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Pi-Cars are back – delivered by ModMyPi

Sorry that we have not been able to supply Pi-Cars or Pi-Cars took kits recently. Unfortunately the Pi-Cars warehouse (i.e. our garage) had to be turned into a playroom due to the rampaging of this guy: Robust though they are, Pi-Cars had no … Continue reading

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Pi-Cars appears in Raspberry Pi For Dummies!

Pi-Cars appears in the new book Raspberry Pi For Dummies by Sean McManus and Mike Cook, in a chapter at the end that outlines some inspiring Raspberry Pi projects. Co-author Sean McManus told us: “The book gets people up and … Continue reading

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Jump start – get your Pi-Car going with the Pi Store and Scratch

Set-up This Jump start assumes that you have a Raspberry Pi up and running and you are able to able to access the screen with the big Raspberry Pi showing on it and importantly it also has the Pi Store … Continue reading

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Jump start – get your Pi-Car going as quickly as you can with Python

If you have been waiting for your Pi-Car and just want to try and make it do something as quick as possible start here. This Jump start assumes that you have a Raspberry Pi up and running and you are … Continue reading

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What is a pi-car and why does it exist?

What is a Pi-Car? A Pi-Car is a radio controlled car that you are able to control from a program running on your Raspberry Pi. Why does a Pi-Car exist? The Pi-Cars mission is life is that anyone who uses … Continue reading

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Cats, cameras and cars

Thanks very much for all your interest in the competition we are running for a free Pi-Car – and of course to Raspberry Pi for featuring us in their Sunday Grab Bag so you could all find us. The response has … Continue reading

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Pi-Cars – control your radio controlled cars through your raspberry pi

Everyone loves a radio controlled car and a quick look in the toy cupboard of any household will normally reveal at least one and most probably more in various states of disrepair – you can also guarantee that the batteries … Continue reading

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