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Raspberry Pi projects: make your doorbell ring your smartphone - Expert Reviews

Raspberry Pi projects: make your doorbell ring your smartphone - Expert Reviews | Low Power Technology | Scoop.it
“Raspberry Pi projects: make your doorbell ring your smartphone Expert Reviews To connect your doorbell to your network (and the internet beyond), you'll need a Raspberry Pi and a Class 4 (or faster) 4GB SD card with the latest version of Raspbian...”
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Tontec® 3.5 Inches Raspberry Pi Touch Screen Display Monitor 480x320 LCD Touchscreen Kit with Transparent Case and Heatsinks | AnjumsList

Tontec® 3.5 Inches Raspberry Pi Touch Screen Display Monitor 480x320 LCD Touchscreen Kit with Transparent Case and Heatsinks | AnjumsList | Low Power Technology | Scoop.it
“Tontec® 3.5 Inches Raspberry Pi Touch Screen Display Monitor 480x320 LCD Touchscreen Kit with Transparent Case and Heatsinks Display Size: 3.5 inchResolution: 480*320, 65K color, 16bitInterface: SIP16, 8-pin 2.54mm single rowTransmits data through...”
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Robotics eMagazine - A BeagleBone Black Resource

Robotics eMagazine - A BeagleBone Black Resource | Low Power Technology | Scoop.it
“The BeagleBone Black is the latest low cost single-board computer in the BeagleBoard family. (A BeagleBone Black Resource - The BeagleBone Black is the latest low cost single-board computer in the BeagleBoard...”
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Power-harvesting device converts microwave signals into electricity

Power-harvesting device converts microwave signals into electricity | Low Power Technology | Scoop.it
“ Researchers have developed a device that can be tuned to capture microwave energy from various sources, including satellite, sound or Wi-Fi signals. The res...”
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World's Smallest Drone Autopilot System Goes Open Source

World's Smallest Drone Autopilot System Goes Open Source | Low Power Technology | Scoop.it
“ The Lisa/S chip is 4 square centimeters -- about the same size as a Euro coin. But packed into this 1.9 gram chip is everything you need to autopilot an aerial drone.” It’s the world’s smallest drone autopilot system — over 30 grams lighter than its predecessor — according to the chip’s designers at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. And best of all, both the hardware and the software is open source, meaning anyone can copy and use it — for free. “The main reason we chose open source is that we want to make it available for society,” says the project’s leader, Bart Remes. He envisions open source drone technology enabling a wider range of civilian drone applications, from agriculture to search and rescue.
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Build A Cheap Home Automation System In 10 Minutes With Ninja Blocks -

Build A Cheap Home Automation System In 10 Minutes With Ninja Blocks - | Low Power Technology | Scoop.it
“ Build A Cheap Home Automation System In 10 Minutes With Ninja Blocks Lifehacker Australia You can even add to it with your own Arduino, Raspberry Pi or BeagleBone projects. You can also set up a series of rules that takes action at certain times.”
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Home Automation for the slightly geeky DIY. Looks like a lot of fun to be had for a very low cost, ( dollar wise, time cost not so)
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Running PicoScope 6 on the BeagleBone Black » DesignSpark

Running PicoScope 6 on the BeagleBone Black » DesignSpark | Low Power Technology | Scoop.it
“IntroductionThe ARM processor is ubiquitous, with its instruction set architecture being the most widely used globally by quantity.”
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Fully Automatic Wireless Hacking Station With Raspberry Pi

Fully Automatic Wireless Hacking Station With Raspberry Pi | Low Power Technology | Scoop.it
“All-in-one standalone mobile wireless attack station using Raspberry Pi that can perform Man-In-The-Middle type attacks on clients automatically and without any internet access or other external co...”
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Raspberry Pi Xmas Pi Lets You Control Your Tree Decorations From A Browser

Raspberry Pi Xmas Pi Lets You Control Your Tree Decorations From A Browser | Low Power Technology | Scoop.it
“ Geeky gadgets Raspberry Pi Xmas Pi Lets You Control Your Tree Decorations From A Browser Geeky gadgets As the holiday season approaches fast you might be interested in this neat tree decoration control you can build using a Raspberry Pi, a little...”
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Xmas Pi anyone. Wish I had the time to dedicate to a simple task like this for Xmas
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Primer Tutorials for Arduino IR Remote Cloning and Keyboard Simulation

Primer Tutorials for Arduino IR Remote Cloning and Keyboard Simulation | Low Power Technology | Scoop.it
“ We’ve featured loads of IR Arduino projects and they are all exciting and unique. The projects spring from a specific need or problem where a custom infrared remote control is the solution.”
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Almost Anything Can Be A Touch Input with The Touch Board and Electric Paint

Almost Anything Can Be A Touch Input with The Touch Board and Electric Paint | Low Power Technology | Scoop.it
“ Bare Conductive, a British startup, has designed an Arduino Leonardo compatible board with 12 capacitive touch sensors called the Touch Board. You can basically use any conductive material as a touch...”
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What great fun for mocking up a product with user interactions
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All things Raspberry Pi

All things Raspberry Pi | Low Power Technology | Scoop.it
“ By Omar Siliceo | Omar Siliceo created a magazine on Flipboard. "All things Raspberry Pi " is available with thousands of other magazines and all the news you care about. Download Flipboard for free and search for "Omar Siliceo".”
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