The Arduino is a cheap, fun way to get into building your own electronics. It can also be daunting to get started. Here, we’ll show you how to get a start-to-finish Arduino primer with a killer project: building a sweet robot arm.
....I've been working on a remote battery-powered monitor which will live in the greenhouse and transmit temperature data over wireless (not WiFi) to a Raspberry Pi at home. The Pi will log the data and display historic values on a website which we can view from a browser or smartphone.
Back in February, when we launched Raspberry Pi 2, the sharp-eyed among you will have noticed the folks at Microsoft making an announcement about bringing Windows 10 for IoT to the Raspberry Pi. We’re excited to share that it landed today – along with a ridiculously cool demo.
We’ve seen plenty of ways to turn a Raspberry Pi into a music player, but Instructables user mkarvonen shows off how to add a touchscreen into the mix so you can also easily control that music right from the Pi.
But the main thing here is not the performance boost, which means that the device now really comes into its own as people start experimenting with how to take advantage of the extra power, but the possibilities that come with support for new software.
We've seen a lot of projects recently that take advantage of the Raspberry Pi 2's augmented abilities. With the increased processor power and double the memory, it puts a lot more utility in the user'...
Although we are not the biggest news item at the show, NETMF does have a significant presence as part of the overall platform solution offerings for the Internet of Things. We decided to specifically showcase some of the new things that we are working on for 4.4.
Check out this Raspberry Pi powered compact camera that uses PiJuice, an all in one battery module, to power the device. I’m so excited about this new project! A truly compact and portable Raspberry Pi Camera and it’s easy as anything to build!
The most fascinating project you can build is something with a bunch of blinky hypnotic LEDs, and the easiest way to build this is with a bunch of individually addressable RGB LEDs. [Ole] has a grea...
Microsoft seems to be getting more and more Maker friendly, and today their courtship moves further forward with the surprise announcement of two new collaborations with microcontroller makers Arduino.
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