‘Many of One’ by Aldo Hoeben. A Raspberry Pi 4 uses an AI model to find faces in a live webcam feed, projecting the found faces onto a 3d printed face. The observer is confronted with a somewhat distorted self image forced onto the generic shape. When no face is found, the average of all faces shown so far is dispayed. Photo by Jaap.Two Raspberry Pi 5s being demo’d. Behind them is a print of Jeff Geerling’s X-ray image of a Raspberry Pi 5.Maciej Sokołowski with his LED matrix (7.000 Neopixels) showing the live images from a thermal camera. Photo by Jaap. ‘Pi Droid (JA-AP)’ by Andy Warburton is a fully 3D-printed astromech droid powered by three Raspberry Pis! A Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W is powering the motors and audio, a Pico W in the head is controlling the lights and there is a Pico W in the controller to drive the droid around.Andy Warburton’s Gameboy Zero contains a Raspberry Pi Zero W capable of emulating not just game boy games but everything up to and including the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo (and yes – it can run Doom!). Harry (also by Andy Warburton) is wearing strands of Neopixels driven by a Raspberry Pi Pico. Photo by Andy.‘Ligna’ by Aldo Hoeben. A Raspberry Pi Pico controls the speed of a set of fans, causing the line hanging in the center to dance.‘LED³’ by Maciej Sokołowski. 1 Pi Pico + 384 Neopixels + 9 DoF IMU = lots of fun 🙂‘Remnants’ by Laura Dunwoody. “In a poetic approach driven by fear, Remnants serves as a metaphor that explores the fragments and traces we collect to shape our beings in the present. The motivation for this project was to preserve and understand the threads of the past of my Grandmother in the face of the ever-changing currents of time.” Materials: 3 Raspberry Pis, telvisions and a WiFi router.Stef Boerhout showing off a media player based on Volumio with a HiFi Berry DAC+, and a monitor with AMBI Light, powered by a Raspberry Pi running Hyperbian. Photo by Stef. Retro-gaming OS Batocera running on a Raspberry Pi 5.Retro-gaming OS Retropie running on a Raspberry Pi 3B+.‘Living QR code’ by Jaap Meijers. By hacking the QR code algorithm a little, the live videostream of the webcam is now part of this QR-code. Materials: Raspberry Pi 5, television, webcam, and visual programming tool Processing. Photo by Aldo.A Philips television case from 1958 containing a Raspberry Pi 3A+ with a second-hand computer monitor, showing a video using Videolooper.
‘Colour blender’ by Jaap Meijers. Colour sets can be changed and made to blend at different speeds using the switch.
Materials: our old kitchen blender, Raspberry Pi Pico and 200 Neopixels.
Infrasound sonic monitor with Raspberry Pi by Louis Braddock Clarke. Workshop Programming Raspberry Pi Pico’s with help from volunteers of Coderdojo The Hague. Photo by Aldo.
‘Timeslice’ by Aldo Hoeben. “A Raspberry Pi 1 shows a time-displaced camera view, illiciting the observer to move their body as they figure out what the display is showing.” Photo by Jaap.
‘Stained Pixels’ by Aldo Hoeben. “A Raspberry Pi Zero shows a photo distorted by a pixelshader on a display that has been stripped of all but its – somewhat transparent – LCD panel. The dynamically distorted image shares characteristics with a stained glass window. But it moves!”
Official Raspberry Pi reseller Elektronicavoorjou.nl was there to show and sell Pi related products. Photo by Aldo.