Raspberry Pi

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Raspberry Pi was a big thing a few years ago: cheap computing for the masses. It gained a cult following and I thought my mildly-geeky son might get involved. But he never took an interest.

An interesting tweet popped into my feed about projects/ uses for Raspberry Pi. Most seemed somewhat inane, but one seemed interesting, and potentially interesting to anyone living in Thailand: using RasPi to create an air quality monitoring station (and potentially other weather-related features). As this can be literally life or death in certain places, when the burning season starts, it might be of interest, and whilst a bit 'techy' it isn't overly complex:

Raspberry Pi outdoor air quality monitor project

Are Raspberry Pi parts available in Korat? Seems likely they are.