Build a Weather Reporting, News Reading Alarm Clock with a Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Alarm clocks can be simple and boring. This DIY Raspberry Pi alarm clock wakes you up with a personalized greeting, weather, and top news.
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.
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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Reset A Forgotten Raspberry Pi Password With A Simple TXT File Edit Lifehacker Australia Your Pi will boot up like normal. When it's done, shut it back down, and take your SD card back to your computer.
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.