ElectronicsWeekly.com Python powered percussion with the Raspberry Pi Glockenspiel! ElectronicsWeekly.com Thanks to RaspberryPi.org for highlighting this one, a Raspberry Pi-powered Glockenspiel machine!
On the engineering side of things we’ve also been very busy over the past year, and not to be outdone by the education team, we are ready to take the wraps off something special, this time aimed at business and industrial users
ElectronicsWeekly.com Raspberry Pi inspires inventors of the future ElectronicsWeekly.com The UK's engineers of the future visited the Science Museum in London yesterday to take part in the finals of the PA Raspberry Pi Competition.
iPhone: If you're looking for a lightweight and simple way to monitor your Raspberry Pi, Command Pi is a utility that allows you to monitor your Pi's memory usage, temperature, and more right from your iPhone.
SoundsCape is a new audio add-on board for the BeagleBone and BB Black TweakTown Many of you reading this will know my fondness for the popular BeagleBone Black development board, and how much I love new accessories for it.
This Arduino-powered vocal effects box pitch shifts and distorts incoming audio signals to produce a wide variety of vocal effects. This project is my first experiment with real-time digital signal processing using Arduino.
ArdaSol is the name of a project for a solar energy monitoring system based on Arduino Mega and UNO, made by Heinz Pieren. It’s a system built to monitor energy production and consumption of a domestic photovoltaic plant: The ArdaSol Energy...
When Should We Go Open Source? EE Times Open source software/hardware learning and development projects like Arduino, BeagleBone, and Raspberry Pi have opened up resources for the masses that were previously cost prohibitive.
The NeoPixel-thermo-hygrometer is ready! Cornelius was milled with a beautiful body, the front panel is made ofTrueLED Plexiglas (black). The thermo-hygrometer shows on the right scale, the temperature of 10-40 ° C and on the left the relative humidity from 0-100%.
Develop and validate your own embedded audio/video applications rapidly with Beagleboard; Create embedded Linux applications on a pure Windows PC; Full of illustrations, diagrams, and tips for rapid Beagleboard ...
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