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Submitted by armchaircritic00 1081d ago | news

Engineers Build Supercomputer Using Raspberry Pi And Lego

NRM writes "Six-year old James Cox, dad Professor Simon Cox and other engineers at the University of Southampton have built a low-cost 'supercomputer' using nothing more than humble Lego blocks and 64 Raspberry Pi single-board computers." (PC hardware, Raspberry Pi)

fatstarr  +   1081d ago
thats pretty cool
and thats a great dad

that kid is gonna go places if he sticks to it.

wonder if you could make a low cost render farm using raspberry pi's

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