To some of us, hacking an RC Car to simply follow a black line or avoid obstacles is too easy, and we're sure [Shazin] would agree with that, since he created an RC Car that follows your face! The first step to this project was to ...
Geeky gadgets Raspberry Pi BADGEr ePaper Weather Station Geeky gadgets The BADGEr ePaper Weather Station uses the Raspberry Pi to show the current date, sunrise time, sunset time, weather forecast, chance of precipitation, temperature (high) and...
Teaching the Raspberry Pi how to read analog inputs is easier than you think! The Pi does not include a hardware analog to digital converter, but a external ADC (such as the MCP3008) can be used along with some bit banged SPI code in python to read external analog devies. Here is a short list of some analog inputs that could be used with this setup.
Sommeliers use these simple machines to handle heavy, expensive bottles of wine. [Logi.cals] added sensors and a stepper motor to a very nice looking specimen and automated the decanting process with a Raspberry Pi.
This is a very, very small project that shows just how to build an Arduino Yúnpowered Camera application: It grabs photos from an USB camera connected to the Yún, saves them periodically on a uSD card and uploads them to a web host where a gallery is automatically created based upon the number of images in the upload folder. This project might be for interest for people that are just getting started with the Yún and want to explore more of its capabilities…
The Arduberry unites Arduino shields and the Raspberry Pi with a simple, inexpensive hardware solution thats easy to attach to your Raspberry Pi mini PC bringing the physical world to your Raspberry Pi. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Arduberry project and see it in action.
Geeky gadgets Raspberry Pi 4MB F-RAMDisk Offers Super Fast Read/Write Speeds Geeky gadgets Raspberry Pi users looking for a faster way to read and write files and data within their Raspberry Pi mini PC system might be interested in new Raspberry Pi...
Arduino Real Time Dr. Dobb's Look at the Arduino, just as an example. The old ATmega 8 chip had 8K words of flash and 1K of RAM. The newer versions of Arduino often use an ATmega328, which has 32K of flash and 2K of RAM.
Our resident coding guru, Vincent, walks us through a brilliant Raspberry Pi project that you can use in your classroom. Thanks to the GPIO pins on the Raspberry Pi, you can attach a lot of external sensors.
If you have a Raspberry Pi camera module, you’ve probably used raspistill and raspivid, which are command line tools for using the camera. Dave Jones, a Database Admin, software developer and SQL know-it-all based in Manchester has been working on an equivalent, feature complete implementation of these in Python. This means you can access the camera module directly from a Python script, without using os.system or executing a subprocess.
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