I keep seeing potential robot platforms that look like they could carry my Pixy (machine vision sensor) and that I could control with my Arduino, but then I read the reviews... (RT @ChiefRobot: What's the best robot platform for an Arduino?
Wired 2013: Eben Upton on where we'd be without Rasberry Pi Wired.co.uk Lamenting the poor quality of British computer scientists, Eben Upton decided to create a computer that would get a generation of children excited about computing, just as the...
One nice thing to have in any home automation or alarm system is a camera to see what’s going on remotely. Of course, such solutions already exists, and you even have WiFi cameras that you can buy for under $50.
Yep - One of those! This Instructable extends my Arduino Ethernet controller to control a set of up to 6 relays, but that's not the neat bit. The neat bit is that there is a web based state machine in the AtMega chip so that the relays will operate in whatever sequence with whatever timing you want - all by themselves.
Dive Into JeeNodes (DIJN) is a twelve-part series, describing how to turn one or more remote JeeNodes, a central JeeLink, and a Raspberry Pi into a complete home monitoring setup. Well, ok, not quite: only a first remote ...
Luckily, it's fully compatible in both hardware and software, so the GravityPlug implementation in JeeLib will continue to work just fine with either one. But the new chip does have more features: you can override its calibration ...
If you want to build one yourself, you'll need basic Linux command line skills. In the instructions, commands you type on the Raspberry Pi look like the block below. Lines starting with $ are things you type (you do not actually type the $) and other lines are responses from the computer.
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