Detect Earthquakes & Watch the Earth Move

Professional grade seismograph and infrasound monitors that anyone can use to record and visualize both natural and human activity.

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Detect Earthquakes &
Watch the Earth Move

Professional grade seismograph and infrasound monitors that anyone can use to record and visualize both natural and human activity.

Click below to discover how Raspberry Shakes can be used for:

Click below to discover how Raspberry Shakes can be used for:

Hobbyists & Citizen Science Projects

Monitor earthquakes and all types of ground motion activity from inside your home.

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Outreach & Education

Teach all aspects of STEM with a fun and interactive classroom seismograph for all ages.

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Professional purposes

Low-cost, high quality seismological instruments with data comparable to broadband seismographs.

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Hobbyists & Citizen Science Projects

Monitor earthquakes and all types of ground motion activity from inside your home.

Discover more →

Outreach & Education

Teach all aspects of STEM with a fun and interactive classroom seismograph for all ages.

Discover more →

Professional purposes

Low-cost, high quality seismological instruments with data comparable to broadband seismographs.

Discover more →

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Jefferson Chang, Oklahoma Geological Survey

It is a fun way to tinker with new technology, but it is also helping move the science forward. Not only does the Raspberry Shake detect and visualize earthquakes, but having citizen scientists share their Raspberry Shake data increases Oklahoma’s seismic network coverage, and allows the Oklahoma Geological Survey to detect more earthquakes more accurately. It is a win-win situation for everyone involved.

Dr Paula Koelemeijer, Royal Society University Research Fellow at Royal Holloway University of London

Since 2019 I have been using Raspberry Shake instruments and I absolutely love them. They are very powerful, recording interesting local phenomena (your neighbours’ washing machines for example) as well as teleseismic events (easily picking up magnitude 5.5 earthquakes from the other side of the globe). They couldn’t be easier to install and the fact that you can download the data straight from the Raspberry Shake servers is amazing! I couldn’t recommend them more for citizen science and research projects as well as outreach.

Rémy Bossu, EMSC

It is more than a gadget! It can be used to locally densify networks to lower magnitude of completeness, it can be an alternative in regions where the situation does not allow the deployment of scientific grade seismometers, can also help for discriminating quarry blasts etc

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