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IT news, reviews and analysis for UK IT professionals

IT news, reviews and analysis for UK IT professionals | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
IT news and reviews for technology professionals covering all the latest products, events and new technologies inlcuding software and hardware reviews (Raspberry Pi set to begin shipping over weekend - http://t.co/QUs61r9E...
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A complete ARM GNU/Linux computer for $25.
(also covering Arduino and BeagleBone)
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Dear reader, | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it

The Raspberry Pi project website is http://www.raspberrypi.org/

This is one of my news digests. If you like my editorial choices, there are more to be found by clicking on the "dear reader" link, and on my name above.
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Looking forward to having a go at some of the projects on here

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Open Source Energy Monitoring Using Raspberry Pi

Open Source Energy Monitoring Using Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
via RaspberryPi.org Hi, I’m Glyn from OpenEnergyMonitor. The OpenEnergyMonitor project was founded out of a desire for open-source tools to help people understand and relate to their use of energy,…
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DIY Power Supply for 5V and 3.3V: 8 Steps (with Pictures)

DIY Power Supply for 5V and 3.3V: 8 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I'm currently migrating my old and hopefully interesting projects from my blog www.tiny-labs.com to instructables. I use this power supply regularly to power my embedded projects in the lab. It is very handy and tiny. I've used an USB port as power supply for my projects before. Some ICs need 3.3V instead of 5V as Vcc. Therefore I decided to build this small power supply. It uses a range of 7-14V (I use 7V for less power loss) as input voltage and supplies 5V and 3.3V with 1A each. Both supplies can be switched individually.I hope you can use this power supply for your projects. If you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to ask/post them in the comments or via PM. Enjoy :)Suggestions:I got two suggestion by gm280 and rafununu concerning the heat production. They suggest to mount heatsinks to the ICs. They are right, especially fo
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Internet Of Things - Community Get Together

Internet Of Things - Community Get Together | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
RT @PedroRosa: Want to know more about azure IoT Hub ??
Registrations are open..https://t.co/JOLz9Kw80h ..
#mainhub #mainlab #iot #iotsumm…
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How to Make a WiFi Controlled LightSaber (kid's Size): 9 Steps (with Pictures)

How to Make a WiFi Controlled LightSaber (kid's Size): 9 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This lightsaber runs a simple web server, so you can connect to it over WiFi and control the color (e.g. from a phone, smart watch, tablet, etc.)How many colors? Too many to count. It serves up a javascript colorpicker, so you can tap whatever color you want on your phone screen. How does it look? Very, very bright. It has 144 LEDs in a half-meter blade. It's much brighter than any toy lightsaber I've found. It's much brighter than the adult-sized FX series lightsabers I've seen. Very smooth. You can only see the individual LED dots near the tip, where the tube tapers. I want to try a tube that doesn't taper, but haven't had time.I plan to upload follow-on projects (someday): I made it work with a Pebble smart watch. I've added the turn-on & turn-off "whoosh" sounds. This version has no sound, but the hilt has cutouts fo
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Android Things A.I. Candy Dispenser: 5 Steps (with Pictures)

Android Things A.I. Candy Dispenser: 5 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
A Candy Dispenser running Android Things, that exchange photos for candies. It uses computer vision to classify the image.
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How to set up a DIY home security system

How to set up a DIY home security system | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
To keep an eye on your property, should you repurpose an old phone, buy a dedicated camera, or build your own system? Read through our guide to the best options.
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Arthritis Assisting Mouse : 6 Steps (with Pictures)

Arthritis Assisting Mouse : 6 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This project was one that was completed in May of 2017 in my school's research program. It uses motion capture of a hand (or an object) to move the mouse on a computer and even has the capabilities to click the mouse.Here is my abstract:For my research I am going to work on a touchpad mouse. I got inspiration from this idea when I walked into a store one time and I saw a laser keyboard. The concept was a tower that projects lasers in a keyboard pattern and can detect what you are typing. This was a very interesting concept to me and I wanted to expand upon it with a mouse. The goal here is not to save space, but instead to get farther in creating a bridge between humans and computers. I have done a lot of research with motion capture in arduino but nothing was reall
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DACBerry PRO - Professional Soundcard for Raspberry Pi

Oriol Sanchez is raising funds for DACBerry PRO - Professional Soundcard for Raspberry Pi on Kickstarter!

Introducing one of the most advanced soundcards for Raspberry Pi. A professional device that will bring you an incredible audio quality
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Arduino Udvikling - Elektronikudvikling - Electronics development

Arduino Udvikling - Elektronikudvikling - Electronics development | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Arduino Udvikling - Elektronikudvikling - Electronics development IHC elektronik udvikling maskinstyring,
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How to program your Raspberry Pi with Statechart Tools in 5 Minutes

How to program your Raspberry Pi with Statechart Tools in 5 Minutes | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In his blogpost René Beckmann tells you why your Raspberry Pi and YAKINDU Statechart Tools are the perfect match.
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Diy Bench Power Supply(single Channel): 5 Steps (with Pictures)

Diy Bench Power Supply(single Channel): 5 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Every Engineer needs at least one bench power supply in his house.I agree one can get the power supply directly from the store,but they are costly and some are ugly in terms of design too.We all need to make sure that the power supply represent that person who is using it whether it is a student or an engineer or an hobbyist , this is my personal thought. Lets make the Power supply case Creative with the features that of high end bench power supply and modularise so that in future we can modify it. This power Supply is a single channel power supply.Specifications Input: 220-240V AC Output: 1.3v to 19.2v 3Amps with three leds to indicate constant current,full charge indicator,charging indicator .Two binding post and One usb connector as O/p/!\ The SMPS that i am using provides 24v /10 Amps but 10 Amps is lot more and i d
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Switched LED Resistor Selector Array: 12 Steps (with Pictures)

Switched LED Resistor Selector Array: 12 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Same as my other resistor array breadboard but you don't move the LED around. Just push the buttons! Also useful for changing the resistance in various circuits.
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Explore the Hardware Development Potential of Arduino with This Powerful Microcontroller Board

Explore the Hardware Development Potential of Arduino with This Powerful Microcontroller Board | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
SainSmart UNO for Arduino: Explore the Hardware Development Potential of Arduino with This Powerful Microcontroller Board
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How to create an Internet-in-a-Box on a Raspberry Pi

How to create an Internet-in-a-Box on a Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Learn about this inexpensive device for students with restricted internet access and people in remote areas of the world not served by broadband.
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B101 HDMI to CSI-2 on Raspberry Pi

B101 HDMI to CSI-2 on Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hello, i need you help to give me the idea and information about my project. I not familiar with this device, B101 HDMI to csi-2 converter. Wha
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‘Solar Draw’ is a Sun-Focused Burning Drawbot, Powered by Adafruit Feather

‘Solar Draw’ is a Sun-Focused Burning Drawbot, Powered by Adafruit Feather | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Instructables user rabbitcreek’s Solar Draw uses the sun to burn drawings onto small pieces of wood. The primary circuit is an Adafruit Feather 32u4 basic proto and a DC Motor + Stepper Feath…
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Learn C Essentials - The MagPi Magazine

Learn C Essentials - The MagPi Magazine | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Learn to code with C, the world's most popular programming language, using your Raspberry Pi. Written by Raspberry Pi software engineer Simon Long
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Who's Barking? BBB Meets h-nanoGSM. [BeagleBone Black GSM How To] - RobotShop Blog

Who's Barking? BBB Meets h-nanoGSM. [BeagleBone Black GSM How To] - RobotShop Blog | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
How to setup BeagleBone Black with GSM/3G modems
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Zerynth Alternatives and Similar Software - AlternativeTo.net

Zerynth Alternatives and Similar Software - AlternativeTo.net | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Popular Alternatives to Zerynth for Windows, Mac, Linux, Web, Xcode and more. Explore 11 apps like Zerynth, all suggested and ranked by the AlternativeTo user community.
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How NiceBot is Taking on Twitter's Cyber Bullies | LBBOnline

How NiceBot is Taking on Twitter's Cyber Bullies | LBBOnline | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Little Black Book, How NiceBot is Taking on Twitter's Cyber Bullies. Deutsch and a little blue robot aim to share positive messages with every single Twitter user
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Build a super fast deep learning machine for under $1,000

Build a super fast deep learning machine for under $1,000 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
@tachyeonz : Register for the O'Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference, June 26-29 in New York City. Yes, you can run TensorFlow on a $39 Raspberry Pi, and yes, you can run TensorFlow on a GPU powered EC2 node for about $1 per hour. Read More Connect On: Twitter :@tachyeonz
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Arduino and Raspberry Pi working together. Part 2 (now with i2c)

Arduino and Raspberry Pi working together. Part 2 (now with i2c) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Arduino and Raspberry Pi working together. Part 2 (now with i2c)
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TurtleBot 3 a Open sourced ROS robot.

TurtleBot 3 a Open sourced ROS robot. | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
TurtleBot3 is a small, low cost, fully programmable, ROS­ based mobile robot. It is intended to be used for education, research, hobby an
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Automatic Bartender: 5 Steps (with Pictures)

Automatic Bartender: 5 Steps (with Pictures) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hello everyone,In these instructables, we are going to present you how to do an automatic bartender.The purpose is to be able to order cocktails thanks to an android application.You are going to need :- a raspberry pi 3 to do the acquisition of the orders and send the quantities to an Arudino- an Arduino to recieve the quantities from the raspberry pi 3 and then command the pumps- 5 pumps (peristaltic if you have a sufficient budget- 5 electrical relays - a breadboard- some electric cables- power supplies for the raspberry, the Arduino and the pumps- some wood- some pipes- some screws- five bottle of liquidWe hope that you are going to be able to do it yourself.The CoktailTeam.
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