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Code and Life – Using WinAVR and Command Line for AVR Development

Code and Life – Using WinAVR and Command Line for AVR Development | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

...Then, comment by comment, I finally realized that not everyone started coding in the nineties where you launched Windows 3.11 mostly to play Solitaire, and biggest thing in coding productivity was 80×50 text mode which allowed you to have 16-color hacking bliss in your Borland Turbo C++ 3.0 IDE...

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Android and Linux Nanosats Shine Bright in Open Source Space Race | Linux.com

Android and Linux Nanosats Shine Bright in Open Source Space Race | Linux.com | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
A growing number of organizations are developing tiny, low-cost nanosatellites built with Linux, Android, and Arduino gear. And many are using open source designs.
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Turn your Raspberry Pi into a full featured XBMC Media Center in an hour or less :: TweakTown

Turn your Raspberry Pi into a full featured XBMC Media Center in an hour or less :: TweakTown | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
In this guide we show you how to turn the Raspberry Pi into a micro media center that will play your whole medial library for under $45 shipped to your door.
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Spark Core: Wi-Fi for Everything (Arduino Compatible)

A tiny Wi-Fi development board. Arduino + Wi-Fi + ARM Cortex M3 + wireless programming + REST API = awesome.
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Another wildly popular Kickstarter project.

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Accelerometer powered LED dress

Accelerometer powered LED dress | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Let's be honest for a moment, doesn't everyone want a dress that lights up at your very whim? No? Alright, well I do. It's pretty straightforward, tho...
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How to make a metronome with arduino

In this video, I explain how to make a metronome using arduino, two resistors and two LED's. It's not only very simple, but also really useful! (RT @WillemSerruys: Check out my new video about making a metronome with arduino, it's awesome!
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Kuya Marc's Linux Life: Arduino Mega 2560: Wiznet Ethernet Shield Project - element14

Kuya Marc's Linux Life: Arduino Mega 2560: Wiznet Ethernet Shield Project - element14 | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Back to The Basics!Now that my Raspberry Pi has taken on my computer security projects from my Seeeduino 328, my Wiznet Ethernet Shield is now available for new Arduino-related projects, (RT @element14: Arduino Mega 2560: Wiznet Ethernet Shield Project...
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Kegerface – for all your beer stocking needs | Raspberry Pi

Kegerface – for all your beer stocking needs | Raspberry Pi | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
The whole thing runs off a Raspberry Pi that's attached to the back of the display. All the information you need is here: the type of beer, the ABV, the hoppiness (scored out of three – that's what the green glyphs represent), the ...
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HOWTO: Configure Your Raspberry Pi With VNC Without Ever Connecting It To A Keyboard & Monitor · Col's Tech

HOWTO: Configure Your Raspberry Pi With VNC Without Ever Connecting It To A Keyboard & Monitor · Col's Tech | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
So your Raspberry Pi has just arrived in the post and you're anxious to get playing, but alas, you don't have a spare keyboard, mouse and monitor at hand or you can't use any of the monitors and TV… (HOWTO: Configure Your Raspberry Pi With VNC Without...
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Mental Masala: Using an Arduino-based system in kitchen projects

Mental Masala: Using an Arduino-based system in kitchen projects | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

A few of my kitchen projects require temperature monitoring — the heating and cooling cycles of yogurt making, making Japanese stock (boiling supposedly makes the stock bitter), and tempering chocolate, to name three

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Water-cooled Raspberry Pi computer completed

Water-cooled Raspberry Pi computer completed | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

The Raspberry Pi barely generates any heat, never mind enough to warrant water cooling. However, overkill is something many PC enthusiasts and modders take in their strides and often apply in generous measures.

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Not sure what the point is, but it looks cool.

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Mental Masala: Using Arduino in Bread Making at Home

Mental Masala: Using Arduino in Bread Making at Home | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

One day, I realized that my Arduino Uno microcontroller could help solve this problem.  I had earlier configured it tomeasure milk temperature during yogurt making, and realized that would be a short leap to use it to control the air temperature inside a container, thereby creating a stable and warm location for dough fermentation and proofing (a "proofing box").

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How to Make LEDs Flash to Music with an Arduino

How to Make LEDs Flash to Music with an Arduino | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
This is a guide to make an LED flashing circuit that beats to an mp3 file on your computer, which can add an awesome effect to any sound-related dev...
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Java, Equinox and EclipseRT on the Raspberry Pi « EclipseSource Blog

Java, Equinox and EclipseRT on the Raspberry Pi « EclipseSource Blog | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
"Java, Equinox and EclipseRT on the Raspberry Pi « EclipseSource Blog" ( http://t.co/awzToQODg3 )
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Countly, Raspberry Pi, and Servos, Oh My! - Paul Brown

Countly, Raspberry Pi, and Servos, Oh My! - Paul Brown | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
TL;DR - I got a Raspberry Pi to do cool things when people use my iOS app. Watch the video below. I can’t even remember where I heard about … (I blogged about integrating my Raspberry Pi with Countly’s mobile app analytics.
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RaspberryPi motion detector with remote alert using Realtime and Python

RaspberryPi motion detector with remote alert using Realtime and Python | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
A few months ago I decided to finally buy me a Raspberry Pi. I loved the concept of having a small piece of hardware that, although obviously limited by its size, it’s still a computer, with its own...
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Your own cloud server with Owncloud on the Raspberry Pi

Your own cloud server with Owncloud on the Raspberry Pi | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
The management, synchronization, and sharing of files, calendar information, address book data, music, and photos is widely used nowadays. It is offered by many (often freely available) cloud-based...
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Netduino vs Arduino

Netduino vs Arduino | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
  VS  The Netduino and Arduino are inexpensive (about $30-$35) small single-board computers that have allowed lots of regular people to create devices containing an embedded computer.  If you've ne...
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Netduino Day 7 – RGB LED color formation using Pulse Width Modulation :Embedded Lab

Netduino Day 7 – RGB LED color formation using Pulse Width Modulation :Embedded Lab | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) is a digital method of delivering a varying amount of power to a load, and hence can be used to control the brightness of an LED or speed of a DC motor. Controlling the power, we will make this tutorial colorful using a Red Green Blue (RGB) LED.

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Computer Laboratory – Raspberry Pi: Baking Pi – Operating Systems Development

Computer Laboratory – Raspberry Pi: Baking Pi – Operating Systems Development | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

This website is here to guide you through the process of developing very basic operating systems on the Raspberry Pi! This website is aimed at people aged 16 and upwards, although younger readers may still find some of it accessible, particularly with assistance. More lessons may be added to this course in time.

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A really fun, somewhat advanced course for Raspberry Pi.  Use assembly language to write a very simple "operating system".  For those interested in getting down to the bare metal, this course is for you.

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Introducing Young Makers to Arduino

Introducing Young Makers to Arduino | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
St. Louis hackerspace The Disruption Department's Student Fellowship Program takes the kids to a new spot each month and they learn something about mechanical, electrical, or computer engineering. ...
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So You Have a Raspberry Pi... Now What?

One of the most frequent questions I get is "What do I do with my Raspberry Pi?" Here are a few possible answers.
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» What if I mix 3.3/5.0V – part 2 JeeLabs

» What if I mix 3.3/5.0V – part 2 JeeLabs | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

Yesterday’s post was about mixing 3.3V logic levels with 5V logic levels.

The real trouble, apart from things not working, is damaging some component, of course. And in electronics, almost all damage comes from overheating. At some point (well over 100 °C, usually), chips really do get “fried” and irrevocably damaged occasionally.

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Arduino RFID Lock

Arduino RFID Lock | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

The Arduino RFID lock is a lock that can be opened easily, but is secure. The lock works with a server database that can register card codes. On the door there is a RFID reader connected to the lock. If the RFID reader reads a registered card the door will open. One of the pictures gives a  schematic overview of the functionality of the Arduino RFID lock. 

In this instructable there will be explained how to setup a database, how to connect the RFID reader and how to set up  the Arduino controlled lock.

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i/o blog: Solar powered, Wireless autonomous radiation sensor network node

i/o blog: Solar powered, Wireless autonomous radiation sensor network node | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

This project can be particularly interesting for those who, like me, want to keep track of the relative radiation rates for some reason. (This is not a radiation dosimeter, hence the 'relative count rate')

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Author importantly notes that this device merely tracks *relative* radiation rates.

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