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Linux robot teaches coding, shoots lasers

Linux robot teaches coding, shoots lasers | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Makeblock’s “Codeybot” is a dancing, singing, laser-shooting robot that runs OpenWrt Linux, and teaches kids how to program using mBlockly.
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Getting Started With VR: The Best Software Tools Are Free | Make:

Getting Started With VR: The Best Software Tools Are Free | Make: | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Getting started with VR doesn't have to cost anything. Some of the best software possible is absolutely free.
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Limitless Linux projects await with VoCore’s Mini Linux Computer

Limitless Linux projects await with VoCore’s Mini Linux Computer | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Robotics fans and tinkerers are excited about the VoCore Mini Linux Computer, a versatile board that could be seen as a cousin to the Raspberry Pi.
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10 Hardware Startups That Raised Big Money on Kickstarter - Hackster.io's blog

10 Hardware Startups That Raised Big Money on Kickstarter - Hackster.io's blog | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
This week's guest post is from John Teel – an electronics design engineer, serial entrepreneur, and founder of Predictable Designs. He has develope
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Use the Force... Or your Brainwaves? (multifuctional thought controlled system) - All

Use the Force... Or your Brainwaves? (multifuctional thought controlled system) - All | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
As a kid I always wanted to have a special ability, like moving objects with thoughts or flying. I tried to move objects with “the power of my mind” of course with no success. Well, yes, I was and I am a huge Star Wars fan, but I also like electronics and programming, so why not combine these two things to build an incredible project?You can find all parts, codes and libraries with links at the Hardware and Software section.The main concept is that using different brainwaves the user will be able to control a robot, the cursor on his PC or turn on/off lights in his home, while a microcontroller (Particle Photon) creates an online analyzing about the user’s brainwaves. This is a perfect method to detect diseases or stress and sleepy statement. This also can be used to help people live better their life, learn to control thei
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Seeed Recipe - Gesture-Controlled Arduino Game: Pac Man

Seeed Recipe - Gesture-Controlled Arduino Game: Pac Man | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Pac-man Pac-man Pac-man! Hahaa! If any of you knows what I am talking about, then you must be old enough to know such an old-fashion arcade game, just like me XD (NO OFFENSE). In fact, I started to play those classic Japanese game since I was a little boy, and right now I still feel interesting about it. Figured that's why I came up with this idea after I spent an afternoon sitting around and then saw my unfinished pizza on the table, that's how them came up with Pac-man as well isn't it ? BTW since I learned about many smart easy-to-use hardware pieces at SeeedStudio, I was wondering if I can combine games and some of these hardware modules to make it more fun to play, so this Pac-man might be good start.
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Open source Micro:bit SBC aims to get UK kids coding

Open source Micro:bit SBC aims to get UK kids coding | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
The BBC has begun shipping its open source "Micro:bit" -- a microcontroller based IoT hacker board for UK schoolkids running ARM Mbed.
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Apollo - Arduino compatible trainer board.

Ascension Engineering is raising funds for Apollo - Arduino compatible trainer board. on Kickstarter!

The Apollo is a flexible and fun Arduino-compatible trainer board designed to make electronics easy and useful.
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Using FreeRTOS Semaphores in Arduino IDE

Using FreeRTOS Semaphores in Arduino IDE | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
FreeRTOS, simple, easy, robust, and optimised for Arduino IDE. Using FreeRTOS Semaphores to share and protect physical resources. Find this and other hardware articles on Hackster.io.
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9 Robot Arms You'll Want to High-Five

9 Robot Arms You'll Want to High-Five | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
From painting, to tightening screws, to simple assembly, a homemade robot arm can function as a helping hand or a demonstration of your enviable robotic skills.Check out these amazing builds and get inspired to create your own robot arm that will crush its competition! (Or maybe just your cans, for the recycling bin.)
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Meet the New NINA-B1 from u-Blox

Meet the New NINA-B1 from u-Blox | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
The NINA-B1 Bluetooth module offers new possibilities in the world of IoT
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Xenomai-enabled BeagleBone audio cape offers 1ms latency

Xenomai-enabled BeagleBone audio cape offers 1ms latency | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
A Kickstarter funded “Bela” cape for the BeagleBone Black uses Xenomai Linux real-time extensions to provide analog and digital audio I/O with 1ms latency.
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marxy's musing on technology: PlatformIO, the Arduino IDE for programmers

marxy's musing on technology: PlatformIO, the Arduino IDE for programmers | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
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How to Connect Your T-Shirt to Slack Using Arduino — Medium

How to Connect Your T-Shirt to Slack Using Arduino — Medium | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Last week I was invited to the AWS Popup Loft in Tel-Aviv to give a talk about creating Slack bots and integrations. I wanted to see if I…
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Brixo - Building Blocks Meet Electricity and IoT

Boaz Almog is raising funds for Brixo - Building Blocks Meet Electricity and IoT on Kickstarter!

Brixo building blocks bring your designs to life with electronic sensors, motors and connected apps.
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UltiFaker²Go 3D Printer

UltiFaker²Go 3D Printer | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
I set out to make a 3D printer about 3 months ago. I had been eyeballing designs like the Prusa i3 or a delta style printer but I wanted something a little bit more sturdy, less "hack job" looking, and a printer challenging enough to make it interesting. I decided to go with a "clone" of the Ultimaker²Go mostly because it's small enough that the side panels could be machined in my CNC router.I also didn't want to do a direct clone. The Ultimaker²Go sells for a whopping $1600 and I wanted to keep the price around $500-$600. I decided to heavily tweak the design and components in order to drop that cost. This build requires that you have some sort of CNC router capability unfortunately unless you want to use 6mm birch plywood as the paneling (totally doable) and drill and cut the panels by hand.
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IoT Security: Tips to Protect your Device from Bad Hackers

IoT Security: Tips to Protect your Device from Bad Hackers | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Making stuffs is cool, making secured stuffs is better!
We discuss how to secure your Raspberry Pis using Firewall, IDS, and SSL/TLS . Find this and other hardware articles on Hackster.io.
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Quad-core $11 hacker SBC runs Linux on Allwinner H3

Quad-core $11 hacker SBC runs Linux on Allwinner H3 | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
FriendlyARM’s “NanoPi M1” SBC runs Linux on a quad-core, Cortex-A7 Allwinner H3, and offers HDMI, four USB ports, a microSD slot, and 40-pin Pi expansion.
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KiwiSDR: BeagleBone Software-defined Radio (SDR) with GPS

Valent F(x) is raising funds for KiwiSDR: BeagleBone Software-defined Radio (SDR) with GPS on Kickstarter!

Turn your BeagleBone Black into a wide-band (0-30 MHz) SDR with a multi-user web interface. Includes a software-defined GPS receiver.
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OpenTrashCan: A Smart Internet Connected Trash Can That Talks

OpenTrashCan: A Smart Internet Connected Trash Can That Talks | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
OpenTrashCan connects to your wifi network and sends you an email when its full, talks to you, and can even be controlled from the OpenTrashCan App for Android phones. See it in action here: Want to buy one? Sign up for the preorder list here: OpenTrashCanThis project started out serious, then I kept thinking of funny things I wanted to make it do. The only way I could think to present it was a corny infomercial style video. Open Trash Can uses the Arduino Leonardo micro-controller. The trash can uses one range sensor in the front that opens the lid when it detects motion. There is a second range sensor in the back that detects the fill level of the trash can. Speech is played using an mp3 shield, through computer speakers. Emails are sent using a wifi shield shied and Temboo. You need: A cheap trash can (this on
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Gesture Based TV Remote Control

Gesture Based TV Remote Control | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Seeing my children mastering swiping, touching and tapping on the tablet, gave me the idea of making a gesture based TV remote control. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Directional Motion-Detecting USB Web Cam Using a FRDM-K82F

Directional Motion-Detecting USB Web Cam Using a FRDM-K82F | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Use simple image processing and an image sensor to detect whether a person enters or leaves a room. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Chariot is the ultimate web-of-things solution for Arduino

Chariot is the ultimate web-of-things solution for Arduino | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Chariot Arduino Web of Things Shield Powered by Atmel
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Beefed up BeagleBone Black clone launches on Indiegogo

Beefed up BeagleBone Black clone launches on Indiegogo | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
SanCloud launched its 52 to $69 BeagleBone Enhanced clone, doubling RAM, moving to GbE, and adding a USB port plus optional sensors and WiFi.
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