May 13, 2014 AT 1:00 am. Gorgeous DIY Philips-Hue-Style LED lights with Node.js and Beaglebone #beagleboneblack @TXInstruments @beagleboardorg. Ben Radler posted up this great project on his site. BACKSTORY.
Raspberry Pi Camera Captures Images As GIFs PSFK OTTO is the first commercial product to use the Raspberry Pi's new compute mode, which contains the BCM2835 processor, 512Mbyte of RAM, and a 4Gbyte eMMC Flash device all featured in the original...
Realizing this, [Josh] wrote a simple demo program to drive over 1000 NeoPixels – an 11 meter long strip – using 1K of RAM on an Arduino. The trick comes by simply delaying the bitbanging a set number of cycles.
I like C#, and to get started today I just had to have a quick IM with the C# expert on the Team Jerry Nixon. To get some luck I guess. My goal this week is the connect my Netduino to Azure and use one of the cheapie sensors ...
After deciding to switch over the the BeagleBone Black, we have been reconsidering using an Arduino to measure environmental variables. Using the numerous I/O pins on the BBB is not only easier, but more efficient in size ...
... Operating Systems class at Syracuse. Here is his full lecture in which he speaks about the Android kernel boot process, Android's Binder IPC and recent port of Android to the BeagleBone Black embedded ARM platform.
The PiTap is a device I put together with the intention of being a pentesting tool, but it has also found utility in facilitating data collection as part of my Industrial Control System (ICS) security research. I need to do a lot of packet captures; often at multiple points within a network. This can be quite a time consuming process to set up and configure, so I set out to put together what I like to call a “plug-and-capture” device.
I am writing this post on a Raspberry Pi Treehugger In an earlier post on low power computing, there was a long debate in comments about whether you could actually work on computers like the Raspberry Pi or a phone.
Keeping track of things like the temperature, humidity, and smoke level in your house is important. If you want to make your own system for doing so, Instructables user ICStation shows off how to use an Arduino to do it.
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