[Babak] created an in-depth tutorial on how he got his BeagleBone Black to control a servo from a web browser. [Babak] configured a pin on his BeagleBone Black (BBB) as a PWM line and connected it to the control line on a ...
Lucky for us all, London Hackspace member Tom created the Dirty Dish Detector to help keep the hackspace sink clean. The system alerts users when a dish has been left in the sink for too long, ensuring you’ll get all of those dishes cleaned up before napping ensues. The Dirty Dish Detector uses a webcam above the sink, hooked to a BeagleBone open-source computer, based on TI’s Sitara AM335x processor.
Raspberry Pi: Fun with a serious purpose ZDNet As I was reconnecting the Raspberry Pi to our TV set yesterday evening (it bounces back and forth between connection on my desk and to the TV), I realised that I haven't had this much plain old fun...
One of the most popular and useful projects with Raspberry Pi (RPi) board is turning RPi into a media center box. All you need to do is to download a media center image for RPi, and write it to your SD card. There are plenty of media center distributions for Raspberry Pi, such as OpenELEC, …Continue reading...
Versus a “bare” target board (with just the chip and power), there are four things that you would normally add, in order to use the FTDI interface to upload a sketch from within the Arduino environment: 1.
In this ForceTronics' inaugural project we will be building a wireless temperature sensor network that will include features such as battery powered sensors and the ability to access the temperature data over the internet via a computer or an iOS device such as an iPhone.
The two main building blocks we will be using for this project are an Arduino Board (first the Uno and then later the Yun to add internet capability) and XBee Wireless RF Modules
Ladyada and pt had an old NeXT keyboard with a strong desire to get it running on a modern computer. These keyboards are durable, super clicky, and very satisfying to use! However, they are very old designs, specifically made for NeXT hardware, pre-ADB and pre-USB! That means you can’t just plug the keyboard into an ADB or PS/2 port or PS/2 to USB converter (even though it looks similar). In fact, I have no idea what the protocol or pinout is named, so we’ll just call it “non-ADB NeXT Keyboard”
This is a port of the py-gaugette SSD1306 SPI support libraries running on a BeagleBone Black. py-gaugette was originally written for the Raspberry Pi. The OLED is an Adafruit 128×64 monochrome display.
One of the challenges of 8-pins attiny85 is that we do not have Serial Monitor debugging after flashing the hex into the IC. As per my previous blog, without debugging output, we cannot be sure what is happening when the attiny is up and running.
Technabob (blog) 3D Printed Raspberry Pi Raspberry Case: Fruit of the Loom Technabob (blog) Before you grab your 3D printer, just know that you'll have to do more than print the case and stuff a Raspberry Pi inside.
East London Advertiser Rasberry Pi is the perfect recipe for Whitechapel techies East London Advertiser The Raspberry Pi project was launched at the Whitechapel Centre last week by Tower Hamlets Council with the Chartered Institute of IT, to...
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