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Raspberry Pi Tutorial 2 – Remote Desktop & VNC on Mac 2017 UPDATE

Alright, “Remote Desktop” is a misnomer: this tutorial now focuses on only VNC communication with your Raspberry Pi, allowing you to access the desktop GUI remotely. It’s like remote desktop, but more secure. In this tutorial I show you how to access the desktop of your Raspberry Pi remotely on your LAN using your home computer. I have a separate tutorial for both Windows and Mac platforms, so be sure to check out the tutorial relevant to you!  

Raspberry Pi Tutorial 2 – Remote Desktop & VNC on PC 2017 UPDATE

Alright, “Remote Desktop” is a misnomer: this tutorial now focuses on only VNC communication with your Raspberry Pi, allowing you to access the desktop GUI remotely. It’s like remote desktop, but more secure. In this tutorial I show you how to access the desktop of your Raspberry Pi remotely on your LAN using your home computer. I have a separate tutorial for both Windows and Mac platforms, so be sure to check out the tutorial relevant to you!  

Raspberry Pi Tutorial 1 – Mac Headless Setup 2017 UPDATE

How to setup your Raspberry Pi Headless – now updated to reflect recent (Nov 2016) Raspbian operating system changes! In this tutorial I show you how to download, unpack, and flash a micro SD card with the Raspbian operating system and configure your Raspberry Pi for a headless setup.   A headless setup is one where you do not require a mouse, keyboard and monitor connected to your Raspberry Pi. This make the Pi even better – you can log in using any computer on your home network!  

Review of Raspberry PI Zero

The raspberry pi 0 (zero) is a small low cost version of the wildly popular raspberry pi linux platform. In this video we review the raspberry pi zero and compare it to the larger more expensive raspberry pi 3. Comparing features and hardware of the Raspberry Pi zero and Raspberry Pi 3 allows us to plan our future projects better.  

The Ultimate Raspberry Pi Project

To the edge of space and back with Raspberry Pi on a High Altitude Balloon (HAB). These students have had 5 successful launches sending the Raspberry Pi to the edge of Space and Back. They maintain telemetry via 2.39 GHz radios and stream live video back to earth throughout the flight.  

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