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The Magpi goes Infrared
The months are going quickly. The November issue of The MagPi is already out, and the main feature is the Pi’s new infrared camera module.
Andrew Back of RS Components takes a look at the night-vision, nature-watching capabilities of the Pi NoiR.
Inside the covers there’s also an article on the Raspberry Pi at CERN, the PiVision GUI, and another Scratch programming tutorial with BrickPi, and a lot more. Worth checking out, and it’s all free.
It’s edited by Ash Stone.
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