Raspberry Pi enthusiasts searching for inspiration to create their next Raspberry Pi project, may be interested in this awesome Raspberry Pi 4-node cluster which has been built by YouTuber and software developer Davy Wybiral. The Raspberry Pi cluster has been built using the Python programming language and Davy has published a great twenty minute video explaining more about the Raspberry Pi cluster project and how you can create your very own version, check it out below.
Davy has also provided links to all the components you will need including the Raspbian operating system, Etcher, Angry IP Scanner and Fabric as well as a link to the PiRacks kits required to build a tower of Raspberry Pi mini PCs.
The Raspberry Pi stack case is open on all sides with each acrylic layer sporting a cutout to enable maximum air flow for each mini PC. The kit It is available to purchase from Amazon priced at around $35, and creates a stack that measures 5” high x 3” wide x 4” deep and no tools are required to construct it. The stack case is also compatible with all current Raspberry Pi boards whether it be a 3, 2, 1 A+, 1 B+, or Zero, and provides near 360 degree access to your Raspberry Pi boards and connections.
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