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Monthly Archives: January 2013
This mini-project uses a Raspberry Pi as a RAID array controller. Now it won’t be the fastest raid controller on the planet, but if you’re only doing a bit of streaming, and a bit of backup, and would like a bit of redundancy, then this solution might be for you. OK, maybe not. The performance will be slow. Very slow. This article is not meant to be a serious solution, I just did it because I could. I did it to see if it would work. And it seemed to.
Here’s another in the series of articles of photographic uses for the Raspberry Pi SBC (Single Board Computer). This time, it’s re-purposing an old flatbed scanner as a macro rail for focus stacking images in macro photography.