The DIY WiFi Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Camera ElectronicsWeekly.com How neat is this? An interactive, Net-connected camera based on the Raspberry Pi, by courtesy of an additional touchscreen and a camera board.
This is a work-in-progress from Ludwig Boltzmann. And we love it. Ludwig says he will upload his code to Github when he’s satisfied it’s properly polished, but we liked what we saw in this video at this unfinished stage so much that we wanted to show it to you now.
HARMAN's new scalable infotainment platform. Or how to have your Raspberry ... TechnologyTell HARMAN's new scalable infotainment platform. Or how to have your Raspberry Pi and eat it too! by Brett Solomon on March 28, 2014 at 8:47 am.
I am an artist, and I work a lot with e-waste. This project includes a proximity sensor created with conductive paint and Arduino. When a viewer gets close it triggers lights and and turns the old PC fan on.
Own a Raspberry Pi computer?You'll be surprised to learn that not only is it a great little device that you can use to build a home theatre with, it can also perform other remarkably useful tasks as diverse as personal cloud storage, home automation...
I wanted to learn how to use SPI on the Beaglebone Black (BBB) and I found a well done post that Ben Martin did to get me started. As a novice linux user, there were a number of hurdles I had to overcome to get everything working:
Arduino TRE, the first Arduino board manufactured in the U.S.
Thanks to the 1-GHz Sitara AM335x processor, Arduino developers get up to 100 times more performance with the Sitara-processor-based TRE than they do on the Arduino Leonardo or Uno. This performance opens the doors to more advanced Linux-powered applications.
This project allows you to open a solenoid lock from a PhoneGap app using the Bluetooth Serial Plugin and the new Adafruit Bluetooth LE break-out board for the Nordic Semiconductor nRF8001 chip.Read more on MAKE...
Dodgey99 built an Arduino-powered Etch-a-Sketch clock, in which a pair of stepper motors painstakingly draw out the current time. It's got a very low refresh rate, though: the limits of the motors and the Etch-a-Sketch means that it takes more than a minute to display the time, and it needs a couple of minutes' rest between each number. There's a plan to accelerate things with some beefier motors.
The office conversation this lunchtime went a bit like this:
Me: “Two beer posts in a week is too much, isn’t it.” Ben: “Maybe.” Me: “OK. Damn shame: I’ve been sent a greatautomated brewing project; it’s way more complicated than the ones I’ve seen before. I’ll maybe put it up next week, after the new website goes live.” James: “Can you send it to me now please? I’d love to read that. I want to update my system at home.” Gordon: “Me too, please.” Laura: “Can I see it?” Clive: “That sounds brilliant.” Eben: “Mmm. Beer.” Lance: “Did someone say beer?” Emma: “Do you have a link I can see?” Me: “OK. I’ll POST ABOUT IT TODAY.”
Two new videos about Raspberry Pi GPIO with Java are now available. This hands-on training is part of the IoT Developer Challenge and will help you to create a winning project to submit. This is a great opportunity to win a trip to JavaOne 2014! Submissions are accepted until May 30, 2014
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