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Announcing the Intel Edison and SparkFun Blocks! - News - SparkFun Electronics

Announcing the Intel Edison and SparkFun Blocks! - News - SparkFun Electronics | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
An exciting new product from the folks at Intel - and SparkFun has add-ons!

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How to Make a Web Connected Robot for about $500 using an Arduino and Netbook - YouTube

arduino projects arduino tutorial arduino projects arduino tutorial Check the full tutorial here: http://goo.gl/XXyJcR Why would you want a Web Connected Rob...
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Arduino-based LED Wedding Lights

Arduino-based LED Wedding Lights | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
[Rob] created these amazing Bluetooth controlled LED lights for his daughter’s wedding adding a colorful ambient glow to the ceremony.

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this is very amazing and convincing tech

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Control your window shutters with JavaFX

Control your window shutters with JavaFX | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
@hansolo_ what about http://t.co/Zt6WA10NFI and http://t.co/XZiIlfoRmo (works with Raspberry Pi instead of #Beagleboard)
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Use NodeJS and Arduino to build a weather display · Node Disassemble!

Use NodeJS and Arduino to build a weather display · Node Disassemble! | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Use NodeJS and Arduino to Build A Weather Display: http://t.co/8FIpSVMjbD
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Build a Weather Reporting, News Reading Alarm Clock with a Raspberry Pi - Lifehacker

Build a Weather Reporting, News Reading Alarm Clock with a Raspberry Pi - Lifehacker | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Build a Weather Reporting, News Reading Alarm Clock with a Raspberry Pi
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Alarm clocks can be simple and boring. This DIY Raspberry Pi alarm clock wakes you up with a personalized greeting, weather, and top news.
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Arduino powered Solar Battery Charger

Arduino powered Solar Battery Charger | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
The following design is for a Solar battery charger ran by an Arduino Nano. It can handle a standard lead acid 12V battery, like for a scooter or a ca...
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Tiny Tuesdays! First Week - Audio TinyShield / TinyCircuits Blog

Tiny Tuesdays! First Week - Audio TinyShield / TinyCircuits Blog | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Welcome to Tiny Tuesdays! This is where we release a new product every Tuesday, and for our first Tiny Tuesday event we are releasing the TinyDuino Audio TinyShield. This TinyShield allows you to add audio to all of your Tiny projects and even stream wave files from a microSD card. Here's an overview video of the Audio TinyShield, and you can get to the product page here. You'll receive 10% off your entire order (expires Sept 8th, 2014) if you include the Audio TinyShield in your order. Use the coupon code: tinytuesdays at checkout to redeem.Check us out next Tuesday for another cool new product.
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Arduino Tutorial: Integrating Bluetooth LE and iOS | Ray Wenderlich

Arduino Tutorial: Integrating Bluetooth LE and iOS | Ray Wenderlich | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Learn how to control a servo wirelessly from your iPhone in this tutorial with Arduino, Bluetooth LE (low energy) and iOS.
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Pivena: A Raspberry Pi Laptop Inspired By Novena

Pivena: A Raspberry Pi Laptop Inspired By Novena | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
The Pivena is an open-source laser-cut wooden case with 3D printed plastic stand-offs and corner tie-ins.
It was inspired by the Novena open-hardware laptop from Sutajio Kosagi.
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How to set up Raspberry Pi, the little computer you can cook into DIY tech ... - PCWorld (blog)

How to set up Raspberry Pi, the little computer you can cook into DIY tech ... - PCWorld (blog) | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
How to set up Raspberry Pi, the little computer you can cook into DIY tech ...
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The Raspberry Pi is a computer about the size of a credit card.
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Inspire | BeagleBone Black Tutorials, Resources and Workshops

Inspire | BeagleBone Black Tutorials, Resources and Workshops | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Your home for BeagleBone Black Tutorials, Technical Resources and Tinkerer Workshops. Brought to you by Logic Supply
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Make a WiFi Weather Station With Arduino and the CC3000 chip - Open Home Automation

Make a WiFi Weather Station With Arduino and the CC3000 chip - Open Home Automation | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

 On this website you will find plenty of content around DIY home automation using open-source hardware. Enjoy the article! As open-source hardware users and makers, we love playing with new chips, boards and tools. And there is one chip which is quite popular these days: the CC3000 …

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Beagleboard:Expanding File System Partition On A microSD - eLinux.org

Beagleboard:Expanding File System Partition On A microSD - eLinux.org | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Did you buy a 32GB MicroSD card only to have Debian Jessie think it was on a 4GB card? Fix it with this. http://t.co/LVJ9qEyHCU
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Connect Your Beaglebone Black To Your Smart Phone

Connect Your Beaglebone Black To Your Smart Phone | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Use Bonescript to connect your Beaglebone Black to your smart phone. via inspire.logicsupply Overview Bonescript is an easy way to get started with programming on the BeagleBone Black. This tutoria...

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Bus stop Pac Man | Raspberry Pi

Bus stop Pac Man | Raspberry Pi | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
New post: hacking a Norwegian bus stop so you can play #PacMan on it. http://t.co/EEn6a47Xpa http://t.co/AIplXlTQ7v
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Arduino as a programmable logic controller (PLC)

Arduino as a programmable logic controller (PLC) | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Today we’ll explain how to exploit the potential of Arduino as a programmable logic controller, connecting it to appropriate interfaces for I/O.

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Raspberry pi tutorials pt 7 installing google chrome!!! - YouTube

in this silent raspberry pi tutorial i show you how to install a working version of google chrome commands used: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install chr... (VIDEO | Raspberry pi tutorials pt 7 installing google chrome!
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Reset A Forgotten Raspberry Pi Password With A Simple TXT File Edit - Lifehacker Australia

Reset A Forgotten Raspberry Pi Password With A Simple TXT File Edit - Lifehacker Australia | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Reset A Forgotten Raspberry Pi Password With A Simple TXT File Edit
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Your Pi will boot up like normal. When it's done, shut it back down, and take your SD card back to your computer.
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Azure, Windows Phone, Netduino, and some Ice makes for an interesting Ice Bucket Challenge... (Channel 9)

Azure, Windows Phone, Netduino, and some Ice makes for an interesting Ice Bucket Challenge... (Channel 9) | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Today's post would normally be a Hardware Friday post, but I've already got something queued and I wanted to get this one out, so instead of Hardware Friday I'll call this a Windows Phone Wednesday po
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BeagleBone Black and Software Defined Radio #beagleboneblack @TXInstruments @beagleboardorg

BeagleBone Black and Software Defined Radio #beagleboneblack @TXInstruments @beagleboardorg | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Drew Fustini writes- Software Defined Radio is an exciting technology and it was great to explore the possibilities when applied to the BeagleBone with cheap DVB-T USB sticks. It was an unexpected ...
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Módulos de radio frecuencia decodificados con arduino

en el mercado existen centenares de tiendas que venden controles RF con codificadores incluidos, para decodificarlos se requiere tener un receptor y su respe...
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Real-time programming with BeagleBone PRUs

Jason Kridner http://videos.pumpingstationone.org/video/27/real-time-programming-with-beaglebone-prus hopefully Jason can provide.
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Microsoft considering Raspberry Pi-like development boards for Windows Phone ... - PCWorld

Microsoft considering Raspberry Pi-like development boards for Windows Phone ... - PCWorld | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
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Thice.nl » Convert cheap 433Mhz sensors to KaKu/CoCo with an Arduino convertor

Thice.nl » Convert cheap 433Mhz sensors to KaKu/CoCo with an Arduino convertor | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
I moved to the HomeWizard from a different (alarm) system which contained a lot of 433Mhz sensors which I could not hook up to the HomeWizard. Because I did not want to throw all these sensors away I built a middle-ware system with an Arduino and some code which can convert the non-supported codes in to HomeWizard supported codes (KaKu / CoCo style codes). The middle-ware receives a code and then translates that to a code which can be understood by the HomeWizard.
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