project? Would you like some help, or are interested in sharing what you know? Join this month's Raspberry Pint!

Inspire creation with technology such as the Raspberry Pi over a pint.

Are you working on a Raspberry Pi project? Would you like some help, or are interested in sharing what you know? Join this month's Raspberry Pint!

We encourage people to stand up and speak about their Raspberry Pi experiences, cool projects and give easy tutorials.

Many people bring along their projects to show off (quite right too) and get some help and advice with some sticky problem.

All are welcome!

Spy Cam Using Open CV

Ben Clifford is back with another talk after his excellent heat control project talk. This time he is talking about a motion sensing domestic spy camera using a Pi Zero and OpenCV. This project sounds a bit James Bond and uses the popular and capable Open Source Computer Vision library.

Ben Clifford

Ben's career has spanned supercomputing, distributed systems, and programming languages, and taken him all across the world from Los Angeles to Johannesburg. Most recently he has been based in London taking Haskell work where he can find it.

Home-made Homekit (Apple®) Controlled Dimmer

Great to have Carl present to us for the first time. Carl is going to explain his from scratch Homekit controlled dimmer switch based on a RPi2. Includes a Docker container, so will give the attendees an understanding of Docker technology, which has a really cute logo – no idea if that is the reason for its popularity.

Carl Peto

I have spent 20 or 30 years working with all kinds of computer tech I could get my hands on. From big machines back in the 90s down to little shiny phones you hold in your hand nowadays. Writing iOS since pretty much the first iPhones, my day job is Swift fanatic with a dash of objective C and a side interest in "IoT". I'm currently working at a start up specialising in high tech IoT projects. And Arduino and Pi have been my side interest for ages. Half my flat is connected to one prototype or another.

Thanks to our sponsors

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