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MicroPython to Python via SigFox and Azure IoT Hub

MicroPython to Python via SigFox and Azure IoT Hub | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
This is to show how to get messages from a SiPy to your computer via SigFox and Azure IoT Hub. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Hand Crank Flashlight: 29 Steps

Hand Crank Flashlight: 29 Steps | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
This hand crank flashlight charges a supercapacitor to power an LED when you turn the crank. In fact, the hand crank system provides enough power that you can also power the LED directly if the capacitor has run out of charge. This flashlight uses no batteries and converts your own energy into light. It could hypothetically run for decades and is great in an emergency situation. To learn more about the diodes used in this project, check out the Electronics Class.
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Intel's "Euclid" robotics compute module on sale for $399

Intel's "Euclid" robotics compute module on sale for $399 | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Intel has launched its “Euclid” robotics compute module, which runs Ubuntu on an Atom x7-Z8700, and offers a RealSense 3D cam, WiFi, and sensors.
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Diffused LED Strip Sign With Arduino/Bluetooth: 8 Steps (with Pictures)

Diffused LED Strip Sign With Arduino/Bluetooth: 8 Steps (with Pictures) | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
I created this sign for the DJ booth at the 8th annual Interactive Show at my local hackerspace, NYC Resistor. The theme this year was The Running Man, the chintzy 1987 sci-fi movie, which takes place in the year 2017. The sign is built from foamcore board and the pixel strip inside is diffused with plain printer paper. The sign's colors and animations can be controlled with a phone/tablet app over bluetooth.This Instructable details the construction, programming, and use of this simple sign using Arduino and the Adafruit Feather Bluefruit 32u4 microcontroller and its companion Bluefruit LE Connect app for iOS/Android. You could easily scale back the wireless control aspect and use an Arduino Uno and a physical switch to change the animation, as in my free introductory Arduino Class, or control the sign from the internet by switching the microcontroller for a wifi board like the Feather Huzzah ESP8266
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BitBotPathFollow

BitBotPathFollow | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Use micro Python on micro:bit to program your bit:bot robot to retrace a path. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Pi Camera Doorbell with Notifications!

Pi Camera Doorbell with Notifications! | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Use the cheap and cheerful Pi Zero W, a camera and an RF doorbell to see who's at your door!. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Google Home - Control DIY Devices

Google Home - Control DIY Devices | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
This project show how to control multiple IoT devices using Google Home. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Strato Pi CAN: An Extension Board for the Raspberry Pi With CAN Bus Support

Strato Pi CAN: An Extension Board for the Raspberry Pi With CAN Bus Support | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Since its introduction, Strato Pi has become increasingly popular for the development of professional Raspberry Pi applications. The availability of a galvanically isolated RS-485 port, supporting…
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ESP-8266 Live Instructable View Counter: 11 Steps (with Pictures)

ESP-8266 Live Instructable View Counter: 11 Steps (with Pictures) | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
If you have ever created an Instructable, you will no doubt be familiar with the satisfaction of watching the amount of views on your instructable increase over time. What is even more satisfying, however, is to create a device that displays how many views you have on a 7 segment display, in real time.Making such a device is surprisingly simple as only a few components are required. In particular, an ESP-8266 board is used which connects to the internet and processes the data itself, meaning a web server or computer is not required to retrieve the data. Even better, the project can be built for around £20 or ($25).So, let's build!
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Build IoT Device to Control Appliances and Monitor Weather

Build IoT Device to Control Appliances and Monitor Weather | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
This IoT-based device is capable of controlling appliances and real-time weather monitoring. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Open source, $125 NAS SBC has four SATA 3.0 ports

Open source, $125 NAS SBC has four SATA 3.0 ports | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
On Kickstarter, an open source 4-bay “Helios4” NAS SBC runs Armbian on a Marvell Armada 388 SoC and sells for $125, or $139 for the full case kit with fans.
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Telepresence Robot: Basic Platform (Part 1): 23 Steps (with Pictures)

Telepresence Robot: Basic Platform (Part 1): 23 Steps (with Pictures) | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
A telepresence robot is a type of robot that can be controlled remotely over the internet and function as a surrogate for someone somewhere else. For instance, if you are in New York, but want to physically interact with a team of people in California, you could call into a telepresence robot in California and have the robot be your stand-in.This is the first part of a seven-part instructables series. Over the next two instructables we will be building the basic electromechanical robot platform. This platform will later be enhanced with sensors and additional control electronics.This base is centered around a plastic box which both provides structure, and offers internal space for storing electronics. The design uses two center drive wheels attached to continuous servos which allow it to go forwards, backwards, and pivot in place. To keep it from tipping side-to-side, it incorporates two metal chair gliders. The whol
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Breadboard RetroPie: 32 Steps (with Pictures)

Breadboard RetroPie: 32 Steps (with Pictures) | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
This Instructables show how to build a Breadboard RetroPie, no soldering, no 3D printer, no Laser cutter required.Building a game machine is a very good project to initial child studying electronics. However, most RetroPie projects built by adult, the main reason is building it require too many advance skills at the same time, soldering, 3D printing, or Laser cutting, metal case patching...This project aims to make it simple, all things built on the breadboard, the first tools you should know while studying electronics.The most beauty thing using breadboard is most things can be reused. When you want to build the next project you can unplug and reuse the components and also reuse the breadboard itself!
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IoT Thermometer Using Python

IoT Thermometer Using Python | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
How to develop a simple, but powerful, IoT thermometer using a Zerynth-powered single-board MCU and the Zerynth App. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Arduino Cinque – The RISC-V, ESP32, WiFi, Bluetooth Arduino

Arduino Cinque – The RISC-V, ESP32, WiFi, Bluetooth Arduino | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
This weekend at the Bay Area Maker Faire, Arduino in conjunction with SiFive, a fabless provider of the Open Source RISC-V micros, introduced the Arduino Cinque. This is a board running one of th
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Open Source IoT Platform

Open Source IoT Platform | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Open-source, easy to build IoT dosimeter with sensors and internet connectivity to centralize data. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Wooden Digital Clock: 8 Steps (with Pictures)

Wooden Digital Clock: 8 Steps (with Pictures) | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Wooden Digital Clock with- Time, Temperature, Humidity, Alarm- WiFi controller through web browser- Advance display config- Stop alarm by vibration sensorsize : 64 x 64 x 79 mmi use PLA with wood veneer instead of full woodmy room's too small for put woodworking toolsIf want view detail all steps, you can watch video
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SMART HOME SECURITY SYSTEM

SMART HOME SECURITY SYSTEM | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Detects intrusion and notifies house owner. The owner remotely watches the house and if any theft is suspected will turn on the buzzer. . Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Handheld Infinity Kaleidoscope Group Kit

Use the orientation sensor in your Arduino 101 to control a cool Petri dish infinity-mirror illusion. This project is great for groups. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Make an Autonomous "Follow Me" Cooler

Make an Autonomous "Follow Me" Cooler | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
We use an Arduino to build an autonomous "follow me" cooler that connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth and uses GPS to navigate. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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ABC: Basic Connections - The Essential Book for Makers

PighiXXX is raising funds for ABC: Basic Connections - The Essential Book for Makers on Kickstarter!

A collection of neat circuit diagrams that shows you how to properly connect almost anything to your Arduino compatible board.
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FANtastic! Remote Fan Setup

FANtastic! Remote Fan Setup | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
A quick and easy way to control a fan with the touch of a button. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Blynk App with Linkit7688 Duo and Webcam

Blynk App with Linkit7688 Duo and Webcam | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
How to make a functional application with Blynk and the Linkit Smart 7688 Duo board, with utility for home automation. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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How to Build a Simple Sound Trigger for High-Speed Photos With Arduino

How to Build a Simple Sound Trigger for High-Speed Photos With Arduino | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Are you stressed? What better way to de-stress is there than to break things while making cool photographs at the same time? You can break anything, from s
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Multichannel Wireless Light Dimmer: 14 Steps (with Pictures)

Multichannel Wireless Light Dimmer: 14 Steps (with Pictures) | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Save Energy Beautifully !!By using a light dimmer in one’s living room, it’s possible to completely alter the mood and ambience of a room at the drop of a hat.The Internet of Things is set to disrupt the way we live and work. Smart homes filled with connected products are loaded with possibilities to make our lives easier, more convenient, and more comfortable. With Wi-Fi connectivity present in the dimming controller, the above benefits get reflected in this module. However, this actually carries with it a host of less obvious but equally favorable benefits such as reduced energy consumption and improved longevity - longer the bulbs are dimmed, lesser the energy they use and longer they last.This project aims to ● Control the intensity of the dimmable lighting appliances via a trailing edge dimmer.● Provide the user , ability to control lights independently and wirelessly over the Wi-Fi network an
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