seismographs are small but powerful professional-grade earthquake monitors that connect to the world's largest citizen science-based seismic network. Powered by the popular Raspberry Pi computer, they are excellent additions to any geoscience classroom and curriculum. Raspberry Shake devices provide students with the ability to interpret and visualize real data that has real meaning with research-grade scientific instrumentation.
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The Raspberry Shake 1D model is our most popular device for education because of its accuracy, versatility, accessibility and user-friendliness. Check out edu.raspberryshake.org to learn how to use it in your classroom! Photo by Raspberry Shake
An example of an earthquake recorded by the Raspberry Shake seismograph, being displayed on the T3 alliance Raspberry Pi Starter Kit. The students used networking and programming skills to use Raspberry Shakes rsudp python program, which alerts and captures a screenshot of any earthquakes the Raspberry Shake detects, as well as sends out a tweet alert. Photo by Gabriel Low San Germán, Puerto Rico
Kiara Green, an Upward Bound student in the T3 Alliance program, builds a Raspberry Shake seismograph in Barranquitas, Puerto Rico Photo by Gabriel Low